If you're at a loss for what to get your man, LoveFeed has advice on holiday gifts that he won't be returning. Check out this video before you start your holiday shopping.
The year may be coming to end, but the time to get closer to your partner is just beginning. The holidays are an opportunity for couples to introduce the traditions that have been passed from one generation to the next—but also to create new traditions that enhance a relationship for years to come. Here we've collected ten holiday traditions (some a little spicier than others) that you and your boyfriend or husband can make your own. Happy holidays! – Maureen Dempsey and Elizabeth Narins
Back when you were a kid your mom probably told you "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all," and that Santa was checking his list twice to find out "who's naughty and nice." Now that we're older we know good from bad, but we also know we'd rather tell the truth than hide it. Ole St. Nick never had to deal with an oversexed coworker up on his Mrs. every time he turned his back during the annual Christmas party, so we think it's time to redefine the rules. Read on to fine out when "naughty" is actually "nice" this holiday season.
A lifetime of holidays, birthdays, and other assorted gatherings with his brood may send shivers down your spine. Whether his mother is constantly smacking you with backhanded compliments or his dad can't find one decent thing to say throughout dinner, we've got you covered. We've grabbed five real-life scenarios and taken them to the experts to help make the holidays with his family a little brighter.
The holidays are upon us, and, unfortunately, so is a recession. Times are tough, wallets are tighter, but you want to give your one and only something to show how much you care this Christmas or Hanukkah. One writer explains how she gave—and received—the very best gifts without spending a dime.
How many times have you heard the word "holiday" in the past week? Well, the season's here and both sexes are scrambling to find that perfect item that expresses love without words. Or actions. Ok, they are just gifts, but they sure are sparkly and fun. Here's what our male media friends are wishing for and thinking of buying us this year.
Picking a present for the man in your life is a challenge. Save yourself time and a dizzying trip to the shopping mall and instead check out our list of gifts to buy online. The experts from shopping and fashion site SheFinds recommend 11 great gifts for every type of guy. Whether artsy, sporty, eco-friendly or still living out his frat days, we guarantee you'll find something for him here or you can have your hard-earned reading time back (ok, not actually possible, but the list is that good!). So click ahead, buy online and get on with your holiday cheer.
The latest national statistics show 14 percent of Americans are uninsured. Assuming half of them are women, that's approximately 21 million females who might not have affordable access to routine checkups or birth control. Healthcare is certainly an unorthodox gift choice, but what would a wife, mother or sister enjoy more: a new sweater or the ability to catch a disease in its early stages?
The December holidays are a time of romance and sex, right? Whimsical jewelry commercials, love-themed Christmas songs and invitations on pretty paper to parties for "you and a guest" all add up to a magical time of year… except if you're single. This time of year can feel bewildering and lonely for women who are just out of a relationship or single and looking. Fortunately there are ways to tweak the holiday traditions so they're fun for single gals, too!
Holidays after a divorce can be a trying time for anyone, especially when there are kids involved. That's as true for celebs as anyone else which is why Reese Witherspoon shared some tips with People about how she and her ex, Ryan Phillipe, share custody of their kids Ava and Deacon.
Ah, the holidays. Families gather; cold weather prevails; light dwindles; routines are rearranged, yet good cheer is generally expected. The time of year that can be a source of great pleasure can also bring a good amount of pressure. Love Buzz asked Rochester, NY-based psychiatrist, Dr. Alice Tariot, to help us understand holiday season stress and give us some tips on how to help ourselves and our partners effectively manage it.
What counts as adultery? For one woman in England the answer is virtual sex. The staff at Wowowow delves into the case of Amy Pollard who is leaving her husband of three years after discovering he was having an online affair in Second Life. The twist? Amy and her husband first met while playing Second Life, so we guess she knows a thing or two about how these online affairs can end up. The Frisky is getting ready for the holidays with this handy guide on how NOT to deal with his family. Good to know we aren't the only ones who have been dreading Thanksgiving this year.