Embed from Getty Images By Alex Alexander My first romantic relationship was kind of a mess. Actually, in retrospect, it was a veritable nightmare. I was a late bloomer, so, when I started dating my first-ever girlfriend (!!) my junior year of high school, I was just so damn grateful to have finally gone on…
Steven Lake took a holiday to recover from exhaustion. He got far more than he expected . . . and is happy for it.
“All happiness or unhappiness solely depends upon the quality of the [person] to which we are attached by love.” Baruch Spinoza
Here’s how to prevent the ego from cutting us off from what we want most…
What story are you co-creating with your loved one? Kyle Benson shows us how we distort reality with our thoughts.
Kyle Benson gets down and dirty discussing the ups and downs of penis envy.
Kyle Benson challenges this common saying and shows how it hinders rather than helps relationships.
Did your first vacation as a couple convince you that you were meant to be? Or did it make you question your compatibility?
The good the bad and the ugly. Steven Lake explores two years of thinking and writing about relationships – often his own.
Listen to your instinct, that’s where trust starts
From Chaucer to Shakespeare to modern researchers, Steven Lake explores the romantic gesture and Valentine’s Day. Forget it at your peril!
Sharing a Netflix movie doesn’t have to be the highlight of your romantic evenings together. Here’s a way to keep the fires of intimacy burning ever brighter as your relationship matures…
Steven Lake expounds on the unexpected virtues of dining out with your loved one. It can be a relationship saver.
I went through the motions, like they do in all romantic comedies, all the way down to the bottom of the wine glass. In many ways, it was more of a performance than something sincere. Maybe that’s all that “closure” really is — a performance.
Divorce lawyer Mike Boulette explains that “prenup” is not a dirty word. State divorce laws are prenups, or really postnups, and advises that clients be proactive when planning a marriage.
Hopeless romantics aren’t as much hopeless as they are, invincible. The people who give up on love might actually be the hopeless ones.