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The things we eat, and the ways in which we eat them, have the potential to make or break our closest love connections. Let's discuss why food is so important to our relationships, and how special recipes can keep the flame deliciously alive!
Breaking up is hard to do, but our favorite Tweeps are here to ease the pain with their bottomless font of wit and wisdom (but mostly wit). Get ready to cry happy tears.
After all of the drama and hardships that Rihanna and ex-boyfriend Chris Brown have been through, she is still tweeting him and wishing him "the best."
We invite you to join us on Monday, Oct. 1 for two hours as we delight in combining the sensual pleasures of food and love. Have a favorite go-to recipe you like to prepare for your S.O.? Experienced a food-related dream-date — or dating horror story? Had interesting experiences with incorporating food preferences into a relationship? We'd love to learn more!
YourTango invites you to join us on Tuesday, September 11 for two hours as we share the questions and answers and enjoy insightful discussion about methods to make sure that your relationship stands the test of time — and tiny fingers.
‘If we all put our problems into a hat and then picked out of it someone else’s problems, we’d all ask for our own back.’ In this Facebook/Twitter/Social Media world that we live in, it’s easy to get caught up in the game of “compare and despair”. You know what I mean? You see your “friends” (some of them you’ve never even met in person! posting pictures of their amazing vacations)Envy Are you counting other people’s blessings instead of your own?
My wedding is less than two months away - thank goodness. I am thrilled to be marrying my best friend, but to be quite honest, the whole process has been a headache. There’s the collision of familial cultures, the mothers’ good-intentioned “suggestions,” the always-increasing guest list and, of course, very important wardrobe decisions to be made. Regardless of the family dynamics and other emotionally-charged choices in wedding planning, no one can deny that it is outrageously expensive.
Breaking up with someone has never been easy, but in this age of status updates, checking in and documenting your every move online, it's only getting harder. Not only do you have to find a way to remove your ex from your real life, but you've got to hit delete on their digital presence as well.
YourTango recently caught up with the woman behind the online phenomenon Single Girl Problems, a blog dedicated to the trials and tribulations of single women around the world. Here, she sheds her nuggets of wisdom on love, sex, relationships ... and everything in-between. Be sure to catch her on Twitter @snglegrlprblms.
YourTango and Ford invite you to join us on Tuesday, August 14 for two hours of rousing conversation all about your R&R (road and relationship) time!
Want to talk out your dating and relationship problems with people who spend over 40 hours a week thinking and writing about this stuff? You should join @YourTango and @MensLifeToday for a Twitter party where we discuss all things love and sex with our expert "dudeitor" Tom Miller. Ahem, excuse us, @tomfoolerytm. Use the hash tag #menslifetoday.
In order to celebrate Irresistible You, 12-day initiative dedicated to helping you feel confident about yourself and your relationship, YourTango is hosting a fun party on Twitter! And, guess what? You're invited!
It's perfectly normal for a guy to text his girlfriend with "good morning" to get her in a good mood for the day. Going through the hassle of taking a screenshot of this ordinary text and uploading it to a social media platform for the world to see, however, is not normal.
If your friends on Facebook and Twitter keep asking how old you are, you may want to reconsider your use of emoticons, winkies, smiley faces and beating heart icons in your updates. The days of Lisa Frank cuteness are over, toots. It's time to grow up and accept the boring lines and excel spreadsheets of adulthood.
When trying to pick out a mate, what qualities do you think creates the strongest attraction and greatest possibility of success? Is it your looks, your sense of humor, or your astrological sign? Those factors are so 20th century according to a new dating website that matches people up based on their social networking prowess on sites like Facebook and Twitter.