When it’s real, you’ll try your damndnest to keep it going. And we can't knock you wrongdoers for trying.
Man, does it hurt.
It was like Alice in Wonderland and the “drink me” bottle. I couldn’t not get closer. I couldn’t not touch it. I couldn’t not try it.
If you know that you care about someone and the feeling’s mutual, who needs a title or even a Facebook status? Just be. But that’s how girls get caught up.
Aziz Ansari, known for his standup comedy routines and starring role on Parks and Recreation, is about to add another feather to his cap. That of author.
Being "nice" is great, but you shouldn't get some freaking award for something that 90 percent of the population already does. You need to stand out.
In sixth grade, a boy in my class, obviously unfamiliar with the female anatomy, thought that boys were shat out through the anus. The same dude asked questions about micropenises, which made us all crack up."
Despite all of this pressure to avoid sentiments and to keep things casual, many still want a steady, monogamous relationship. How do you define a relationship like that amongst all the friends-with-benefits and casual relationships being built around you?
Patti suggests to her clients that they abstain from sex until monogamy; this will earn them more respect. But is this the right advice?
Valentine’s Day may be behind us, but that doesn’t mean the search for love has to stop. Instead of trolling around dimly lit, smelly bars or agreeing to be set up on a doomed-to-fail blind date, let technology do all the heavy lifting.
Haven’t you had those moments where you look at a woman who seems to get an immense amount of male attention and ask, “How does she do it?” or “What does she have that I don’t?”
Our compatibility is undeniable, but I feel like he's the one who doesn't want to date an 18 year-old. I want to show him that I don't have the mindset of a teenager and want something more from our relationship. Also, how can I do that? Go from being friends to a relationship?
When is it ever okay for a boy (not a man) to ASK a young lady who he barely knows to take HIM out? My mans, aren’t you supposed to be impressing me?
Since the days of When Harry Met Sally, men and women have been asking, "Can men and women really be just friends?" Well, yes. But in recent years there's a new development. The "Friends With Benefits" relationship.
Men – not boys – go after what they want. If they like you, or are even remotely interested, they WILL get you…or at least try.
About 60 percent of college students say they've had at least one 'Friends-With-Benefits' relationship in their life. But what happens next? Does the friendship end together with the sex? When and how can it survive? We discuss here live at 3:15.
Instead of filling up the silence with "So yeah” and “Um…,” why not fill it up with conversation starters that can potentially salvage an awkward date and set you up with a second?
This year, it’s just me, myself and I. And I’m starting to realize that that might be best…not just on February 14, but for a little while.
While many believe today is Valentine's Day most people are observing this day as the season 2 premiere of House of Cards.
It's the thought that counts, right?
As ridiculous as it seems, especially considering how fabulous and beautiful you are, there are some guys who just want to your friend. And tragically, it always seems to be the guy you want as more than a friend.
Let’s be honest here. Looks aren’t everything and certainly shouldn’t be, but they play a huge part in dating – especially online dating, where much of the importance is placed on the perfect profile picture.
Whether you're hitting the bars or going the online dating route, meeting the right guy and building a relationship can be a very, very difficult task. Sure, it should be easy when you're in college and there are thousands of guys milling around. But it's not. Why? Because some guys (most guys?!) are just undateable.
In general, it’s not always about the fact you’re breaking up but about HOW you break up with them. There’s the honest to goodness truth and then there’s the BS he/she will give you to make themselves feel like the good guy in the situation.
I always imagined that when I met my future husband, we would meet completely organically. Picture some meet-cute in a RomCom where we bump into each other and just know and the rest is history.