In a recent interview, Angus T. Jones, who plays Jake Harper in the wildly popular television show Two And A Half Men, called the show "filth" and encouraged people to stop watching it. And while he has since apologized for using the word "filth," I agree with Jones to the extent that his show portrays a family whose members share a common inability to maintain coupled relationships.
I got a question the other day from a reader about why all the men she meets on dating sites are emotionally unavailable or otherwise damaged goods. A lot of women experience frustration with online dating because a lot of the men they encounter seem to be creepy, losers, sociopaths, or not relationship material. Why is this? Is there some kind of secret website that all the good men go to?
By Kimberly James, MatchMaster, FindYourPlusOne.com Growing up, I will admit, I was a very big Boy Meets World fan. I am excited and giddy about the announcement of a reboot on the series. I remember camping out in front of the tv with a bowl of popcorn and eagerly waiting for that week’s adventures of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence. When the show first aired, it was the typical feel good sitcom where every situation or crisis neatly wrapped up in the thirty minutes it was allotted.
by Dr. Stacia Pierce, for GalTime.com High-demanding careers and life are often hard to balance, even for the most organized and alert person. To offer advice on how to balance it all is Dr. Stacia Pierce, a successful life coach and also the CEO of Ultimate Lifestyle Enterprises, a multimillion dollar conglomerate.
by Amy Hoglund, for GalTime.com How parents can work together better, even if they disagree You both want the best for your child. There’s only one problem; actually agreeing on what the “best” is.
By Amanda Fontaine, for GalTime.com Don’t deny it: Christmas is coming. And so is Hanukkah. And secret classroom elves. And all the other holiday bustle and chaos. When decorations appear in shopping malls and department stores, we brush it off for a month or two, but that time has passed.I hate to say it, but it’s finally time to start scoping out toys and making a list. If you have kids to buy for - either children of your own, or nieces, nephews, friends' children, or godchildren - how do you survive
by the Editors at JDate.com, for GalTime.com You never get a second chance to make a first impression. That’s why making sure you come across as the likeable, charming and delightful person you are is so important during an initial meeting, especially when the face-to-face is with the parents of the guy or gal you’re dating!