Want to know the telltale signs that you should get out of a relationship early on before it gets messy? You are in luck: Patti Stanger is to the rescue. The Millionaire Matchmaker hostess explains why women fall for the wrong men all the time and dishes on the secrets to weeding out losers to find your perfect guy.
Listen, we know that it's unfair to compare our real-life romantic partners to the leading men we see on film. But every once in a while, is it so wrong to dream about ditching our husbands or boyfriends and running off to live with Lloyd Dobler from 'Say Anything'?
On the series Millionaire Matchmaker , Patti Stanger's so busy fixing up others that she rarely talks about her own love life. But she took time out recently to dish with FOX News Magazine about her relationship to boyfriend, David Krause.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes decades of time together strewn with a minefield of potential relationship wreckers. It's a wonder that anyone ends up walking off into the sunset, hand-in-wrinkled-hand, with a silver-haired mate. What do those geriatric lovebirds know that you don't? Each decade will have its own drama, be it child-rearing, layoffs, second careers, and middle-aged angst, along with a big helping of the in-sickness-and-in-health stuff. Here's how to have a healthy relationship every step of the way.
There is really never a "good" time to break up with someone, but right before the holidays might be the hardest. Even for those people who know their relationship cannot be fixed, it can be hard to cut someone loose with Christmas music in the background. If you're ready to be single again, what do you do? Stick it out through the holidays, or move on now?
What makes women happy? Believe it or not, it tends to be the little things that make women the most satisfied in relationships. We spoke with Dr. M. Gary Neuman, family counselor and author of "Connect to Love," who, based on his research, gave us some insights on what women want.