Do you believe that you just blend in with the crowd, that you'd be forgotten if you just stepped out of things for a while? Your actions DO matter, and it's your choice whether they make a positive or a negative impact. How can you live your life in a way that makes the biggest difference possible?
Pickup lines can be every dater's worst nightmare—how many sexy guys have turned repulsive when they uttered one of those dreaded too-sexual, not-funny one-liner's? In Spanish, though...there's a reason it's called a "romance" language. Even the worst pickup line can sound sexy in Spanish—here are ten examples that prove it!
In a world obsessed with more when do we start defining more. Is that what we really want or just something we think we need. Re-evaluate your spending habits and learn how to recognize the false needs.
Do you want to save your marriage? David Akiva's third action plan for adding positivity to your marriage involves building trust. Making simple requests to each other and then fulfilling them can bring you emotionally deeper as a couple.
Sometimes we fear things for no reason. Sometimes we fear things for a very good reason. But will you let those fears stop you from living your life? Or will you be brave enough to overcome them?
Paris was sin city in the 1920s where could one be an artist, a musician, a dancer, a model, or there just to take in all of the erotic pleasures. And there was plenty of them. Here are just a few...
There are many things a life coach can teach you, but you must learn to make decisions for yourself. Many people find this difficult, but there are some helpful tricks.
As a woman, do you feel taken advantage of for doing most of the work and getting little back? Find out how to fix a relationship when your man has stopped appreciating all that you do for him.
Expert Cathy Pagano embarks on relationship advice and explores the truth behind what men really want.
Expert Monique Boyd asserts that in pageantry, as in dating, one must stand out and face their fears in order to be seen for who they really are.