Men are hunters, prowling on the pursuit to hunt down the women they desire. Do you find yourself lacking this attention? Let this dating coach show you how to receive it.
Online dating and going to jail have some similar parallels that might not be so obvious.
Before you throw a party fit for Jay Gatsby to celebrate your wedding vows, this marriage educator challenges you to be honest with yourself about what you're looking to achieve with your big day.
While in a marriage or a long-term relationship, you may be tempted by infidelity — but it's important to first consider the consequences. Here, three YourTango Experts discuss safe approaches to temptation, including the steps you can take to prevent yourself from succumbing to it.
Best friends are awesome: they make you laugh, provide a shoulder to cry on, and give the best dating advice. But did you know that you can also learn a lot about how to be a good partner by being a good friend? This relationship expert explains.
Getting through your divorce isn't easy, and there's no true guide to lead the way; your personal history will always be there. Let this divorce coach show that you don't need to be haunted by the ghosts of your past.
Cooler temperatures reignite the urge to find someone special to cuddle with. That's why the change of seasons can inspire you to get back in the game — use this dating coach advice to learn how to meet someone who might just be "the one."
Given that thousands of hard-earned dollars are spent on engagement rings bought with the best of intentions, here is the question: Would a real woman give a man back his engagement ring if the relationship broke off after one year? Here are what several people I interviewed, including two professional psychiatrists, had to say. A real woman would give the ring back because of what it symbolizes: the fact you plan to spend the rest of your lives together. So why would you want to keep a symbol of such when you are no longer a couple?
Are you truly getting the person you see in the profile picture on that dating website? The truth gets stretched far too often and before you know it, you're victim of a heartbreak.
Paranoia is a condition many people don't know they have. Read this expert advice to determine if you or your loved one have could be living with this disease.