Ron Geraci, dating expert and author of The Bachelor Chronicles, opens up about his best and worst dating experiences.
Does the start of fall mark your transformation into a sports widow? Does spring fever mean the only home runs being scored are on the baseball diamond? And does March Madness leave you playing one-on-one, solo? If so, take a time out and watch Love U's "How To Enjoy Watching Sports With Your Man."
The Handjob Handbook authors' new book, 101 Places To Have Sex Before You Die (Simon Spotlight Entertainment, $13) hits shelves November 4. Old standbys like the airplane bathroom and the kitchen floor are mixed among more creative locales. The book provides tips and handy icons rating each locale on its levels of risk and exposure. If a place is especially conducive to same-sex partners (the gym, duh) or a bribe's likely required (backseat of a cab), Marsha Normandy and Joseph St. James (pseudonyms, can you believe it?) have mapped that out for you, too.
Though the conventional wisdom favors honesty above all else, cruelty and contempt often masquerade as honesty and are reliable predictors about the end of a relationship, and nothing encourages brutal honesty like marriage or a long-term relationship. Here are seven ways to build kinder, gentler honesty into your marriage.
Love Buzz would like to point Tango readers in the direction of Miss Information, Nerve's dating columnist and all-around funny girl. Penned by Erin Bradley, former dating blogger, present humor and life blogger, this weekly, clever advice is a must-read for all seekers of dating wisdom.