I recently read an article on 'Your Tango' speaking patience. It is a learned behavior some men give short shrift. Male patience is usually at low ebb when communicating with females, children, and other perceived life-bothers. My advice to men for gaining patience is this: next time you go shopping, take that one thing you came for and find the longest line. Unfortunately, it may also lend a negative view toward men generally: We're professional idiots.
There are two ways to go around the hardship of moving on -- suck it up or cry like a GAD patient over it... endlessly. I'm no connoisseur of love, but I have my own perceptions about the topic. Everyone's got a tendency to fall for another. However, to look for a partner (in my own opinion) should be a guy's thing -- whereas women are to wait and be found. Yes, consider yourself royalty as a lady -- be worked hard for.
Pinkee here~ I know guys, you want it all. As that rapper tune says: ‘I want a lady on the streets but a freak on the sheets’. Really? Cause according to my sources, you think she doesn’t exist. Maybe that’s one of the reasons you (all of us really, but I’m talking to the guys here today) have so many affairs. You think you can’t have it all in one person. Well, you can, but you’ll have to change some of your thinking to get there. It’s kinda like the Virgin Mary/Mary Magdalene split. Th
At the beginning of the month, blogger Lauren Leto wrote up a hilarious list of stereotypes, based upon the authors people most love to read. It's insulting, but we can't help nodding our heads and chortling because—you know what?—we judge others based on their writing abilities and book choices as well, especially when we're considering spending a lot of quality time with them in the future. Some prosal faux pas to avoid when it comes to the literal language of love?
Besides the fact that never has a racial minority appeared as the Bachelor or Bachelorette on ABC's long-running reality show, we continued to be surprised by contestant Jason Mesnick's choices on last night's episode.Things that would make us sweat (not in a good way)—like being prepared to move cross-country for someone you've known for 48 hours—seem to make this guy smile. Here, a list of things this Seattle-based single dad likes in a lady.