It's easy to list everything we should do when dating, but it's a little trickier to to navigate the "don'ts." Here, a handy guide for meeting new people and first dates.
The Prince's Vedic Sun sign is considered the most auspicious of the 27 signs, noted for creating a tender, generous, philanthropic and charitable disposition.
Money can solve a lot of problems, but when you butt heads with your partner about how money should be spent, it can create some problems, too. Make sure you communicate clearly about your financial expectations.
Meeting other singles can be hard, but luckily summertime is the perfect season to go out and enjoy yourself. And who knows? You just might meet someone interesting along the way.
Child support may be a necessity to help raise your child, but beware of becoming too dependent.
Learning when to say yes and when to say no is what can help you move forward in your life and relationships.
By Sasha BeautyBlogger for GalTime.com Recently, I decided to go with a charcoal “smoky” eye makeup look, and by the end of the evening I looked more like a not-so-cute version of a raccoon. Instead of achieving “smoky” I succeeded in “smeared.” My grey eyeliner had migrated south and my eyeshadow was creased like my favorite linen pants.
By Sheila Blagg for GalTime.com The kids-or-no-kids debate is an issue for many couples. But, bring a child into a new dating relationship and the issue becomes even more complex. As people move from one relationship into the dating realm, they often wonder, “Does he want kids?,” Will she still want to date me?”
It is interesting how one can use words but never realize their meaning. Having just celebrated our Independence Day, I wondered about the word independence. What does it really mean? I’ve been told all my life that I’m “independent.” It seemed like the context of it was helpful when I was a child because I wanted to be able to do things for myself. Our first experiences of our ability to master our environment, begins when we can say, “Mommy I do peeped all by myself,” then run to show what we did and where we did it.
This newsletter is a continuation of my last message in which I am attempting to “upgrade” your understanding of the issue of Bullying. To better understand bullying, let’s define it. How we define bullying has an enormous impact on whether we see it as “kids will be kids,” a “rite of passage,” or a reflection of a less humane and violent culture that we have created.