If you’re trying to be my friend you have to meet some basic criteria: You must be a kind person, be ambitious, be open to personal growth, and I must respect and admire you.
If you think we’re friends, and you don’t meet this criteria, then you’re my fan. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate my [...]
The other day my inbox got hit with a press release on behalf of Jim Fannin. Jim is a life coach, specifically for celebrities, which I found to be pretty cool. Jim, don’t celebrities need a psycho-therapist, not a life coach? The press release had a very short, but powerful synopsis of Jim Fannin’s project, [...]
This is a guest post by SINgleGIRL. Follow her on twitter.
We’ve all heard the old adage, “you only have one chance to make a first impression”. Well, nowhere is that more true than in dating. Sure, there are people who have disastrous first dates but then somehow turn things around. But, in general, a disastrous [...]
While I’ve always been stunningly handsome, extremely intelligent, and exceptionally modest, I haven’t always said or done the right thing when it comes to members of the other species; females.
I’m going to keep it real and talk about a problem that has been the bane of my existence as I was growing up. I don’t [...]
Editor’s Note: Relationship humor for your entertainment.
Desperately seeking technical support!
I’m currently running the latest version of Girlfriend 5.0 and having some problems. I’ve been running the same version of DrinkingBuddies 1.0 for years as my primary application, and all the Girlfriend releases have always conflicted with it. I hear that DrinkingBuddies won’t crash if you [...]
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In this interview Dan and Jennifer from www.AskDanAndJennifer.com tell us how they started their online relationship media empire. They tell us how they’ve managed a safe and comfortable place for people from all over the world to ask and get answers for their [...]
It was just a matter of time before I wrote this book. Not just because I’ve been dating since sixth grade, and not just because I’ve had a lot of girlfriends, but mostly because this was one avenue that I took into personal development.
Back in the day, and you know a story is good when [...]
There is an interesting concept among Orthodox Jews known as Shomer Negiah. It’s a religious law that forbids touching and all other forms of physical contact between members of the opposite sex. By refraining from touching members of the opposite sex, you are effectively building up a profound sensitivity to the simplest form of contact.
Editor’s Note: This article is written by the brilliant, amazing, and true Marina Tsipenyuk.
It seems that we are always searching for what is sensible, logical, and politically correct. The older we become, the more such formalities encompass our thoughts and, surely, become us—our identities and traits are unshakable, arguably as they were, have been, and [...]
The end of relationship can be a difficult time for many people. The sense of loss, the questions about what could have been, and the uncertainty about the future can be overwhelming at times. However, there are many things you can do to help yourself cope. In this article, I share 7 simple strategies.
1. Surround [...]