It's almost summertime, which means the living—and weddings—should be easy. With these practical and eco-friendly tips from Fox News iMag, you'll be able to create long-last wedding memories without hurting the environment or going into major debt.
Have you ever tried to talk to your father about a recent breakup, only to have him change the subject? Have you ever started crying to your dad and received a totally blank response? In her new book, "Our Fathers, Ourselves," Dr. Peggy Drexler explains that fathers often feel "powerless" when they witness their daughters show strong emotion.
It was good while it lasted, and they were even seen attending the same Santa Monica church (though not together) last Sunday, but it's really time for Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver to shut it down.
Here at LoveMom, we're all about fresh perspectives on being a mother. That's why in the latest edition of Baby Bytes, we're bringing you some untraditional Mother's Day-related info nuggets: from why on Earth you would want to name your kid after furniture (ahem, Mariah Carey) to how to mother yourself in middle age.
If you're like a ton of people, you've probably gone through sexual dry spells, lack of libido, periods of low sexual satisfaction, and other mojo-losing setbacks. But some sexual problems are so chronic that it's impossible to get your booty in gear without going to a sex therapist.
Sometimes we take the most fundamental things for granted: The taste of a strawberry milkshake on a hot day, finding out you have the day off when you thought you didn't, seeing a man hold a baby. All of these experiences are a teensy bit cliche, but they have something in common: They make you feel good. You might think some of these famous love quotes are cliche, too, but stop and think about their meaning for a minute. There's nothing stale about universal truths and good advice. So read on for some nuggets of time-tested wisdom from the most famous people in history.