Love, relationships…it’s all about making choices and accepting the emotions of who we decide to pursue.
When it’s happening, relationships. When it’s absent, relationships crash and burn.
Men are always searching for the gate to happiness, rarely realizing the dazzling proximity to ourselves, within ourselves.
No fanatic is going to give up the gridiron, nor should any loving lady expect him to, so come up with a plan that pleases both of you, then EXECUTE!
We hold you sacredly in our hearts no matter how it ended.
Surprise! Successful pick-up artists are actually successful in spite of their douche-y-ness. But not for the reasons they think.
David Richo’s famous “Five A’s” provide healthy relationship guidelines. Steve Garrett, upon introspection, has come up with his own “A’s”, which are better helping him understand his needs as a partner and man.
If you obsess about them leaving, they’ll run.
Don’t panic. You are not in crisis although one or both of you might feel like you are.
What the world needs now—is love, sweet love—so what are you going to do about that?
Hint: It actually has little to do with what you did or said.
“Successful couples can go days in a silent war battle. They can raise voices, say regrettable things, and still be a united couple at the end.”
“It’s starting to feel like I have a rap sheet where my mistakes can be brought up any time I make a mistake.”
The “Idiot Husband” jokes are nonsense. Here’s how to respond when you’re the butt of her jokes.
Have hopeful paramours become increasingly fragile in accepting the truth of lackluster chemistry? Ben Dutka alleges it’s okay admit when you’re not feeling it.
Comedian G.R. Jones gives some advice on how to be the alpha-est of stay-at-home-dads.