In the early stages of dating, it can be difficult to tell what kind of relationship a guy is looking for. Does he just want to have fun, or is he hoping for something more? Here are five important signs that he's not looking for anything serious.
Are you being deceived online these days? Ever since the television show Catfish arrived on MTV, people are questioning more than ever just how genuine the interactions that they have with the people online are. Its easy to wonder if the person is who they truly say they are, especially when there are some major red flags that are warning you this person may not exactly be the same person you think you are talking to. Let’s take a look at three steps you should be taking to avoid ever getting yourself into one of these awful situations.
I'm in a serious relationship with a guy I really love. He does not want to have kids and I do. What should I do?
High school was an absolute blast. I grew up in a 300-year-old community situated at the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains and an hour outside of Manhattan. Ridgefield, Conn., a town of roughly 25,000, was a fantastic place to grow up and an interesting place to learn about love. Since online dating wasn't as prevelant back then as it is today, there isn’t much to report on that front until my freshman year. Here's a year-by-year rundown of what high school taught me about dating.
Let’s face it: sometimes you are simply not in the mood for sex. More specifically, not in the mood for intercourse. Being penetrated is an intense physical and emotional experience, and there are times when it is simply out of the question. So when your lover initiates sex, nudging up to you as you go to bed or seducing you in broad daylight, what are your options?
At the risk of "tooting my own horn," I have had many women refer to me as "The Black Christian Grey" as well as "The King of Verbal Seduction" (a nickname frequently used on my adult-themed podcast program, The Erotic Conversationalist). To this day, I have a number of e-mail messages and messages on the popular social networking site, Facebook, from women who refer to me as "Sir," "Daddy," or "Mr.
Excerpt from "An Unexpected Journey: The Road to Power and Wisdom in Divorced Co-Parenting" By Alisa Jaffe Holleron
For those of you who were expecting a column on that Southern California tourist attraction known as Disneyland, I'm afraid I have bad news for you. This article will contain no mention of the Monorail, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, or Pirates of the Caribbean (other than the one immediately preceding, of course). No, this is a tribute to another attraction that is, in fact, every straight man's number one favorite destination … your own Magic Kingdom: your vagina.
We love our kids. Year after year, we do anything to give them every advantage in the world and nudge them toward the life of their dreams. This is often at the cost of our personal time and relationships. So many parents feel like they have put their life on hold to put all their available energy and resources into their kids.
Some business people are afraid of success even though they do not admit it. Being successful can create its own problems and anxieties. Here are a few tips on how to manage the fear of success. Take things one step a time. Do not do everything all at once when dealing with the demands of your peers. Although you are in the spot light try to remain consistent in your business dealings before you became popular.