Maybe the media blows it out of proportion but it seems like we often spend a lot of time trying to change others around us. Although most of the time we mean well, is this actually hurting our loved ones?
The best way to get over someone is not to get under someone new. It might make you feel good in the moment, but trust me when I tell you that no woman wants to deal with a dude on the rebound pining about the one that got away. First, you gotta face the facts — it's over and she ain't coming back. Period. Not later. Not tomorrow. Not ever. So learn to move on with style, will ya?
The "other woman." This is quite possibly the worst phrase and feeling for someone to accept. Instead of spending your time analyzing his every move, let's recognize the signs beforehand, so you never have to take this terrible title.
There is no heart-wrenching feeling than going through a divorce with a person who was supposed to be your soulmate for life. What happens after the dust has settled and the forever that you were promised disappears? Liza Caldwell and Kimberly Mishkin (of Support And Solutions For Women) let you know that you have a lot to look forward to.
A small percentage of men and women — under 5 percent — meet the criteria for full-blown Narcissistic Personality Disorder, but a much higher number of people have narcissistic traits. If you find yourself dating someone who is narcissistic, the summary version involves you feeling frustrated, angry and hurt. Check out the telltale signs.
From the floating butterflies in your stomach to your sweaty palms, falling for someone new is a universal experience. Because of this, it's only natural to want to help your children put their best foot forward when it comes to confronting their crush. But what do you do when the heart racing feeling turns into heartache?
It's spring and love is in the air — cue the hilarious (and somewhat inappropriate) GIFs. Plus, five reasons why that morning cup of mud is good for your mojo! It's all in our weekly roundup of love, sex and relationship news!
When your once active love and sex life begin to take a turn for the worse, is there any way of saving your relationship? In this video, Relationship expert Matthew Walters is joined by YourTango marriage experts Esther Perel, Lesli Doares, Cynthia Chestnut and Elisabeth LaMotte to touch on the nitty gritty reasons why the feelings of love and intimacy shared between you and your partner sometimes change.
Women have unrealistic expectations about what guys should know about dating and relationships. I know this because — you guessed it — I'm a female. And while we don't expect you to magically know everything we're thinking all of the time, we do expect you to magically know what we're thinking most some of the time.
Do you have crazy trust issues? When you're out on a date with your partner, does he often get whiplash from your mood swings? If you find that you are constantly being visited by the green eyed monster, it's more than possible that you are playing a hand in wrecking your own relationship.
Do you find yourselves having the same fight over and over? How can you effectively communicate with your partner without going to bed angry? Relationship expert John Gray is joined by YourTango experts Bonnie Eaker Weil, Christine Baumgartner, Tammy Nelson and Susan Campbell to discuss the possible reasons why you and your husband are constantly fighting.
What is important is knowing which types of men to avoid. Some are universally bad news. If your guy sounds like one of these, you might just need to cut your losses (and fast). Why set yourself up for heartbreak on purpose. Makes no sense, right?
Grab some tissues and get ready! An 11-year-old was walked down the 'aisle' with her cancer-striken father since he won't be there for her future wedding. Are you making these six classic mistakes with men? Lauren Conrad wants to help you get over your ex. It's all in our weekly roundup of love, sex and relationship news!
We absolutely go gaga over epic love stories ... and part of the reason is because long-term commitment is so elusive these days. So why is it so hard to find? Plus, date night ideas to get you excited for spring. It's all in our weekly roundup of love, sex and relationship news!
Isaiah Washington's character, Savon, from 'Love Jones' had a particular line that stuck with me from the very first viewing: "You guys are always hoppin' and fallin' in love. Love ain't what it is. It's easy to fall in love, but will someone, please, tell me how to stay there?" It initially struck me because my naive self couldn't understand it, then later struck me for its truth once I was a bit older and wiser. Where I once thought that falling in love was the difficulty, I now see Savon's point — standing and staying in it is where the real work lies.