Finding and snagging Mr. Right can be as easy as following some of these helpful hints. Here are some awesomely good dating tips for women.
Let's face it, ladies, when it comes to sex, we have a lot to learn, especially if we've been with the same partner for a long time. And who better to give women sex tips than men?
Dating and mating are SO much work sometimes! The guesswork of whether or not the guy you're crushing on is crushing on you back can leave you spiraling around, second-guessing his every interaction, trying to understand if he's actually into you. Well, ladies, I'm here to help.
No relationship is perfect. We all know this. We're not perfect and therefore our relationships will never be perfect either. That's okay. That's normal. But success in relationships — romantic and otherwise — have a lot to do with proper communication. In fact, most relationship problems are caused by poor communication.
Guys, let me let you in on a little secret. Sometimes, we fake it. I know, I know. It's shady and you don't like it. But sometimes, it just happens.
Last year, after celebrating 15 years of me griping about the price of flowers and returning jewelry I didn't like, my husband finally got the hint and got me ... nothing. Unlike most of my friends, I really didn't mind. Plus, compared to some of the whoppers on this list, nothing seems like the best gift ever.
Taking a break is one of the most challenging, frustrating, and saddening parts of a relationship. No one wants to feel as though their relationship has failed or that they themselves have somehow failed. But sometimes, a break is necessary. Not only is it necessary, sometimes, it's a good thing.
According to a recent study, January is the most depressing month of the year. In fact, a study of 1,000 couples in Britain found that in January, couples fight for more than eight minutes a day and have 20 arguments during the month, compared to about 15 fights in the other months.
Yesterday's episode of The Revolution on ABC was all about "jumpstarting your sex life." When the conversation turned to how 15 to 20 percent of people are in no sex or low sex relationships, and the knee-jerk reaction was "That's saaaad," Tim Gunn interjected and admitted that he's been celibate — and is NO SEX, absolutely none! — for 29 YEARS.
It's hard, especially if you've been a long-term relationship or marriage, to keep the sexy alive. It's easy to fall into a rut when it comes to a romp in the bedroom -- we've all done it -- and harder than ever to come back out of the rut with some new sexy moves.
Seriously, ABC, this season's girls of The Bachelor are by far the worst crop ever in the history of the show. That said, these girls bring good ratings because they are completely mad and make great television. All that said, last night's drama all revolved around one woman in particular. It was all about Shawntel.
Confidence is one of the sexiest things about a woman. It shows that she has other character traits that men love — the ability to stand up for herself, empowerment, good looks, and sassiness. Not only that, but confident women embrace their assertiveness over their own sexuality — and they know what they want.
Most of the time, dates go bad for any number of reasons, both big and small—he picks his teeth or talks about himself too much. You find there is no chemistry or he is simply not that interesting to you. Sometimes, however, it's harder to tell. Sometimes a guy seems perfectly nice and there is some chemistry, but you still can't really tell.
You're probably not going to say it, so I will: After awhile sex with the same partner can get a little, well, OLD. I know, I know, it sounds mean, but I don't mean it that way. It's just that once you're with the same person for longer than a couple years, sex can get a little, well, BORING.
I was worried when Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher split. But it got worse: Yesterday we found out Katie Couric has broken up with Brooks Perlin, the boyfriend who is young enough to be her son. These aren't even the only celebrity cougar couples that broke up recently — there's been more.