A single man I know once said: If a woman I'm interested in doesn’t seem to love herself, why should I love her...and trying to convince her that she's great would be too f---ing exhausting. When a man meets this kind of woman he may be attracted initially, but after figuring out that she is a project (one he doesn't care to take on), he will soon disappear. Your phone won't ring after the first or second date because if you're not keen on yourself, a good man takes that as a signal to run.
Clouded by a bad thought today? A new study shows that physically throwing away negative thoughts clears them from your head.
Does your mood depend a lot on how people treat you, what they say and how much praise you receive? When you don't get positive feedback, are you just crushed? If so, you aren't alone.
After a lifetime of working on myself, I have made a profound discovery. I have become overly self-sufficient. I trust and believe in myself, but there is something bigger, better and more delicious available and sometimes, my need to be overly independent can compromise that. I am suggesting that there is more to life than trusting ourselves.
Are you worried that your man doesn't find you attractive anymore? Do you find yourself looking for different ways to turn him on like you used to? 10 Things Men Love About Women In this video, Relationship Coach and YourTango Expert LiYana Silver dishes the secret of what men are most attracted to in a woman. Find out how you can use LiYana's idea of a "Pleasure Thermometer" to become irresistible to your guy.
Ever since Anne-Marie Slaughter's article 'Why Women Still Can't Have It All' appeared in the July issue of The Atlantic, I've been fired up and pissed off ... because she's absolutely right.
The way that a person walks, talks and moves can speak volumes to their character and ultimately be a deciding factor in whether or not you choose to approach them. Is your body language sending the right message to your potential suitors?
Play Friday Love Trivia! What percentage of women claim to have "high self-esteem"? What is most women's favorite body part on themselves? Do most people really tend to gain weight when they get into a new relationship? Would most women change their appearance for their partner (even if they didn't agree with his criticism?) Do men find Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Aniston more attractive?
Aristotle defined envy as the pain caused by the good fortune of others. Often used interchangeably, but not to be confused with, jealousy (which describes the fear of losing something), envy is longing for something you don't have. In the case of Snow White, the object of the evil Queen's envy was her youth and beauty.
Do you want to have better sex? Of course you do! We all do! Do you want to know how you can get it? It's really easy and as long as your pain tolerance is through the roof and you have the necessary funds, you can pull it off. Are you ready? Get a boob job!
In case you missed it, Samantha Brick, whose name even sounds made-up, wrote about how "pretty" she is, and how it leads to constant spontaneous gift-giving by men around her. "There are downsides to being pretty," she wrote. "The main one being that other women hate me for no other reason than my lovely looks."
Dear Dr. Romance: What to say in this situation? Okay, so there's this girl in my art class that I really want to talk to and get to know! Problem is she sits at a different table than me and I just plain don't know what to say to her! I'm a senior and she's a sophomore! What should I say to her to show her I'm interested in her? I haven't talked to her yet so I need something to break the ice! Dear Reader: To break the ice, break something! Break a colored pencil or a crayon or something, and then go ask her if you can borrow hers.
It’s Monday and you’re talking on the phone with a nice guy you’re interested in. After some chit-chat he finally asks you out on a date. It goes something like this: Nice Guy: Do you want to go out for dinner Saturday night? You: Yes, that would be nice. Nice Guy: Okay, I’ll call you later in the week to firm up the plans. I’m looking forward to it. You: Me too. Talk then. [Click.]