First Lady Michelle Obama gave some advice to not only her daughters, but to all women when it comes to dating. "Find people who will make you better," she said. Definitely words to live by.
Falling in love? Definitely in Like? Great! No one wants to get hurt, rejected or feel like a fool so, how do you move forward openly and keep your heart from being broken? There are a few things you should know first of all, that create that wonderful “crush” feeling that provokes such hope for a happily ever after.
After 25 years of marriage, Maria Shriver separates from California's ex-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger leaving their Los Angeles manson. According to TMZ's website it sited one reason for the couples split was because the former First Lady felt unappreciated in their relationship.
Alice has discovered that her boyfriend, the lovable Timmy Gordon, may have made a serious error in judgement using social media. Once dubbed the Electric Friendship Generator, Alice thinks Facebook is now the Going Steady Stopper. But if Timmy is legitimately contrite for his cheating should Alice give him another chance? If they don't reconcile should she sell his things online?
A Love Alibi is an excuse you give for why you aren't married. Found out how this keeps love away. If you are over 30 and single, you have certainly heard the question, “Why aren’t you married?” There is an subtle undercurrent that goes with the question and you may interpret their prodding into your love life as if they are saying “What is wrong with you?” or “I can’t believe someone like you is still single!”
Alice is going on her first date with Timmy and she's as nervous as a model airplane enthusiast in an airplane full of enthusiastic models. What should she talk about? Where should they go? What should she do at the end of the date? She checks in with a few lady magazines for some tips and tricks for mastering her first date.
Ever heard of the Best Actress Curse? It's the theory that a woman can't win the Academy Award for Best Actress without subsequently losing her man? It may sound crazy but, according to research, the pattern really exists. With three of the five 2011 Oscar Best Actress nominees in serious relationships, we set out to find out why it happens, how leading ladies can avoid this Hollywood hex and what we non-famous folks can learn from it.
When I was single I used to spend a lot of time in the self-help relationships section of the bookstore. After years of searching, every book started to look the same and the advice was just a regurgitation of some other dating expert’s theories I have heard a million times in the past. My mind numb from all the reading and workshops that promised to change my love life, I was starting to suffer from self-help love fatigue.
We all like having a wise person guide us through our problems. But can a person we don't know really help us with relationship advice? Crowdsourcing is a great tool for determining if something is generally good but what it's not great at is nuance. Would you randomly ask strangers for love advice? Would you take it?
Movie lovers everywhere were saddened this week by the death of beloved comic actor Leslie Nielsen, whose signature snowy hair and deadpan delivery made him an icon. Tributes to the funnyman have cropped up across the internet, and we've had a blast revisiting his amazing spoofs and parodies. Weirdly, the Naked Gun and other Leslie Nielsen movies offered great love advice.
Just about every single living person has uttered or likely proclaimed some variation of the phrase “All men suck," “All women are crazy,” or even more extreme, “I’ll never love anyone again.” While you may strongly believe these things as you’re saying them, it’s important to think about the repercussions these utterances could have on your children.
There are bits of love advice that we've heard thousands of times—so often that we stop taking them seriously. These sayings may be tired, but there's a reason things become clichéd—because they're often true! Here are seven pieces of boring-but-beneficial relationship advice, and what they might mean for you.