Some people say they "just knew" that they were dating their future spouse. But what about the rest of us? What happens when you're not sure if he's The One? If you're considering long-term commitment or marriage, it's time to ask yourself some tough questions. Below, ten signs that may indicate he's not the one for you.
Scientists can't find enough men who've never seen porn to study them. New breakup: the burnt bridge. The wisdom in Facebooking the one who got away after you're married. Why do men like fake breasts? Why did Tiger Woods do it? Fellow golfer is embarrassed for introducing Tiger to Elin Nordegren. Do you have a shrine to your guy? Tom Matlack finds some truth in New Moon. Brit chick dig Ivy League grad guys. Lady breadwinners feel guilty about it. Love advice from Dungeons & Dragons and sex advice from Star Wars.
If you can't seem to find someone, or can't get a quality relationship to last, you may be experiencing invisible barriers that prevent you from finding the right love. The first step to overcoming these barriers is understanding them. We're here to help.
Do you believe that anything you want will be yours if you just upgrade your attitude? Do you think that you can attract money, happiness and love just by rearranging how you look at the world? Do you — like millions of people around the country — love Deepak Chopra, believe in The Secret, and think that the universe gives back to you exactly what you give it? If so, then we suggest you steer clear of Barbara Ehrenreich's new book, Bright-Sided: How The Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America. In it, she argues that our national obsession with positive thinking might actually be making us stupider, and perhaps worse, sadder.
So you want to try online dating, but don't want to trouble yourself with answering questions like "What's the song that's running through your head most often these days" and "Who's the celebrity you resemble most"? Not to worry, your solution is here. It's called Gelato (http://ge.la.to/) and it allows you to put yourself out there without having to answer a single question with originality or flare.
In honor of the 140th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's birth, we've culled together 4 ways to practice, in your love life, what he preached throughout his life. As Indians take a national holiday to celebrate the anniversary of the politician and spiritual leader's birth, we examine several quotes for which he's best known. Turns out, they serve as good relationship advice, too.
Saturday Night Live has been cranking out sketch comedy platinum, gold, pewter and sometimes poo for 34 years. The Lorne Michaels creation has launched countless entertainment careers and from the Not Ready For Primetime Players through the Digital Shorts provided us with plenty to talk about Monday mornings. But can these 3 – 5 minute comedy segments really teach us anything about love? They can… isn't that special?
We've said it before and we'll say it again. It doesn't just take a village to raise a child (as Hillary Clinton once suggested). It also takes a village to raise a couple. Who's in your village? Are you making the most of what they have to offer? Or are you forgetting one of the best resources your relationship has? Below, some tips on how to help your village help you.
One of the most common questions we hear is, "How do we make our relationship work?" The answers are complicated, varied, and, after a while, can start to sound like muddled platitudes. But these commonplace sayings get repeated because they work. With this in mind, we pulled together 12 cliches that, in fact, reveal simple, tried-and-true advice for having a healthy, happy relationship.
The common denominator between your Aunt Sue, your dentist and that zany, reclusive guy at your office? Love. Relationships and love. We're hard-pressed to find humans who can't relate to having had a crush, a broken heart or, if they're lucky, a lifelong love affair. And therein lies the beauty of YourTango (we admit: we're biased, but can you argue with us?)—we want our readers to live their best possible love lives.
According to Yahoo! Sports, Jarret Stoll, professional hockey player with the Los Angeles Kings, decided that the best way to call off his impending wedding with Rachel Hunter (model, occasional actress, Stacy's mom) was via an email blast. That's right. A mass email to all the wedding guests. Less than two months before the wedding was scheduled to take place. Without bothering to tell her in advance. And yet, we know Stoll is not alone. Many, many people who aren't even athletes call off relationships in much dumber, more cowardly ways than this everyday. Below are just a few examples.