Summertime is right around the corner, and instead of focusing on toning up your body and getting bikini-ready, I want you bone up on your relationship health for the season and think of me as your personal trainer. And my first boot camp lesson is for the single ladies. Lovely single ladies, heed my advice, don’t have a summer fling. I know it’s tempting. Board shorts, drinks with umbrellas in them and the smell of sunscreen make for an irresistible combination. But here’s why you need to step back from that fling.
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If you’re a woman and date a guy who’s even 24 hours younger than you are, you’re suddenly a cougar. If you’re a man who dates a woman 24 years younger, you’re still just a man. And dating younger is definitely thought of as a good thing for men. I get it, life isn’t fair. And there are reasons why women dating younger men is more rare than men dating younger women and therefore more noteworthy. Here’s my attempt to explain the phenomenon.
You know that happy couple that’s so blissfully in love they never have an ounce of stress and spend every single second just hearting each other to pieces with no mixed feelings? Yeah, me neither. Because that couple doesn’t exist. Every single relationship involves some level of stress. Money, relationship status, in-laws, friends, social situations, basically anything and everything can bring stress into your relationship. So here are 10 ways to get your relationship-related stress a little more under control. Hope they help you out.
I’ll admit that I’m a reality TV junkie. I watch everything from The Bachelor to Hoarders to every single one of the Real Housewives franchises. But my other guilty pleasure is black and white movies. I love the old-school glamour. And those men are men! No metrosexual ridiculousness going on with them. They knew what they wanted, and they went for it. And of course, I love the love in those movies. There was real romance back then. Black and white movies have real lessons to teach about love. Here are three of my favorite.
I stopped by the Glamour Magazine headquarters this week to give them advice on the best way to snag a date for Valentine’s Day. You might be anti-love on the cheesiest day of the year, but I can give you a reason to get up and go out on V-Day. It’s a sea of single men! Don’t believe me?
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, ladies, and I couldn’t be more excited about it. I know lots of folks out there have a chip on their shoulder about V-Day, but really, what has February 14 ever done to you? I get that there are lots of expectations that are often unmet when it comes to Valentine’s Day, but I say if you go in with the right attitude of just celebrating love, you can’t go wrong. And if you put in a little extra effort improving your relationship each day leading up to Valentine’s Day, you’ll have all the more love to celebrate. So here are some fun things you can do from now until the big heart day!