Men are great, but do women really need them? In this new video, four relationship experts, matchmakers and coaches discuss the finer points of gender roles and what "need" really means, anyway.
While we might expect teenage boys to stash dirty magazines under their beds, the same cannot be said about grown men in committed relationships. But what if you found out your boyfriend or husband had a dirty little secret hiding on his computer? Would you feel betrayed to learn that his teenage habit had extended into his adulthood?
Why do so many women insist on waiting to have sex with someone they really like and connect with on a physical and personal level? We'd like to think that it's because some guys like to do this funny thing where they completely change their behavior and personality after the deed is done. Why is that?
Why do men seem to be attracted to mean or bossy girls? If you're nice and considerate, is he going to grow bored of you? In this video, YourTango expert and Relationship Coach LiYana Silver dissects the allure of the "bitchy woman," and explains how you can create the same effect in a new or current relationship without being a ranting, raving, mean girl.
Are you starting to believe the idea that "all the good men are taken"? Are your friends turning you into a 'Negative Nancy' when it comes to dating? Well, it's about time you approached your search for a guy with a different attitude. Male Take: Where To Meet Good Men
Is chivalry dead? When it comes to dating, is chivalry an art or something that’s innate? Who teaches men (and women) how to be chivalrous? YourTango Experts are here to debate. In this episode of He Said She Said, entrepreneur Ross Felix (thedatingrevolution.com) and dating coach Nicole Johnson discuss the definition of chivalry and ask whether or not it still exists in the 21st centur
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