Coffee dates? Been there. Cocktails? Done that. Try something new for a great first date.
Planning a first date can be exciting but it can also become routine and tired. If you have been on a string of first dates, you may find yourself constantly planning the same night out. Going to dinner, meeting for coffee or cocktails at happy hour seem to be the norm.
You can get through the holidays happily and healthily, opening up to true love and joy, right here!
I’m the first to admit I have some strong opinions, some of which have been wildly popular, and others absolutely not. That could be because we have been indoctrinated into a modicum of agreement on what’s polite, etiquette or even appropriate when it comes to giving unsolicited advice. Or (my suspicion is) we are simply afraid of the truth. However you look at it, the consequences for such straight talk can be stringent; tribal ostracization, social paralysis or, worse, no one likes you and you die alone.
How the tango helped one woman heal after her divorce.
At a woman's styling class, a tango diva announced to us students, "You must love yourself enough to say 'no' to bad dancers." And she added, "Women here get their attitude ready when they are preparing to leave the house. You must be strong and confident on the dance floor."
I thought about her words as I put on my new stilettos, my tango dress. I knew that tango was transforming more than my broken heart. It was a way of approaching life. Fully feeling both good and bad experiences, not shying away from either.
Dancing With The Stars' Tony Dovolani says dancing improves relationships.
Now in his seventh season on Dancing With The Stars, professional dancer Tony Dovolani spends much of his time between seasons presenting seminars and giving private instruction. Wherever he goes, he sees couples reconnecting through ballroom dancing. Dovolani says learning to dance teaches communication skills and fosters respect. The physical activity is a great stress reliever and the positive feelings about the shared experience makes couples excited to carve out alone time.
Susan Quilliam discusses the newly revised classic.
Susan Quilliam discusses the newly revised "The Joy of Sex," which was originally released in 1972.
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The sex book that flew off shelves in the 1970s enters the 21st century.
The classic sex manual The Joy of Sex, which was originally released in 1972, is now available with updated illustrations, advice and insight about sex, our bodies and sexual attitudes. British sexologist Susan Quilliam talks with YourTango about the new edition.
Is massive mileage keeping you and your man apart? Let Love U help bridge the distance.
Is massive mileage keeping you and your man apart? Let Love U help bridge the distance. Also, how NOT to read a love letter on your webcam. Move to the head of the class with Love U, YourTango's hall of higher learning about love and relationships. Host Tiffany Smith teaches the one class where you will actually enjoy the homework. http://www.yourtango.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
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