Six tendencies of single men that women would benefit from emulating.
Believe it or not, there are some ways women can benefit from taking a cue from our male counterparts. John Gray says that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, and I agree. So, let's take a look at what we can learn from our Martian brothers.
Singles are saying "Don't bring me presents; bring me a boyfriend!"
On a recent episode of Bravo's Shahs of Sunset, Mercedes "MJ" Javid threw herself a birthday party. In lieu of presents, she asked guests to bring an eligible bachelor her to meet. Could this be the new, burgeoning trend?
Looking for love? Let me help you find it with these 12 simple steps...
I recently wrote a column for women about tips for finding love—you wouldn’t believe the amount of men who wrote in asking What about us? We want to find love too!
Here you go Gentlemen—this is for YOU!
Finding Love: 12 Tips for MEN…
He may never admit he worries about anything, but trust us, he does.
As problem-solvers, men look for the fastest, most effective ways to work through issues, and many think the best way is to do that alone. But therein lies the main challenge for relationship dynamics: He wants to work through it alone and thus fails to communicate it, and his significant other knows something's wrong, but doesn't know what it is, and may assume it has something to do with her, even if it doesn't.
What should you do when a former fling comes back to entice you once again?
After having an affair eight years ago, out of the blue the man calls me to tell me he "wanted to make sure I was okay," and ended the call with "I also wanted to tell you I still love you after all these years."
When there is heartbreaking or devastating news, do you want someone who is a teddy bear or a bull?
Jennifer Aniston famously accused Brad Pitt of not having a 'sensitivity chip' after their break-up. He had made a few press worthy decisions that appeared insensitive and hurtful towards their relationship and to her. How can you determine if someone's sensitivity chip is properly installed?
For some people, the idea of being in a social setting is comparable to a torture treatment. The anxiety and the pressure to talk one on one or to a group leaves a select few in sheer panic. Understandably, this can create more awkardness and ultimately, shyness - the exact opposite of what was intended.
Here's a few tips to help with being comfortable in a social setting.