Grab your guy and plan a romantic, "late-summer-night's dream" date.
Summer may be coming to a close soon — way too soon, if you ask us — but that doesn't mean you can't go out, live it up and have fun to make the best out of these last days of warmth and freedom. So why not go on a romantic, "late-summer-night's dream" date?
Are you SURE you'll never act on those unfaithful instincts?
In light of all the controversy still surrounding the Kristen Stewart/Rupert Sanders affair, let's take a look at some of the ways affairs actually begin. For most, affairs aren't necessarily wrapped up in mere curiosity. Nor are they always about the sensual, sweaty romp most imagine. Sometimes, it's not even about sex at all.
The couple that brawls (and bawls) together balls together. Plus, why women gossip.
Fighting, here and there, can be great for your relationship. Get over a guy by pretending he was awful. Could good kissing lead to better sex? Women gossip for a good reason. Birth control can lower your libido. What if your new guy hates your dog? 20 pickup lines never to use on the subway.
Both genders say they believe in financial honesty, but women sometimes cover up (shoe?!) purchases.
With more and more couples choosing cohabitation over marriage each year, the idea of couples sharing money matters is no longer reserved just for married folks. But what exactly are they sharing? The bills, for sure, because they have to — but what about the other things they spend their money on?
What's the most romantic thing anybody has done or could ever do for you?
Did you know that August is National Romance Awareness Month? That's right — and we think that means it's time to think about romance in a new way. After all, according to a recent survey by dating site Zoosk.com of about 2,300 Americans — both singles and coupled-up folks — 78 percent of us consider romance in a relationship "very important."
How to propose at a sporting event -- and how not to.
26-year-old Olympian Matt Grevers won the 100-meter backstroke last February at the Missouri Grand Prix. After a quick photo-op on the medal stand, Grevers decided to give his longtime girlfriend (and teammate) Annie Chandler a start… by proposing.
Avoid trouble in paradise and let your first romantic vacation be your best one.
Taking your first vacation, as a couple, is a huge relationship milestone. Travel is stressful, no matter where you're going or how many margaritas you've had. Will your relationship survive the journey or will it get left behind in paradise? Here are three ways to ensure your love will outlast your vacation.
Fake it 'til you make it? A recent study found that people who act in love often end up in love.
A study conducted on 100 speed-daters found that singles who acted like they were in love on speed dates were more likely to make a genuine connection with the person across the table from them. From physical affection to sharing your dirty secrets, "faking" love with someone, no matter how small the gestures, can land you in real love.
Life has become impossibly busy for most of us. For many women, life is full of distractions and worries, which can create sexual frustrations, which in turn can create sexual avoidance or kill desire. Does this sound like you? If so, I have a technique for you, taken from my book SexTalk (2002). It's called Taking the Great Dane for a Walk.
Couplehood a little stale? Shake it up with our experts' advice!
Is your long-term relationship feeling a little too ... long-term? Over time, it's only natural for couples to become quite comfortable with one another, but when things become too routine, too monotonous or too mundane, it's time to shake things up. According to our Irresistible You survey, 37% of YourTango readers polled agree that trying new things together is the best way to for couples to avoid becoming lazy or complacent in their relationships. Wanna know what our experts think you should do to beat complacency? Check out their suggestions below.
Couples and sex therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod shares her proven strategy for having great sex at home
How to Get Time for Intimacy (without Spending the Big Bucks) if You're Parents of Small Children (EXPERT)
To have intimacy in a relationship, couples need to have the four T's: Time, Talk, Trust and Touch. But for many parents of small kids, finding the time to talk and touch intimately is difficult. Who will take the kids? It's a problem.