Dear Dr. Romance: I need your advice. My ex and I broke up a while ago but still talked everyday. Anyways, long story short, I decided I can't talk to him anymore because we both need to change and find out who we are and learn to treat each other better.
In the aftermath of Mindy McCready's apparent suicide, many close friends, family members and fans are all asking the same question, "Why?"
Love comes into your life when you least expect it. It could be a day when you have no make-up on, 80's rock star hair, and granny-style knickers. It could be a night when your friends drag you to the pub and you couldn't care less about the opposite sex. Then suddenly a sexy new man walks in. And sometimes this new person doesn't live anywhere close to you but you have such a strong and magical connection that you want to make it work. Maybe you meet your new love on a short holiday abroad, and he is too good to let go.
Have a plan for the date gentlemen and hold loosely to it in case of rain, she could express a strong dislike for what you have planned —e.g. "I'm allergic to the smell of coffee," so you compromise for the teahouse instead — or something unexpected happens.
I had some strange experiences and not one of my first second matches led to a second date. Let me be honest, I have not done internet dating myself but I have walked through the dating process with many of my clients and I've learned plenty.
If you follow me online, you know that I have a messy past with men. I was married, divorced, a friend with benefits, a doormat, a first date more times than I’d like to count, and the victim of a man who needed a lot of space all the time. Basically, I spent too many years meeting the wrong men, acting the wrong ways and feeling the wrong things about myself. I knew absolutely nothing about
Are you in a relationship that doesn't feel quite right? Have you gone back and forth trying to decide if you should stay or go? Here are some signs you should run, not walk to the nearest exit.
Unfortunately, research shows that half of all marriages end in divorce with a spike in the divorce rate at the two-year, seven-year and twenty-year anniversary dates. What's happening within the relationship during these phases?
Happy Valentines Day? Well it depends. When I was single it didn't feel very happy at all. The barrage of happy couples on TV, reminders every time I turned around to buy the latest jewelry trinket for the relationship that I didn't have, and this feverish feeling that everyone but me has a picturesque relationship. In fact, Valentines day, aka Singles Awareness Day... (more)