What the world needs now—is love, sweet love—so what are you going to do about that?
Isn’t it possible that our “soul mates” are not always our romantic partners, but rather our life’s possibilities?
What is it about a good kiss that melts hearts and brings lovers together?
False belief #3. I can enjoy doing something to my partner that he/she dislikes
Intimacy is more than sex.
It was just supposed to be diversion, an affair. Not all hearts are built that way.
Both men and women struggle with accepting and enjoying their sexualities. Jonathan Delavan writes about Katy Perry and her example of healthy sexuality.
Steven Lake expounds on the unexpected virtues of dining out with your loved one. It can be a relationship saver.
Teachers and friends, writers and bosses, lovers and heroes –I lovingly remember and honor the gifts you shared.
Heather Gray explains how not understanding or respecting this is why relationships with lovers, friends, and family can fail.
Do opposite sex friendships really exist, or are they just relationships in waiting (or in secret)?
I’ve got your Big Bang Theory right here.
Jordan Gray says that your emotional presence, passion, and desire for your partner will always be more important than masterful sexual technique.
For Cabot O’Callaghan and his long-distance lover, time together tastes bittersweet—and always flies too fast.
Are we still looking for love in all the wrong places?
How do you ever know if the timing is right? Maybe you never do.