Match.com’s annual Singles in America study reveals some pretty juicy (and surprising) facts about America’s current dating population, and some of them might shock you. These stats not only disqualify some common dating myths; they also provide some really interesting insights into what men and women look at first when they “size up” potential partners. Guess what: Grammar matters.
by Alexandra Martell for GalTime.com Each year, I start my spring cleaning off by clearing out my closet and donating old clothes. This is partly a leftover habit from when I would come home from college and not want to pack everything, and partly because I have the world's tiniest closet and need to make room for my summer dresses to come back. Unfortunately, it gets harder and harder each year to fill multiple bags with unwanted clothing.
We live in great and interesting times, when standards don’t exist anymore. Nobody will look at you funny if you are attracted to an older or even a much older woman. Explore this exciting possibility; just keep certain things in mind if you want this experience to be rewarding for both of you. Let’s analyze why you could be interested in an older woman in the first place.
Welcome back to 7 Secrets To Mastering Communication SECRET #3 – Decide To Become A Master Communicator “Crying is all right in its own way while it lasts. But you have to stop sooner or later, and then you still have to decide what to do.” C.S. Lewis
You have a concern, you call you doctor, you get in to see your doctor, she finds “something.” She sends you for the appropriate tests and then, the dreaded phone call comes … “Ann, it’s malignant … you have breast cancer.” You know, there’s never a good time for a negative diagnosis, and truthfully, no one ever wants one or expects one. But, it happens to 1 in 3 women (and 1 in 2 men) in their lifetime.
I've been interviewing people about their post-divorce experiences for a project I'm working on. These are some of the principles I've learned through these interviews. In my mind they combine two excellent overarching themes that emerge post-divorce: "How I want to live now," and "How I can avoid future mistakes." Most of the principles apply to both.
By Sue Scheff for GalTime.com Summer is almost here and some parents will be considering summer camps while others are in the midst of hoping their teenager passes the school year, or has enough credits to graduate. If you are the parent of a teen who is struggling with school and acting out, it can drive you to your wit's end.