I’m all about using social media to meet new people, including Facebook. I met several guys this way when I was dating (including my husband – long story). So, I’m totally down with searching through friends of friends to see if there might be any “potential.” But sometimes Facebook can screw with your dating life in ways you might not realize.
It’s seems like most all my male dating coach peers strongly agree on one particular issue: If you want more than a hook up with a guy, never end up having slept with him too soon. They all seem adamant about how it ruins a woman’s chances and how men categorize ‘easy’ women in the fun time pile, which never gets thrown in with the marriage material pile.
When you find yourself single do you spend all of your time on the hunt for your next boyfriend that will hopefully lift you out of your depressed funk?
By Dr. Stacey MacKinnon, Psychologist, FindYourPlusOne.com We all know it is exciting when everything in a relationship is new, developing, and growing into something larger and more meaningful then we initially imagined. But even exciting new beginnings require some thought, especially when one or both people in the relationship have children.
About a decade ago, nobody would come out to openly admit that he/she is into online dating for fear that aspersions are casted on one’s characters. The entire thing was kept under wraps because it was thought of as a domain reserved only for the shy, the hopeless, and the socially inept. Time changed; the Internet bred so many online dating sites that evolved a totally whole new set of culture, norms, and etiquette of hooking up.
Research shows that 10 percent of women experience "post-coital dysphoria" or "post-sex blues" following intercourse, including satisfactory intercourse.
Whether you are a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' fan or not, you can probably appreciate that the book has brought awareness to individuals, homes and now college campuses. Not just any college campus, Harvard University. Here is what they are likely to know about sex and kink in the Ivy League.
There's no escaping the fact that during the holidays "stress happens." It can make you want to pull the covers over your head and not come out until January. If you're single you may be full of dread as you worry about facing this holiday time alone without a partner. The holidays can magnify your feelings of insecurity and reduce your confidence and self-esteem.
Hi Dawn can you help me please, I have not had sex in three months with my husband and the last time we did, I practically had to beg for it. We have only been married for five years, but after our daughter Megan was born it seemed that Tim my husband just was not interested in having sex with me. Our sex life was great when we first got married, but half way into my pregnancy, I started to have problems and it affected our sex life. Then when Megan was born I did not want to have sex for a few months but after that I slowly r
Have you heard kids say, "When I grow up, I want to marry Mom (or Dad)?" Our response is centered on the innocence and sweetness of the moment, however it should also be a wake up announcement to the truth of those words. Children will mirror their parental relationship role model when they become adults and it is a couple's responsibility to show the right way of relating in love.