Bad news bears, singles: Match.com has released a new survey that shows the dating rules have changed. Again. But even though the playing field has become a bit of uncharted territory, the traditional dating do's and dont's still apply.
Seven ideas that treat V-Day not as glorification of romance, but as a celebration of love in general—love for yourself, your friends, your community and for the world. The ideas will even work for those who would prefer to be coupled up. So go forth and revel—no matter what your relationship status is.
Max Green, 32, who just moved back home from the West Coast, recently told the New York Post, "I moved back in with my parents in August. I was dissatisfied with my job, was thinking of going back to school, and wanted to be close to my family."
Every now and then, science does us a favor and sheds some much-needed light on the differences between men and women. Given the number of misconceptions there are about love, a group of psychologists took it upon themselves to review existing research and debunk six sex and gender myths most of us believe, although we shouldn't.
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."
Thousands of people ran the New York City Marathon yesterday, and all kinds of characters crossed the finish line, including Elvis Presley, Captain America, Batgirl, a chicken... and newlyweds Mary and Raymond Donaldson!
It's all trick and no treat this Halloween: Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are over! Just 72 days after Kim Kardashian's lavish fairy tale wedding, the reality star has filed for divorce earlier this morning, citing "irreconcilable differences."
Worried your spouse is keeping something from you? Well, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling's new online poll says they are: But it's not what you think.
We hate to say we told you so, but...who are we kidding? WE TOLD YOU SO! Women, according to a new study, are the stronger sex due in part to their double X chromosomes. Dr. Jennifer Ashton, a medical correspondent for CBS's The Early Show, says it's often heard that "women are stronger when it comes to being more stoic when they're sick," but now there's actual scientific proof.
"Glee" star Lea Michele: "I'm a girl who eats … I'll have a big Italian dinner, and I don't give a crap because it makes me happy." We should all be more like Lea Michele!