Baseball season is winding down, but there’s a lot couples can learn from the game to help keep their romance alive. In the beginning of a relationship, hardly anybody complains about romance, since you’re still on Cloud 9. And if you don’t know how to keep things flowing, it can eventually start to die down the longer you’re together. Here are five tips to rejuvenate and enhance you and your honey’s relationship and keep it as romantic as possible:
A lot of us have silly superstitions, but who wouldn't be tempted to keep wearing a "Little Black Dress" on first dates if said dress has an 100-percent success rate? The New York Post's Christina Amoroso is the lucky owner of this seemingly-charmed piece. The writer noticed a trend emerging every time she broke out her basic H&M LBD to wear on first dates... she always got a second-date invite. Intrigued by its apparent magic, she continued to wear the dress and it continued to produce remarkable results. Crazy!
As a man, I have, on several occasions, been freaked out by one or more of these things. 1)Talking about having or naming babies. Unless you are pregnant or are currently in possession of an unnamed baby there should be no reason to be playing "if we had a baby what would we name it?" game. Second, the concept of a baby is scary to a man because it means they are essentially tied to you forever.
How about the same rehashed, trite article you might find at written by someone who has on several occasions personally been freaked out by one or more of these things. It's all well and good having a woman telling other women how to avoid scaring men off but I think a man's perspective is golden. So here are
You have a unique, specifically crafted for you Design, Purpose and Evolutionary path that matches your life lessons. Yet…are you living the life that is not yours? Are you trying hard to fit yourself into the human puzzle that does not fit you? You are not alone! We all want to belong, to be like everyone else, and to be loved!
What's on your bucket list (in no particular order)?... a fulfilling, intimate relationship a career doing what you love and earning what you deserve travel time to have nurturing, connected friendships and family relationships self-expression through creative and artistic endeavors home schooling your children owning a bed and breakfast getting fit buying your first home Fill in your own dreams 'n desires ____________
College is a time for exploration, and that means you’ll not only be perusing the schedule of classes to find those that suit your interests, but also the student body to get yourself a few dates. For many students, dating is old hat. You’ve been there and done that in high school, so it’s no big deal, right? In fact, college dating is a little different than high school dating. The stakes are a higher for several reasons. First, your parents aren’t around to keep you in line with a curfew and an insistence on meeting the people you’re inviting in.
Whether you're trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or bring more consciousness to your eating habits, I'd like to offer you this quick questionnaire to help you make choices that are in line with your goals. The next time you find yourself with a fork in your hand, try to ask yourself the following four questions before that fork makes it to your mouth: 1. Am I hungry?
Earlier this month, YourTango celebrated the very first Break Up With Your Ex Day. In addition to providing readers with tons of tools and and advice on how to delete an ex from one's life, YourTango also teamed up with the folks behind the film Love Stalker in order to provide those in the New York area with a hands-on way to move on from the past and move forward with true love (or... um... unbridled lust).
So often I hear clients say they're sure that they're "defective," which causes them to not be dating material. But one client recently had a revelation, noting, “I realized I'm not 'wrong,' but instead that I’m doing something wrong.” Bingo. The majority of women who come to me for help with dating and relationships lack confidence. Most are sure something is wrong with them. What else would explain why they are still single at this time in their lives?
My mother is a consummate story teller. Put a kid in front of her and she transforms into some odd rendition of Dr. Seuss. Put her in a room of adults she only tones it down a little bit. She has a story in her head for every imaginable occasion and to illustrate any given point. Just about every time I call her she will start the conversation by saying, “ I’ve got a story/poem/article I’d like to tell/read you.” Based on this love of stories, my mother is the keeper of the history of our family.
"Couples skaters" Archibald and Genevieve answer a question common to people in new relationships. Question: I've been dating this guy for three months and my friends are saying I'm not seeing them enough. What's the best way to handle this? -Susan Got a question? Ask it now at http://www.yourtango.com/questions
We asked the top love experts to give the final word on the most-asked relationship and dating questions. In this episode of "The Final Word," we asked them what qualifications should determine if a person is "The One." They offered some surprising insight into this common question.
Men discuss the careful timing when it comes to getting married.