As a smart professional woman, your career success depends on masculine traits (i.e. being driven, assertive, strong, in charge, controlling, etc.). When a woman is competitive with a man, he may admire and respect her in the corporate world. But when it comes to love, a man isn’t looking for a woman to be a better man than he is. Masculine traits applied to love keep you from experiencing a meaningful connection with a masculine man.
"Is there a break up in your past that was hard to get over?" "No, I'm fine. I make it a point to never have regrets and I just put them behind me." said the beautiful still-single-at-40 attorney sharply. I could tell she was a little annoyed. "I see." I said. "How many breakups are behind you?" "Six, but what does that have to do with my Love Magnet." "Let me show you," I said to her gently. (Want to peek over my shoulder and listen in?)
Even if your sex life has been lackluster previously, there are at least four reasons it can be the best now. If you never knew what the fuss was about, if you have fallen into a sexless marriage, or if you are still a virgin, things can change for you now. With no more young children in the home, there is much more time to be truly intimate with your partner.
What DO men want in a relationship? It’s an age-old question. If you’ve already read “Dating with Dignity’s Guide to What Men Really Want: Three Myths and Three Truths to Stop Wondering Today!”, you’re headed in the right direction. The problem is, women think the obvious answer to this important question is, well, sex and dinner.
We all have long work hours and demanding schedules, so how do you meet someone if you are always working? What if you meet someone interesting at work? Should you take the risk by engaging in a potentially awkward or inappropriate relationship? Here's one single guy's dilemma...
Dear Dr. Romance: Do I have an unhealthy celebrity obsession? I really need answers and help! I feel this is still unresolved? Does anyone else have an obsession with a particular celebrity to the degree that you wanna look, act, talk, dress and live like them. I do, I wanna look like her in photos if I dont I'm upset, I live like her as in if she does something then I do it, if she does her hair in a certain way I copy it that's how obsessed I am with looking like her.
People are dating strangers more than ever before. People plan dates with people they have met online. They have no history or friends in common. They did not meet at school, at work, at church, or out in the community. And while you may think you know a little bit about this person from your digital interaction, in reality, you know nothing. People can present themselves any way they want online. In other words, blind dates are truly blind dates. In the old days, there was a natural vetting process—where you had time to get to know someone before going on your first date.
As parents, we invest thousands upon thousands of dollars on providing our children with the latest video games, toys and computers. This year, why not take steps toward investing time into your child's emotional development?
Relationships play out in a series of phases, always growing and evolving. Often times, the honeymoon stage consists of flirty dates and heaps of nervous butterflies associated with many relationship firsts. But all too often the flame fades into a faint flicker as a relationship progresses. Moving to the next phase with your guy doesn’t mean you should stop flirting or playing hard-to-get. The psychological effects of flirting can leave you feeling more connected and in sync with your guy. Here are some helpful tips for flirting after the honeymoon stage:
Whatever. Fine. I don't know. Do those phrases just push every button you've got? It used to make me crazy when my (now 27-year old) son answered 'cool' to everything, including incredibly sad news. It took forever for me to understand that 'cool' just meant 'I heard what you said.'