How To Make Your Significant Other Feel Significant Again

Jordan Gray says that it doesn’t take much to remind our partners how much we love them. And you can start with these three simple tips.

What 100 People Said Their Ideal Love Life Looks Like

Jordan Gray interviewed fifty men and fifty women about what their ideal love lives would look like. Here’s what they had to say. —– I recently asked 50 men and 50 women a simple question regarding their ideal love lives. I asked them to each complete a single “sentence stem” five times. That sentence stem […]

The Pressure to Partner

There is a decidedly frustrating “pressure to partner” that exists in nearly every generation. Christian M. Lyons declares that it ‘ain’t necessarily so.’

Slam Poetry: How Falling in Love is like Owning a Dog

You might be surprised by the similarities, but not in the way you might expect.

“As a man who’s had herniated cervical discs for over 20 years, I can say that the support of a partner makes a HUGE difference!”

These are comments by Dr. Adam Sheck, Arthur MacMaster, Jess on the post “23 Tips For Men on Supporting a Partner with Chronic Pain”.

Dear John: Should She Leave Her Son With Her Boyfriend?

Questions about her babysitting choices, a boyfriend with an atrocious apartment, and a step-father selling off the mother’s prized possessions after her death.

“I don’t cheat because it would be there subtly in the field between me and my wife.”

This is a comment by jake wheeler on the post “31 Reasons Why Men Don’t Cheat”.

ADD and the Significant Other

Divorce rates for those with ADD are nearly double that of the general population. Here are some tips to keep you from being another statistic.

How to Lose a Woman…Forever

Raymond Bechard summarizes Travis McGee’s views on women into 22 rules to losing the love of your life forever.

What to Call a Relationship Before It’s a Relationship

User-friendly definitions for your hard-to-define pre-exclusive relationships, courtesy of

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Should You Play Down to Your Partner’s Level?

After a conversation with his barber, Patrick Smith wonders whether or not a man should play light—or even left-handed—in a tennis match against his wife.