Ladies, we've got to be honest with you. It goes without saying that trying to find the right guy to settle down with can be super frustrating. It doesn't help that this whole idea of falling head over heels for Prince Charming and waiting for him to sweep us off our feet is pretty unrealistic. The crazy thing is that we become SO dedicated to finding love that we forget that just because we're in a relationship doesn't mean that we can't have our own life. In fact, having something that we love to do is super sexy!
There's no question that falling in love is one of the greatest feelings in the world. But that doesn't mean that it can't get complicated from time to time. What's really interesting is that there is actually science behind how we fall in love, as well as why some relationships are more successful (not to mention more fulfilling) than others.
When your dates always end the same way, it's hard not to think that all men are the same and are just after one thing. But pushing aside any horrible experiences from past relationships, could there seriously be some truth to that thought?
If you're struggling with communication in your relationship, you're not alone. In a new video, love and relationship expert John Gray discusses the biggest challenges for people in long term relationships — and how to overcome them.
Some women feel perpetually single. Is love just not in their cards, or is there more to it than luck? A panel of dating experts discusses the unique combination of love and playing your cards right.
It's the anchor to any long-lasting relationship: commitment. However, is there a way to be all in your relationship without losing your identity as an individual?
Do you do everything for your husband and kids? You feel like you over-commit. You give up everything for your relationship and get nothing in return. Do you wonder how to get your needs taken care of and not let down those around you? If so, help is on the way.
When we fall in love, everything seems so simple. We want to be with someone and that someone wants to be with you too. But unfortunately, the rest of life isn't as simple as all that. We're entangled in other committments whether it be our jobs, our kids and other family matters. So at what point do you owe it to a new partner to give full disclosure of your past? And at what point should you expect the same in return?
Whether we're gay, straight or bisexual, we all crave love in our lives. However, is there a takeaway for straight couples in committed relationships from gay couples? What can we learn from each other?
Does this scenario look all too familiar to you? You fall in love (a little too quickly), you break up and then make up every other day, but despite your on-again, off-again romance, you can't seem to pull away. Why do so many women stay in bad relationships like this?