Couples often get so busy they forget how to communicate. Look for these signs that your relationship is suffering from poor communication.
What are you doing tonight at 10PM ET? Hanging out with us, of course! Join @YourTango as we tweet with Natalie Clarice, the matchmaking star of Oxygen's 'Find Me My Man'. During the show's season finale tonight, Natalie will take over the @Oxygen handle and answer YourTango readers' question about breakups, makeups, and everything in between using the hashtag #FindMeMyMan.
How do you get rid of the creepy guy that you’re not interested in? You know, the guy that just makes you feel icky when you first meet him, but yet, for some reason or another, you gave your phone number to him hoping he would never call. But of course, he called—13 or 14 times. Kind of like what happened to Lisa: Hi David, I met a guy the other day. He was so cool…but I really didn’t feel anything for him. But for some reason I still gave him my phone number
Do you get too close and emotionally invested too quickly? Relationship expert Charles J. Orlando explains what you can do.
No matter where you are in life the prospect of dating can be filled with anxiety. If you haven't dated for any length of time it can seem even scarier. After the end of a long-term relationship, sometimes there can be a lot of pressure to go out and date and find that new "plus one." Before you rush out the door, take a moment to read through these tips. They should help you turn a scary experience into one that you can enjoy.
The downside of being a consumer advocate at times is usually parting with one's hard earned cash. In the business of love, your best bet is to only select products with a refund or money back guarantee. Unless of course you are ready to part with your hard earned money. Case in point: the results of my fact finding mission and personal indulgence in Kathryn Alice's "Love Will Find You" soulmate attraction method.
Have you been restaurant-hopping all the time trying to find that perfect date restaurant? You may not have actually figured out what exactly you wanted in a restaurant, but with this guide, all you need to do is just walk into a restaurant to know if it’s worth your date’s attention! Mood music in the restaurant?
To help you navigate even the most awkward moments, we've compiled our 40 best dating tips--some new, some old--given to us by experts, moms, women like you, and even Justin Timberlake. 1. DON'T look for perfection. Encouraging you to settle isn't our style, but separating your desires from your deal-breakers can give your love life a major upgrade.
Dating a guy can be easy. But reading his mind? Well, that’s tricky business. Several guys are quite comfortable with expressing their affections for the one they love. But most guys have a hard time expressing their feelings the romantic way. Your guy may say that he loves you, but he may not be the most proficient when it comes to expressing just how much you mean to him. If you’re dating the guy already, read on.
The topic of texting came up over dinner last week. There were five people at our table—two men and three women, ages 21 to 63. All five of us agreed that texting has become part of our lives and is here to stay (even the ones like me who still can't respond very quickly). We agreed texting has some benefits:
After a little Valentine’s Day swooning with I love you to the moon and back cards, a dozen long stemmed roses wrapped in red tissue paper and a fancy dinner, is your man expecting some kind of bedroom reward? You betcha. How much money does a guy have to spend to get lucky on Valentine’s Day anyway? I’ve got some data from a 2013 survey with thousands of respondents that will tell you exactly how much men are spending on the ladies in hopes that a little romancing will have a big bedroom payoff.
Breaking up can be hard and messy, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We’re taught growing up that a relationship is more successful the longer it lasts. And breakups can be so painful, complicated and destructive that staying in a bad relationship can seem more sensible than having to face a catastrophic ending. No one taught us how to gracefully exit the “ship” of our relationships, so we’re left with two alternatives: stay on board, struggling to stay afloat, or resign ourselves to going down with the ship.
The 7 Step Cookie Jar Method To Have An Epic Dating Life & Great Communication I’m always talking about dating, sex, love and relationships with all kinds of people that I meet from all walks of life, and I pay attention to what they say. A man I know, who I kind-of met online, and kind-of met in a coffee shop, have become great friends and you can guess what our favorite topics is… relationships.
All too often we tend to get in our own ways, especially when it comes to dating. From our preferred checklist of qualities we're seeking in a partner to our pet peeves, remaining too comfortable within our own bubble could make it difficult to attract the right man. It isn't always easy to change or step outside of our comfort zones but if you tend to have a reputation for being picky, hard to please or even "too girly," chances are a change of pace could be just what the doctor ordered.