Dating and relationship
In North America, I say I'm a dating columnist.It's easy, pretty much every knows what that means, and if for some reason they're confused, I say, "You know Carrie in Sex in the City?
I'll put my hands up and say I am the first person to be strategic when it comes to communicating with new people.Casual dating So, are you still in the non-exclusive stage of casual dating where hearts are fluttering with affection, but nothing’s too sure just yet? This doesn’t mean you’re in a relationship; it means you’re both helping each other with sexual frustration.If there was more to it—something serious—there would have been a discussion.We all know never to discuss politics on the first date. Read more If you’ve ever gone to the grocery store on an empty stomach, you know how quickly a short shopping list of essential items can turn into a cart full of junk you didn’t need and wouldn’t ordinarily buy. Before you take that leap into a serious committed relationship, here are some questions...The reason is a good one: It’s hard to find that soft spot in your heart when you feel you have to defend your basic beliefs about who you are and how you see the world. Read more The genesis of this article came from my watching the recent Casey Anthony three-episode special on television (HLN), in which Ms. Read more It’s fair to say that a person doesn’t need to be an all-out fitness nut or organic eater to have a good romantic relationship. The fact is, shopping hungry is a great way to spend... Read more Loneliness gets to some more than others. Along with losing your relationship, you lose your lifestyle, the goal of raising your children in an intact... And you’re excited to see where the relationship might lead.
Karen Finn Major breakups, like divorce or the end of an engagement, knock you down in just about every way imaginable.
Ever wonder what a man really thinks during those early encounters with you?
&nbs Read more Everyone who has spent any time in the unpredictable world of dating has experienced an occasional misfire—a promising new relationship that suddenly fizzles without an obvious explanation.
Never know, you may be able to relate, advise or learn or thing or two.
So here are six lessons I've learned in six months of marriage: Sexual happiness is an attitude: a healthy, uninhibited way of thinking about sex that gives you the courage to be truly yourself sexually.
Love isn’t a word thrown around lightly when casually dating.