A woman in her mid-60s shares the keys to building an honest and intimate relationship with the most important person in your life: yourself.
Looking for partners or lovers or any rich and rewarding connection is NOT like picking out a shirt. You’re not looking for the one that looks like it hasn’t ever been touched. In fact, quite the opposite.
Maybe those Sonic Youth songs will never sound the same again. Maybe the band will never record another note. Here’s what I do know: these two people have plenty of power on their own, and they don’t get it from being with each other.
With nonstop cast changes and more feuds than you keep up with, each season seems to feature a marriage in despair. These rough patches either explode into train-wreck reality gold, or rekindle into next season’s plot line.
A few months ago, longtime couple Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito announced their separation. But then a few weeks later they made another announcement: they were going to work it out. Meet eight other couples who called off the divorce – or who got married all over again.
Through my circle of friends and women I meet through my blog, I often hear cries of horror about the thought of dating after divorce. These women are missing out. Big time.
The curse dates all the way back to 1935 when Claudette Colbert won Best Actress for playing Ellie Andrews in the screwball romantic comedy It Happened One Night, opposite Clark Gable.
Little things can mean a lot when it comes to upping your satisfaction with your partner.
Nondisclosure of a piece of information so huge makes it seem like there’s a reason they’re not being up front.