Drew Barrymore recently got married for her third, and hopefully last time. Many women see themselves when they look at Drew, because she's a woman who is so optimistic about finding love, and no matter how many times she stumbled along the way, she never seemed to lose hope that she would indeed one day find the one. So how can you tell if you've found your Mr. Right?
One of the hardest qualities you’ll have to cultivate as a single woman waiting for love is patience. Let’s face it, waiting for anything is stressful: waiting for the light to turn green, for the bank teller to finish with a customer or waiting for the man of your dreams.
We women are expert doers and givers. If you don’t think so, look at your life and think of all the things you do for others. I bet you’re there for your girlfriends and family whenever there’s a problem. I know I am, I want to help and I want to be needed. But your giving nature can become a problem when you are trying to create a loving relationship with a man. If being a giver is the way you relate to the world then most likely being vulnerable is hard and you don’t “receive” well from others.
There’s a big difference between being busy and being productive. It’s the difference between keeping your mind full of things to do and actually doing those things. It’s too easy these days to get distracted and jump from one shinny object to another. The trouble is that you don’t have time to take care of the things that really matter to you and you don’t make time for love.
My intention here is to make you aware of a destructive pattern that has hindered many sexual relationships. I’ve named it post-ejaculation syndrome (P.E.S.). We’ve all heard how women hate it when men roll over and go to sleep as soon as they are finished having sex, but few people ever connect the dots. They don’t seem to realize that the loss of vital life-force energy from male ejaculation is the culprit.
Sexy, Designer Condoms are the hottest celebrity accessory for summer! Or, at they should be. With one in five people having an STD (any many not even knowing it), the rich and famous need great condoms just as much as we, mere mortals, do. Unable to resist a little cheeky fun, the Research and Development department here at Lucky Bloke have put together a list of top celebs and what kind of condoms you’d likely find in their nightstand. The results are sure to be entertaining.
(To watch the video, click here.) Okay, guys. You're (gulp) ready to pop the big question. But you've seen those videos of lavish proposals that went wrong. How do you ask her in a way that's got an excellent chance of getting a happy "yes!" in response? "Dr. Romance" shows you how to set yourself up for success and a lifetime of happiness.
Miley Cyrus is only 19 years old, and she just got engaged to Liam Hemsworth. Will it last? Well, the fact that it's a celebrity match is not favorable; celebrity couples don't have a great track record at maintaining lasting marriages. As a little pre-wedding gift, here's what Miley and Liam can do to make sure they're ready for a long and happy marriage.
Research from the University of Hawaii indicates that negative attitudes toward women persist even after they have lost weight. Researchers suggest that policies are needed to combat prejudice against the obese based on inaccurate assumptions. I do not know how such policies would work, since we have been talking about this issue for almost 50 years now without much progress. But I do know something about the emotion of shame, which tortures many people who have difficulty controlling their weight. This is the challenge overweight people face everyday.