You may not be having a sexual affair, but if you find yourself forming a deep and meaningful bond with someone who's not your partner, you might be treading dangerous water. Steer your relationship back on course with this expert advice.
Suffering from a bad breakup? Always give love another chance. Even if your heart is seriously wounded, there's always a chance to learn from the past and let an amazing new partner into your life.
Stumped on what to get your boyfriend for Christmas? Check out these money-saving tips to learn how to get the best gifts on a budget. Now that'll make you merry!
There's no better feeling than loving and being loved unconditionally. From romantic partnerships to parent-child relationships, this kind of love gives you strength, teaches you patience and fills you with warm fuzzies. We're celebrating all things unconditional love: come join us!
If You're Fighting About Money, Read These Five Tips In our society, money represents power, success, and often even your value as a person. We say (misquoting the Bible,) “Money is the root of all evil," or “money is power;” or “he who has the gold, makes the rules.” We consider it spiritual to take a vow of poverty, and we prosecute and convict people who get greedy.
When it comes to making "couple time" these days, it seems like virtually everything gets ahead of spending time with the ones we love. From a busy workload to catching the kids' soccer games, it can be really difficult to find time to go out on dates with my husband. When we do find the time to get a sitter for a night or two, there are plenty of things we like to do, from having a romantic dinner to indulging in one of those "romantic getaway"-type offerings from luxury hotels in the area.
A question I get asked frequently is, "How do you know whether to stay and fix a relationship or just let go and move on?" Unfortunately, like in most things relational, the answer is, "It depends." Not much initial help, I know, but there are always clues that can help you answer this question.
Having a good cry, the freedom to just get up and go, and more things eight attached women miss most about their Single Lady days.
Have you developed the bad habit of dwelling too much on the same negative thoughts. And there is no outward physical problems associated to them. It is just your negative thinking, like “I’m so depressed” or “I hate my job” or “I can’t do this” or “I hate being fat.” How do you break a bad habit when it is entirely in your mind? There are actually quite a number of ways to de-condition a negative thought pattern.
Monique, 39, self-employed, who owns her own car, is dating a man without a car, and says it depends on who the coworker is. She would need to know this in order to decide if she would be okay with her man riding to work with another woman as opposed to catching the bus. Is this selfish or preventive maintenance? “Boy, you better suffer in the rain and ride that bus for our love!” Monique explains that if she felt uncomfortable, she would expect her man to say no.
Alice and Timmy seem to have the perfect life BUT their TV habits and tastes are not in alignment. And it's tearing their relationship apart. Watch as these two lovable 1950s characters manage their DVR space, taste in programs and SPOILER alerts. Maybe TiVo can keep Alice and Timmy from getting a one-way ticket to Splitsville.