Author of new book "The Science Of Sin" explains how gluttony, sloth & more can help your love life.
Pride, greed, gluttony, sloth, envy, anger and lust — the seven deadly sins — get a pretty bad rap in western culture, but a closer look at the scientific record suggests that even these deadliest of vices might not be so deadly after all.
Love lessons from "Always Hit On The Wingman," the new must-read from Glamour magazine's "Jake."
Every month, I always enjoy reading Jake's column in Glamour magazine. Since 1956, it's been penned by a slew of anonymous, single men who've helped countless women navigate the dating world by writing honestly and openly about the game of love from a man's perspective. One of the more recent Jakes has written a book, "Always Hit On The Wingman: And 9 Other Secret Rules For Getting The Love Life You Want."
5 great tips to ensure a year full of love and life in 2012!
It may feel too soon for the crazy Target lady commercials and sea of sequins at parties. But the holidays are here and it’s time to say goodbye to 2011! You don’t have to wait for a countdown or midnight kiss to prepare for your best year yet. Get a running start to a year full of love and life with these five tips.
3 L's and a S. Read and find out what they mean and that you should never give up on anything
Yes, there is no guide to life, and things sometimes may not go the way you plan. Wait, let me correct myself, things NEVER go the way you plan them! Thats life, and we have to deal with that for 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, and 365 days a year until the day we die.
Loving yourself is the key to finding love in others.
If you are searching for a love relationship, but keep getting disappointed .... if you are attracting the same man in a different body over and over again ... or if you feel that you give a lot and get little in return, then there is one question I want you to ask yourself, the answer to which will transform your entire life experience: Do you love yourself?
Unhappy families lead to more unhappy families -- but you can put a stop to it.
When I was a sophomore in college, I started seeing a counselor re: my daddy issues. Up until that first appointment, I had been making it a point to only get involved with guys who made it easy for me to control the situation — so that they wouldn't up and leave me the way my dad left my mom and I when they got divorced. I thought, "If my own father can hurt me, you will, too."
Our biggest problem is that we are disconnected from our deepest desires. When it comes to choosing
Our biggest problem is that we are disconnected from our deepest desires. When it comes to choosing a romantic partner we often fall prey to a superficial image that we created in our head, and remain oblivious of the gentle whisper of our intuition that conveys the longing of our soul. How do we know he is “The One”? Is there any way to tell? Here are some practical steps you can take.
What's different about your dating landscape at 40 than it was 20 years ago? Everything.
What's different about your dating landscape at 40 than it was 20 years ago? Everything. But many women still follow the "good old strategy" that says they just need to look good, play the dating game, and meet as many new people as possible. Sooner or later, they'll find a partner good enough to settle for. Common sense, right? Wrong.
Sex life in a rut? It may partially your fault. Here are three things women do that cool things off
Who doesn't need to spice up their bedroom routine every once in a while? You love your partner and assume he'll initiate sex, so it's all good, right? Not so fast! Did you ever think about what YOUR role is...what you could be doing to turn up the heat? We did, so we asked renowned sex expert and family therapist Dr. Jane Greer. She says women COMMONLY make THREE MISTAKES in the bedroom:
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