Today I returned home after spending 8 days with my angel. He lives 5 hours away from where I currently live, it's difficult to say the least! The next week will be hard to get through. I know this because I have been through this several times over the past 3½ months. I miss him greatly when we are apart and mostly find myself wallowing in my grief until I see him once again. I will not sleep for next few days, hello insomnia.
Being in-love is a feeling like no other. It's a yearning of the heart that affects your mind like a drug, whether your lover is right in front of you, or you're anticipating a call or your next encounter. You have an insatiable desire to just be engulfed by each other. Ahhh, and it feels so good.
In basketball, a rebound is a successful act of a team gaining control of the ball after a missed shot. However, in dating, a rebound can often be an unsuccessful attempt to date someone who recently came out of a relationship. If you are dating someone on the rebound, it's important to have a clear understanding of where they are emotionally before fully committing yourself. Although some rebound relationships turn into lifelong loves, it's best to look at the big picture before planning your happily ever after.
The movie got us thinking: what does crazy mean in your relationship?
After Johnny Depp split from longtime love Vanessa Paradis, he was seen on-and-off with a certain actress. Now, the two are officially on and he's confessing he's in love.
When you first meet, your partner is almost perfect. There's the breathlessness of passion and the constant surprise of new things you have in common. You totally know this is your soulmate, the person you've been looking for your whole life. As time passes you still love your soulmate, but you begin to wonder if you're "in love" with them.
by Julie Robinson Have you ever sought advice for your love life? Maybe you read self-help dating books or write to “experts” asking for advice. Like most of us, you probably consult your friends. Not too long ago, I wrote an article for Dating Sauce where I shared a story and asked for help on a topic close to my heart—I wanted to learn how to get a Golden Pussy.
We have only to look at the divorce rate—41% for first marriages, 60% for second marriages, and a whopping 73% for third marriages (http://www.divorcerate.org/)—to know that people often fall out of love with their spouse. Why do so many people fall out of love?
Have you seen our first lady lately? The White House must be treating her well because she is looking superb. We love our first lady Michelle Obama ... not just because she is the hottest first lady ever, but also because she has her husband's back.
Ruby and Jim had been dating for 11 months and were considering marriage. Ruby, 32, felt "head over heels" in love with Jim, but she had felt head over heels in love with Adam, as well as with Mark. "That feeling didn't last with Adam or Mark. How do I know it will last with Jim? How can you tell when it's the real thing?"
#YouKnowYoureInLoveIf is trending on Twitter right now. That makes us think: How do you really know when you're in love? Well, here's what some of the Twitter-sphere had to say!
Despite high divorce rates, long-term love is not a fairytale. According to a study published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, 48 percent of the 274 married Americans surveyed said they were "very intensely in love" with their spouses. In New York state, however, the figures were drastically different...
Being in a serious relationship during college hasn't always felt like luxury, but it's always felt like love. I can't count the number of times our dates consisted of ordering in the cheapest, fattiest foods (Gumby's ring a bell?) or cramming in the library for two days straight with bag lunches. I know that someday I'll be able to look back on these cheap date memories of undergrad and know that I spent them with my best friend and my lovah! Talk about having your cake and eating it too.