Is it better to delay having sex in a relationship? Or should you just dive right into the pool?
Question: My question is this…how long do you wait to sleep with a man…one month, two months, more? Since my eventual goal is to be married, how do I know that the man I’m dating sees me in his future and not just as a nine-month, ten-month, or even one-night stand? ...Camille
Men and women are different. Our brains are wired differently, our hormones are different, and our emotional needs are different. What usually happens is that men do for women what men need and women do for men what women need. We tend to give what we want to receive. So, in the case of relationships, do NOT do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Think a dog is man's best friend? Here's a less-furry pal that he's even more "nuts" about.
Lately there has been a proliferation of bad news: Slow economic recovery, a soft housing market, corporate insolvency, wars, violence, famine, natural disaster, and the cancelation of “Dog The Bounty Hunter.” Thus, rather than deal with anything too serious in this Election Day column, I decided to be a little more light-hearted. The following is the result - an ode to the bond between men and their “manhood.”
A new study found that men and women view opposite-sex friendships very differently.
People have been debating whether or not men and women can be "just friends" for years. In the movies when you have a best friend of the opposite sex (that is heterosexual) your story line can only end two ways: in eternal love or in heartbreak.
Men and women see everything from romantic dinners to sexy clothing differently.
We all know men and women are different. Besides the obvious plumbing, they seem to speak a different language too. But it goes much further than that. When it comes to being sexy, both genders have unique views.
Did mentioning marriage kill the romance? If so, how else could she have gotten her point across?
Question: I have been dating this widower, Bob, for about three months now. He has had a woman at work, Deborah, hitting on him. In fact, she pretty much has asked Bob to marry her. I told him he needs to tell her about me, but he said his personal life is none of her business. I began feeling insecure and pushed the issue of marriage, feeling that if she can ask and is not in a relationship with him than I should be at the top of the list for a proposal.
For men, all sex is good sex, right? Well...not exactly.
Today I would like to dispel a lousy rumor; one that persists despite the fact that it is not now, nor ever was true. I’m talking about, of course, the idea that to men there is no such thing as “bad sex.” This is absolutely false. We do recognize bad sex. But like lite beer and arena football, we will grudgingly embrace it if it’s the best of our readily available options. Because what is equally true is that most men feel that some sex, even that of inferior quality, is better than no se
#2: We've practiced our first name with your last name, and have determined if it's a dealbreaker.
Sometimes it seems like the world would be a much happier and altogether easier place if boys could just read our minds. They would finally understand the importance of watching TV dramas and why getting ready in under 30 minutes is just not going to happen.