Want to be insta-attractive? Forget your lip gloss, eyeliner and favorite jeans: all it takes is this simple piece of advice. Our relationship expert tells you how to attract everything from a date to a job offer with this one thing.
Just because you've reached 50 and you're single doesn't mean dating is out of the question for you. There are plenty of other singles out there just waiting to find the perfect match — learn how to attract them with your best qualities.
It seems crazy that the contestants on reality dating shows can fall in love so quickly. What's really happening underneath the passion? Are these feelings of romance about a deeper connection or is it all part of the game?
Unlucky in love? Try this dating advice on for size: consider the men who are attracted to you, rather than only pining away for ones who catch your eye! And don't forget to have a conversation before you dismiss them; you could meet a great match.
Are you in a relationship with a great guy, but you're just not feeling that spark? Do you love spending time with your boyfriend, but there just isn't any chemistry? Are you thinking of ending things because you're just not that physically attracted to him? Is physical attraction necessary to make a relationship work?
It's a known fact that men are visual creatures, which is why they're attracted to women who dress up their own natural beauty. But, does this mean you need a Clueless-type makeover to get a guy to like you? Doesn't that seem like you're changing yourself for him? The Number One Thing Men Find Attractive
We're running an ongoing contest on our Community Blog. Essentially, we give you a topic, you write a kick @$$ post about it in our community blog and share it with your friends and we pick a winner and send you the prize to your email. Write For YourTango And Win!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we're doing our part by hosting a breast-obsessed Twitter party, and you're invited! Health & Life Coach and YourTango Expert, Nicole Burley, will get the convo going by tackling such topics as physical attraction, how to play up your best assets, men's favorite body parts and more. She’ll also be answering all of your love, sex and relationship-related questions.
There are so many things to be concerned about before heading out on a first date: where to go, what to talk about, what not to talk about, etc. And yet, the number one question I always get from my clients who are about to meet someone for the first time is "What do I wear?" It may seem shallow, but how you dress on a first date is actually pretty important. Follow these five tips to make sure your outfit gets his approval.
Everyone knows that in a relationship, attraction goes well beyond physical traits. In a massive new survey of more than 20,000 men and women, YourTango teamed up with Glo.com and Chemistry.com to find out just how much power physical and non-physical traits hold over attraction within a relationship.
I'm sure you've been in a relationship with a man who started out doing all kinds of things to surprise you, like coming up with plans and showing you how much he cared...and then he stopped. And I'm also sure that once he no longer did these unexpected things for you, it made you lose "that loving feeling" that used to drive you wild with excitement to see him and be with him. Well, the reality is that men often experience this same kind of thing with women. When a relationship starts to get more comfortable, more predictable, and has more routines in it, the kind of intense passion that a man once felt can sometimes fizzle out. But what fizzles out isn't just about the physical part of the relationship; it has to do with something I call "emotional attraction".
In the latest video episode of Ask YourTango—where readers seek out advice on love and relationships—Rachel Greenwald answers a question about attraction. Should you go out with a guy if you're not attracted to him? Rachel offers some surprising insight.
What's going on? Is lustful passion so objectifying that it negates tenderness? Is it so difficult for us to accept all that we are? Why can't we be mothers and fathers, needy children, able businesspeople, and also vixens and studs when the time is right?
In today's society, beauty, physical attraction, and sexuality are all commonly misunderstood as some transcendent inevitable fact; falsely interlocking the three makes it seem doubly true that in order to initiate attraction between a man and a woman, both sexes should be beautiful to be sexual. That of course is not true at all.
Last summer a team of scientists published a paper in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. The team had interviewed both individuals having great sex and sex therapists to determine the qualities necessary for what they called “optimal sex”. They identified eight key factors: being present, connection, deep sexual and erotic intimacy, extraordinary communication, interpersonal risk taking and exploration, authenticity, vulnerability and transcendence.