If you are getting divorced, you may want to plan a party to celebrate. After all, your girlfriends deserve to have some fun after the enormous amount of time and advice they've invested. Besides, you deserve to have a little fun, too.
“I’ll be there for you (when the rain starts to pour), I’ll be there for you (like I’ve always been before), I’ll be there for you (because you’re there for me too).” The chorus to the theme song of the hit TV series ‘Friends’ is indelibly marked in my brain forever. The closeness, loyalty, and trust these six friends had was one of my secret addictions and yet ten years later the show is over and the friends and I have moved on.
Former American Idol contestant Kellie Pickler made headlines for shaving her head in solidarity with her best friend, who is undergoing chemotherapy. That got me thinking about friendships, young people and what parents need to be teaching them about friendship.
A new study says men and women who find each other attractive are likely to believe the friendship is a burden.
The four friends in this movie all have very different personalitites. They range from Type A to Type Who Brings Cocaine On a Plane In A Baby Powder Container.
Did you know that female friendships could help you live longer? If not, consider these results of research conducted at Rush University Medical Center and published in Science Daily in 2011...
If you are like many women today, you have several male friends. Sure, you love them, but like brothers. And you wouldn't even think about ever having sex with them, because that's not what your relationship is about and you know they feel exactly the same way. I'm here to say that you can be absolutely confident that this is true if they are either under the age of ten, comatose, or gay. Otherwise, you're living in a fool's paradise.
10 Warning Signs That Your Husband Is Cheating 1. Short and brief about his day. Is your husband’s communication getting shorter by the day? If he's not forthcoming about his day and you feel that he is being short and brief about it, you may need to ask him to elaborate. If you feel like there is something that he’s not telling you then you’re probably right.
The people whom you have the most contact with and hang around with will have either a positive or negative affect on your levels of self-esteem and confidence. We all know those people who are positive, happy and joyful to be around. How do they make you feel? Yes, they make you feel the same! They can put zest into a boring atmosphere and can fill the room with positive, can do vibes that has a knockout effect on everyone else. We also know of those people who moan about everything!
When you’re dating a man, I know it’s really important for you as a woman, to introduce us to your best friend. We dread that night. When you hang out with your best friend, you always act like a giggly little teenager. You find things soo funny. The conversation will be normal and then you’ll break into story telling mode about something that you and your friend think is funny, thinking that we should find it funny also. We don’t think it’s funny at all.
The Gaggle: How The Guys You Know Will Help You Find The Love You Want is the latest relationship advice book occupying single ladies' nightstands. What application does the gaggle have to someone in a committed relationship? Can the gaggle of men you surround yourself with exist even after you've traded cocktails and clubs for movie nights with your significant other? The answer is a resounding yes!
Jessica Massa and Rebecca Wiegand, co-creators of the new book, 'The Gaggle,' had a very important message to convey at the party we co-hosted in their honor at Henri Bendel last night. That message? Whether or not we like it, we are living in what these two ladies call a "post-dating world."
Everyone always mentions the word soulmate to me and I always wonder if it is true that there is this one person out there to foot the bill as a soulmate? To be someone's only soulmate in the world is a hard thing for me to come to terms with and for them to follow and live up too. So is there just one?
I have stumbled upon a dating conundrum that I cannot figure out on my own. I don't need to consult an advice columnist, or my friends or therapist. I need to hear from the people of the world at large who have been through this and have practical pearls of wisdom to bestow upon me.