Breakups are tough. Breaking up with a guy who refuses to hear you is tougher. We chatted with relationship experts April Masini and Jeanette Raymond to bring you the best advice for how to break up with your boyfriend. Keep reading, and stay strong, sister.
Sometimes, there's not much to go off of on someone's online dating profile. Maybe the photo is blurry, the interests listed are vague, or doesn't want to meet in person. We've gathered some of the top red flags here—take our online dating advice, and good luck!
Have you ever found yourself coming home from a tough day at work, only to find your husband sitting on the couch, watching TV, with nary a scrap of food in sight (let alone a scented bath drawn for you)? And instead of getting angry, have you then found yourself cooking dinner, folding a few loads of laundry, and picking up your kids’ toys—all while he finishes up his Monday Night Football viewing session?
Sometimes the only way to get through the daily grind is with your partner by your side. But is working with your S.O. really all it's cracked up to be? And more importantly: Could it spell trouble for your career?
Dating has so many rules! Can you have sex on the first date and still be "relationship material"? Do you have to wait three dates? What's that old saying about the cow and free milk? We talked to relationship experts to bring you modern answers to these age-old questions and more.
Since the advent of eHarmony, OKCupid, and other dating services, more and more people are taking the plunge and creating an online dating profile. However, not all profiles are created equal--some companies and individuals use them to promote themselves and get ahead in some way. We gathered our best tips for spotting a fake from the start.