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Teaching Our Teens To Like Nice Guys

Teaching Our Teens To Like Nice Guys

By Barbara Greenberg, PhD, Teen Parenting Expert for GALTime Yep, it's happened. I'm officially frustrated with the persistent allure of the "bad boy" in our culture. I have seen too much pain as a result of our teen daughters being attracted to "bad boys" and our teen sons feeling that the "bad boys" get the girls. And, yes it is hard to disagree with our sons about this.

Study: Could A Daily Aspirin Combat Cancer?

Study: Could A Daily Aspirin Combat Cancer?

By Tara Weng, GalTime Editor  Aspirin, a widely used weapon against heart attacks, might also play a role in cancer prevention, according to three new British studies. "We have now found that after taking aspirin for three or four years there starts to be a reduction in the number of people with the spread of cancers, so it seems as well as preventing the long-term development of cancers, there is good evidence now that it is preventing the spread of canc

10 Dos & Don'ts Before Meeting Mr. Online In Person [EXPERT]
Everything you need to know about communicating with your match before you meet!

10 Dos & Don'ts Before Meeting Mr. Online In Person

So, you've found a guy online who has potential and you've agreed to go out with him. Great! Pressure's off until you meet in person, right? Wrong! Follow these rules to make sure you don't do or say the wrong thing before your first date.

What Is A Boundary?

What Is A Boundary?

My clients often explain to me how they set a boundary. They tell me something like, "I set a boundary. I told him he has to stop putting me down in public," or "I set a boundary. I told her she has to be on time from now on," or "I set a boundary. I told him he has to stop being critical of me."

You've Been Transferred: Making Friends in Your New City

You've Been Transferred: Making Friends in Your New City

Finally, your boss calls you into her office and announces, “We’re giving you a promotion.” Absolutely enthused (what took her so long?), you whoop your acceptance. “There’s just one thing,” she says, “You’re going to have to move cross- country.” The balloon deflates. “My friends and family are here,” you think to yourself. But the opportunity is so big you know that those are the exact people who will tell you to move.

Strategic Dating Advice: ProActive Dating is IN

Strategic Dating Advice: ProActive Dating is IN

Oh, White Knight syndrome—the idea that someday we’re each going to be sitting at our desks (or sleeping- how savvy was Snow White?), eating a Chop’t salad, and a knight in shining armor is going to just walk through the door. And that’ll just be that– a swift and passionate romance will be followed by a ginormous glistening diamond, a huge house in Connecticut, and 2.4 kids. That’s how it happens, right? Think again.

Are you Ready to Date?: A Handy Guide

Are you Ready to Date?: A Handy Guide

It is easy to get excited about dating someone new– and to want to jump in, no holds barred. But if you want your dating life to be successful, you first have to make sure that you are ready to date. Think about it like preparing to travel to an African country: if you’re not set with the proper immunizations and documents, you will likely end up either miserably ill or in a very bad situation. Signs you’re not ready to date: