Do you suffer from the scourge of early-90s nostalgia? If you're itching to relive those simpler days, go on a Full House-style date (no San Francisco residency required).
Wake up your inner goddesses: The 'Fifty Shades of Grey' movie is less than a year away!
Now this is the story all about how/Our lives got flipped, turned upside down. And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there/I'll tell you what we learned about love from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air!
From the She Said/She Said series of movie reviews ... Natalie: I really wanted to like Girl Most Likely. Kristen Wiig as a New York playwright with a zany, dysfunctional family seemed promising—almost Bridesmaids-promising.
Dear George Clooney, I had such high hopes for you to finally stop being such a playboy and settle down. I always felt you were a good egg: so intelligent, so philanthropic. I will even admit that years ago, I made a fake profile for our "wedding" on TheKnot.com. I lost interest after a few minutes, but still. And now, after ending your two-year relationship with Stacy Keibler, I find out that you were secretly chasing Eva Longoria? Unsurprising, I must say.
Do you have a "feminine face," as in a smaller jawbone, fuller cheeks, big eyes, and big lips? If so, we've got bad news for you: Men may view you as just a "quick fling," rather than long-term relationship potential.
It's hard for kids to watch their divorced parents date new people. Even harder: tagging along on their parents' romantic getaway. In this new movie, Pam (Toni Collette) takes her 14-year-old son Duncan (Liam James) to Cape Cod, where they live with Pam's new boyfriend Trent (Steve Carrell). But the "vacation" is anything but relaxing, mainly because of the tension between Trent and Duncan. So here are some takeaways for divorced parents!
Whether you just moved to Washington, D.C., or you're a lifer, the city of Northern charm and Southern efficiency presents its own special dating challenges.
Succeeding at marriage after infidelity is akin to surviving a trauma; you often never realize your strength or resiliency until it is called on. And that's worth something!
Earlier this week, we posted an interview with John Gray, whose newest book, "Work with Me: The 8 Blind Spots Between Men and Women in Business," examines how men and women could better understand each other in the workplace. Here are the highlights.