Well, my LDR boyfriend and I experimented for a month with Tokii and the results are in! Even though we are pretty good communicators already, this site helped me get answers to questions I didn't even know I had (like "Would you marry a woman with fertility issues?"). Plus as an added bonus, we have joined an entire community of couples that have funny stories and insights to share.
The latter half of the year with all of its holiday cheer and requisite obligations can bring stress and burn out at the best of times. If you have the misfortune to be going through some of your "worst of times" during the last couple months of the year the holiday season can take on a whole new meaning. A meaning that you had never planned on getting acquainted with. Unfortunately, life does not work on our own personal desired timeline.
Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year's Eve are the perfect times to spend with friends and family. But, if you find that you're suddenly single or without a partner, how do you get through this special time of year without feeling completely alone? How Do I Survive The Holidays?!
There is really never a "good" time to break up with someone, but right before the holidays might be the hardest. Even for those people who know their relationship cannot be fixed, it can be hard to cut someone loose with Christmas music in the background. If you're ready to be single again, what do you do? Stick it out through the holidays, or move on now?
27 things men say that are total turn-offs. 20 gifts you absolutely don't want. Enjoying the chase of a new relationship. A new couples' holiday survival guide. Some authors are terrible at writing about sex. Some condom ads are downright scary. How to make sex more spiritual. And, can you dump him before Christmas?
Some women prefer Jewish guys. We have to say, with the abundance of good-looking Jewish celebs out there — like James Franco, Jake Gyllenhaal and Adrien Brody — how can you disagree? So in honor of Chanukah, here are some reasons to date an M.O.T. (that's a Member Of The Tribe, for the uninitiated).
If Sarah Jessica Parker seems calmer than the rest of us this Christmas, it's because the actress – who has children James, 9, and two-year-old twins Loretta and Tabitha with husband Matthew Broderick – has a way to avoid holiday hysteria.
Are the approaching holidays leaving you stressed and frazzled? Do you want to learn how to survive them without wanting to drown in your eggnog? 6 Tips To Minimize Holiday Stress In this video, Life Coach & Healer and YourTango Expert, Louann Schwager Tung offers her advice for how to manage the holiday season in a cool, calm and collected manner. Learn why organizing, prioritizing and staying optimistic will make this the best year-end yet.
The other night as we walked home from work, we heard a young woman say to her friend, "My mom asked me what I want for Christmas. I told her, 'Can you buy me a boyfriend? You know, if you see anything tall or handsome.'" That really cracked us up. But this... this isn't as funny.
The rules for hooking up during/after holiday office parties. Are feminists to blame for the "hook-up culture?" Some people will say just about anything to get some tail. Would you stay with your husband if he cheated on you? Britney Spears songs have some great (and awful) things to say about love. The Austrian "sex school" that never was. 12 keys to healthy relationships. And, dating his clone to get over him. Yikes.
With the holidays just around the corner, you're probably well on your way to making a list and checking it twice. If you've recently embarked on a new relationship, the whole process can be a little overwhelming when you hit the stores.
Asking yourself the eternal where-do-we-stand question? His Christmas/Chanukah gift can give you clues to how he feels about your relationship.
You don't have to be Scrooge to hate Christmas. In "A Christmas Carol" we learn that Ebenezer Scrooge used to be a nice boy who became bitter through parental neglect and brittle by his emotional dependence on his sister, who abandoned him by dying. Poor guy. He was the sad product of a dysfunctional family.
by Gregg DeMammos The holidays present couples with extraordinary challenges and opportunities for relationship and personal growth. If we look ahead at what we already know will happen, we can challenge ourselves to rise to the occasion better than ever before. Making agreements as a couple will support the two of you being on the same page, which can be vital as all heck breaks loose as it inevitably does during holiday time. We can also use these opportunities outside of the family situation and bring it into the workplace.
Finding love in an airport. 8 reasons being single during the holidays rocks. Finding a girlfriend for a gay penguin. 10 annoying things that happen in the infant stages of a relationship. What are THE biggest deal-breakers? Getting married when you're financially insecure is not romantic. Wedding porn is ruining your engagement. Can you ask your guy never to contact his exes? Annoying Facebook statuses. And, Viagra-lined condoms.
There's no other time like the holidays to examine your life and how lucky you are to be surrounded by friends and family. While you're at it, you might as well take a look at your relationship with your significant other and see just what makes you click. We're not suggesting you sit down and have a deep, intense one-on-one under the mistletoe (although that's always fun, too), but instead make a game out of it. Tokii is here to help.
Between selecting the perfect gift, booking expensive flights and dealing with the in-laws, the holidays are stressful, and, unfortunately, the closest target for those frustrations is often one's partner. Here are ten common holiday fights couples have during the holidays and how to avoid them.