Since late January we've been living with Aquarian energy, which is the perfect for the dead of winter—Aquarius is intellectual, detached, and highly independent. Now, however, spring is just around the corner and it's time to start focusing on our mutual emotional needs. When we enter Pisces people will be a lot more available, especially for love.
When two people start a relationship, their joy is shared by friends, parents—and microorganisms. Those lucky little germs that once only had one person to invade now have a second body to consider home. You don't have much choice about accepting these new residents—there's plenty of evidence out there that shows when one person in a relationship is sick, the other is going to be fully exposed to his or her germs. If your immune system isn't up to the task of fighting off the microscopic enemies, you and your partner can help it out by taking some fairly easy steps to boost its chances.
We put our craft and cooking hats on and came up with 10 crafty gifts that are not cheesy and are sure to be loved. And for those who are allergic to the phrase "do it yourself"—or those who are simply too busy—we've found a last-minute version of each that doesn't reek of "I totally forgot to buy you a gift and just picked this up at the drugstore."
Let's face it: The world is still a scary, unstable and uncertain place. The lesson learned: What's here today may very well be gone tomorrow... whether it be our 401ks, our jobs or our relationships. So what will 2011 bring? YourTango went to the experts for their predictions, and has come back to you with the following list. May it serve you well.
Between sex robots, vajazzling and inappropriate love affairs, love in 2010 was larger than life. There's no question about this: love changed in 2010. It got bigger. It became more dramatic. It went viral. Here, we've rounded up the top 10 relationship trends of 2010.
Social media addiction is a real thing. It affects, probably, thousands of people. And it may be wrecking relationships and the ability to connect with people IRL. Is @CoolMomKaren's story a little too familiar? You may suffer from social media addiction. Please enjoy and share with your friends.
Ah, his fam. Whether you’re dying to impress his parents on your first holiday with them, or trying to win over his sister on your tenth, buying for his relatives can be nerve-wracking and complicated. These crowd-pleasing gifts are sure to make everyone happy—without breaking your bank account.
He has a million ties. And while you'd love to get him the iPad, you can't cough up that kind of cash. Here, some less-expected gifts that will wow him—for budgets big and small.
OK, so that gift card you got her last year was great because she got to pick out whatever she wanted, but here's a hint: Picking out an actual gift for her will win you more points. Sound daunting? Never fear, YourTango is here! We've got some ideas that'll please even the pickiest lady but won't make your wallet cower in fear.
Not sure what to be this Halloween? YourTango's pulled together 50 fun, original couples costumes.
Could Sandra Bullock have salvaged her marriage if she got a tattoo? A writer reminisces upon her own experience with tattoos and why women find them liberating, while men just can't stop staring.
Most women don't realize that our borderline mania isn't very complicated: we simply like boobs—a lot. And we like them in pretty much all shapes and sizes.
Sweetie isn't young enough to be my son, but he is nearly 11 years my junior. Our age difference had never bothered me. But that was before the naked photos.
Many brides feel the pressure to look like a movie star when they walk down the aisle. According to a 2007 study from Cornell University, more than 70 percent of brides-to-be want to lose weight before their wedding. We investigate what's behind the trend, and how to lose weight the healthy way.
Hair extensions produced Kate Gosslin's sexy new look, and the jury's still out on the authenticity of First Lady Michelle Obama's stylish bob. At best, "gone today, here tomorrow" styles offer greater flexibility. At worst, the expensive, go-faux trend signals that women are increasingly dissatisfied with their natural looks. Certainly, what's inside a woman's head matters more than what sprouts from—or is synthetically attached to—it. But since first impressions are so important in the dating game, we asked men: "Do you prefer au naturale or faux naturale?"