We’ve all been there. A seemingly insolvable problem which can only come to a resolution by reaching deep inside oneself and…THIS.
Falling in love implies a helplessness. And if you fall forever, Mark Radcliffe says, you’ll hit the ground.
Tom Matlack talks to married men to find out when they knew their wife was “the one.”
Chuck Ross asks brides-to-be: Is it all about the ring? Mark Zuckerberg gave his bride a paltry $25K engagement ring. Is ringflation out of control?
Why are we told that miserable relationships are the romantic ideal? Noah Brand breaks down the assumptions underlying the cultural messages.
“Every man falls in love in a different way, but what I can definitely say is that when men fall, they fall hard.”
Tom Matlack on traveling, why opposites attract, and outrunning your DNA.
Gary Percesepe learned the hard way that sometimes love means letting her go.
Ralph B. Schroeder believes nearly everything of value in life is cumulative in nature, and love is no exception.
Despite what the media shows us, Andrew Smiler insists that very few guys are in relationships just for the sex.
Nicole Johnson talks toTom Matlack about the male desire to marry, the manly womanizer image, and what he’s learned about love.
Neely Steinberg thinks present-day romance is genderless concept.
Rick Belden writes about the fully-consuming love that binds two people together—and how it ends.
If you are trying to control love or fit it into your life, says Mark D. White, don’t bother. Let it change you.