Now that you both have put an official label on things you would expect any outside competition would be erased, right? It hasn't, or worse, the competition is heightened. So what should you do? A College Candy reader turns in her similar situation.
Tired of dates that end with you wanting to slip out of the bathroom window? With these totally foolproof wingman apps on board, dating just got a whole lot sneakier.
I know that other women will disagree with me on this subject. The truth is ladies; most of us are inherently emotional creatures. Biologically we are just built that way. Women are always quick to offer their advice and opinion. Regardless of their experience or expertise, your best girlfriends, co-workers and yes even your mom can have you thinking that their insight is above reproach.
Dear Dr. Romance: I met someone from online and we talked for a nite and we met that nite and one thing led to another and as it turns out he wanted to see me again.2 days later he tells me that hes trying to work this out with his exwife. How do I not go into that situation? This is the second time it's happend to me. Ive never been married and I just got out out of a violent relationship so I don't know what to do? Dear Reader:
Admit it: We all blushed after reading those hot and steamy scenes featuring our fictional man crush. Whether it's his irresistible charm or his dominant personality, women all over the world have fallen under the spell of the erotic and oh-so-sexy Christian Grey. But, ironically, going against certain cues from Fifty Shades could improve your own sex life. (Okay, yes, there are quite a few worth adapting, too!) Check out these pointers from Ana and Christian to bring your beau one step closer to becoming the next Mr. Grey.
Dear Dr. Romance: When I was 20, I met a man of 37. For many reasons, including what I thought was love, moved in with him 3 weeks later. After getting engaged to my partner, I discovered he crossdressed. I cried, but he said he did it cuz he was alone for so long before he met me. Flash forward to pregnancy, when I found dvd after dvd of preop transexual porn. Imagine my horror.
At the end of a client-packed day, the trash can in my office is often overflowing with used tissues. Richard, seeing this, usually comments; “Good day, huh?” and we both laugh. He knows that, when clients cry, they’re usually breaking through and healing something. I’ve been known to joke with clients that I’d like to create a “crying spa:” a gorgeous resort with boxes of the finest tissues everywhere, even towels, which are great for a really good cry.
Relationship coach Elizabeth Stone asks if the secret to finding love is closer than you think. With Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher getting engaged, the question is whether friends make the best lovers and spouses. Read on to see if friendship is the best foundation to everlasting happiness and why some friends will never make the cut.
She's flexible in more ways than you know, is happier and more reasons you should date a yoga lover.
Dear Dr. Romance: I've been dating my girlfriend for 5 almost 6 months now. We hit it off from the very beginning and fell in love a couple months into the relationship. Both of us are independent people and level headed, but there's a deep connection between the two of us and the relationship was going GREAT until recently. She even brought up moving in together this summer and I was all for it.
"First — if you are in love — that's a good thing — that's about the best thing that can happen to anyone. Don't let anyone make it small or light to you." While fans of John Steinbeck don't often consider him love icon, a letter that he wrote to his son speaks volumes about what was really going on inside the heart of one of America's most revered authors.
Put down the daisy! Instead of focusing on whether he loves you (or not), think about these two important questions: "Do I love him?" And, "Do I love myself?" Bonus? When you love yourself, you become even more, well, lovable!
Dr. Romance writes: Many of my clients want to know: What is a safe surrender to love? They have been in love before, and have gotten hurt. While we all are aware of the joy and beauty of love, and the profound pleasure of being in love, most of us are also afraid of mistakes, of making a wrong decision. We know, on an inner level, that living and loving by chemistry alone can be dangerous. Many of us equate good chemistry with true love, and bad chemistry with lack of love, yet we have trouble knowing which is which.
The stigma ascribed to people (namely women), who have casual sex on the first date often mirrors that of murderers, drug dealers, and pedophiles. Why?