By Kelly Rouba, for GalTime.com If you’re looking for love and feel like you just aren’t meeting the right type of people, online dating can be a great alternative to the typical dating scene. “Dating sites do increase the number of people, at least in principle, (who are) interested in meeting you,” says Dan Sapen, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist who runs a private practice in Long Island, NY.
by Suzanne Casamento for GalTime.com Spring is coming and with it, comes the urge to bust out of the winter blues and get away! Whether you're planning your spring break vacay or a romantic weekend for two, there's a lot to consider when taking your first trip with a new guy.
When it comes to online dating, putting yourself out there to meet marriage-minded singles can seem like a lot of work. Just remember, you are making all this effort because you believe you can find true love online, and before long, you will meet that special someone.
When a girl likes a guy, she will put up with a lot. Flaking on phone calls, cancelling plans and even dropping hints that a long-term relationship is not in the cards. Every day, I receive emails from women desperately seeking advice about how to deal with the object of their affection and frustration.
We are all human, let’s face it. We are all going to have freak-outs when we feel alone, pressured, frustrated or misunderstood. It is these scenarios that can bring out the worst in of all us. Some of us are more prone to freaking out than others and some of us may be with people who have the freak-out response as their status quo. Freak-outs are a desperate way to defend self-worth and stem from feeling a lack of power. To deal with partners when they freak out you have to expend conscious effort to deal with their behavior and to master, minim
Every relationship we have — even if it does not end in marital bliss — is a learning experience. Through trial and error, I have discovered what it takes to be a fantastic girlfriend.
Recently, I blogged about my reaction to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's corporate mandate to end telecommuting for all employees. I'm not the only one talking about women and work right now. In fact, I'm in excellent company. Maria Shriver recently posted this article in response to Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg's book Lean In: Women, Work, & The Will To Lead.
Kissing is one of the most basic and essential erotic acts. Yet it is not as simple as locking lips – there are many ways to kiss and learning how to kiss your lover in the way they like to be kissed is well worth it. Your first kiss with a new love interest is an incredible moment, and reveals so much about your compatibility as potential lovers.
Hit a rough patch or plateau in your most intimate relationship? If so, don't freak out, just take 30 days to intentionally work to make things better - and use the following as a guide. 1. Know and meet each other’s relationship needs Everyone has needs. And everyone looks to their partner to meet some of their needs. It could be a need to feel safe, a need to feel sexy, a need for fun and entertainment, a need for support, or anything else. Love comes in lots of forms, and it’s critical that you know your needs and all the ways