It isn't uncommon for famous sex scandals to become leaked into the media. We've seen it happen to everyone from athletes to governor officals. Perhaps the most shocking thing about sex scandals is how well the individuals kept them under wrap.A couple questions that scandals have us pondering are "Will sex scandals ever cease?" and "Could it ever happen to me?" The often unexpected explosion of a sex scandal can make us insecure about our own relationships, but do we really have reason to be?
Traditonally, we view healthy relationships as solely monogamous; a relationship that involves ONLY two people. However, times have changed and some couples have become more open to the idea of a non-monogamous relationship. This stirs up a question: "Can a couple live a happy and healthy non-monogamous relationship?"
After divorce, it isn't easy to get back into the dating game. You're so new to the whole process, that you may put it off or refuse to date entirely. However, putting yourself out there and seeing new people is one of the most important steps towards moving on. Dating Coach Julianne Cantarella is here to guide you back into the world of dating. In order to go on dates, you must find potential matches. Julianne suggests several ways in which you can meet a potential date.
Do you and your husband feel more like people who just live together rather than people who are married to one another? Yeah, we know the feeling. But, you can get the spark back! 5 Ways to Reignite the Spark In Your Relationship In this video, Therapist, Social Worker and YourTango Expert Elisabeth LaMotte offers her advice for how to get that loving feeling back in your relationship. You and your husband shouldn't just live together – you should live together in love!
As the former Food and Wine connoisseur on Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, Ted Allen's job was to educate straight men on how to win a woman's heart through food. Now, as the host of Food Network's hot show Chopped, his job description may be a little different, but his love of food—and its romantic powers—still remains.
In the latest video episode of Ask YourTango—where readers seek out advice on love and relationships—sex expert Ian Kerner gives advice to a woman whose boyfriend doesn't give her enough foreplay. Ian shares one tip on how to get your man to to slow down in bed.
In the latest video episode of Ask YourTango—where readers seek out advice on love and relationships—dating coach and author Rachel Greenwald answers a question from a woman who is struggling to get a man to pick up the phone and call. Rachel advises this reader to retrain her text-happy boyfriend. Watch the video to find out how.
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 qualities a couple should have in common—similar interests, physical attraction, values or a combination of all three?
In the latest video episode of Ask YourTango—where readers seek out advice on love and relationships—Paul Carrick Brunson helps a woman who is afraid of marriage because of the high divorce rates. Should we let these doom and gloom divorce statistics sway us from getting married? Paul shares his insight.
One woman asks where her relationship is going. The guy she's dating called her "fun." Is he not interested in being more than friends?