If you are one of the millions who are excited to tune in to watch the super-hero size athletes tackle each other, throw balls, and look great in really tight pants, and you’re one of the millions of singles looking for love online, you’ll be in for a treat if your team wins, or even they lose. If you’re just into the game Sunday for the chicken wings, beer, Bruno Mars, or getting the chance to look at some super tight butts, the Super Bowl could help you on the path to getting a date and even finding the EPIC Love you want.
Does Love always seem to pass you by? Have you met a guy before put your all in to the relationship in return to just find out they don't feel the same about you? You find yourself guarded and jaded by the word Love because so many times your heart has felt the emotion of the greatest feeling in the world but the guy your with never seems to feel the same way. Tired of kissing frogs and ready to finely meet the man of your dreams? Ready to have that mutual spark and find a guy that will share the emotion of Love in his heart also?
Years ago, I was madly in love with a woman I’ll call Sarah. The first time I went to her house, I was won over by the huge unabridged dictionary that had a permanent home on her dining room table. When she took me to a raptor center, and then to see a rainbow out over a field of sunflowers at dusk, I knew she was the woman for me. It also didn’t hurt that Sarah was one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen, in a butch/tomboi kind of way.
We all know that fighting hurts our relationships - yet endless hours of "processing" can be just as bad. So what's a couple to do? No one really believes that responding to conflict by yelling, storming out, giving each other the “silent treatment,” or trying to stuff our feelings down is a good idea (though sometimes it's all we know how to do.) Obviously, direct communication seems like a much better alternative – and since lesbians and queer women care a great deal about our relationships, many of us have worked very hard to learn to nam
From Loveinsight.com blogger Diana P. A friend of mine was recently going through a "I dislike my husband immensely" period. At the time, She was reading the Hungry Games trilogy, and the series gave her an epiphany. She said, "These kids are pitted against each other, fighting for their lives. And here I am, fighting about every little thing with my husband. It's not life or death. And .
Are you frustrated with his inability to commit? Let's face it; many men are afraid to make commitments when it comes to love and marriage! Heck, we live in a disposable world – where it is easy to have “one night stands” and avoid commitment to those we fall in love with.
While the history of St. Valentine himself remains a mystery, we can all agree that St. Valentine’s Day is all about love and romance for couples. Every year for Valentine’s Day there are people who choose to take a luxury trip, buy long stemmed red roses and fine chocolates, wait for poor service at a popular restaurant, and a host of other grand gestures intended to impress. Let’s get back to the heart of Valentine’s Day. Why not use this time to touch the heart of each other?
Does it feel like you'll be single or stuck in an unsatisfying relationship forever? Wake up call: You might be creating your own bad luck in love! Learn the 7 most common "love blockers" and get ready to adjust your attitude.
Every relationship is different in terms of difficulties and joys. Some relationships have problems from the get go, others act as if they are constantly channeling June and Ward Cleaver. Yet, no matter how strong the foundation, no relationship is immune from the threat of a breakup (even that slut Skipper has been known to come between Ken and Barbie).
Aw, breakups, there is just something about them that makes you want to dance around in front of the mirror singing the lyrics to “I Will Survive.” But, the truth is, breaking up, especially if it involves a divorce or a long-term relationship, is one of life’s biggest stresses.