After two and half years together and a few short domestic trips, my now-husband and I put our relationship to the test with a two-week jaunt through China. Sure, hiking the Great Wall, braving squatter toilets, and eating breakfast with chopsticks were all an adventure, but the real challenge of vacationing together was spending every minute together for 15 days straight. If you think your relationship is up to the test, do yourself (and him) a favor by following my hard-learned tips…
New York Times bestselling author of Honeymoon With My Brother shares love lessons from around the world. After being left at the altar, Franz Wisner decided to go on his honeymoon—with his brother. The journey didn't stop there. The pair traveled to seven more countries, along the way learning about love and relationships around the world. Wisner's voyage led him to not only recover from his breakup, but to find a new love. Watch to learn more about his story.
Liz Tuccillo consults professionals -including an Italian poet and a professor- to find out how to fall in love. More Juicy Content From YourTango: Help! I'm Almost 40 And Still Single Dating: The One Piece Of Advice All Single Women Need? 5 Things Single Women Hate To Hear
Liz Tuccillo talks to Italian women who say they slap- and sometimes stab!- men to show authority and be heard. More Juicy Content From YourTango: Help! I'm Almost 40 And Still Single Dating: The One Piece Of Advice All Single Women Need? What To Never Tell A Single Woman
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Liz Tuccillo, Sex and the City writer and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, discovers that some women and men are opting out of arranged marriage and working, dating and holding out for love. They tell Liz, "We've met the cautionary tales, and they're married."
Jon Gosselin landed in New York City on Tuesday without his 22-year-old girlfriend Hailey Glassman after their week-long whirlwind in France. Speculations suggest she's sick of the media and ducked back into the States to avoid cameras, while her friends are saying she's dating Jon for all the wrong reasons. YourTango.com has details.
This is one man who's happy to ask for directions. But should he trust his wife… or his new GPS? "For the last nine years, my wife has been my shining directional beacon, a kind of sit-next-to-me Northern Star. When we lived in New York City, she would send me on the subway with yellow post-it notes that detailed the stops and transfers. Without these handwritten guides, I'd likely be penning this story as an emissary of the mole people. But this year, I was given a Garmin global positioning system (GPS) as a birthday gift—a robot whose sole responsibility was to offer me the best route to take."