8/23/2012 11:23 AM
Occasionally, people will send requests for dating, sex and relationship advice. This came in the other day on our Tumblr:
Hi! I have a couple of questions. First, I am naturally a very skinny person so I find it hard to build muscle mass or a little bit of fat to look that little bit larger. Do girls actually like this quality of being skinny in boys/men? Also why is it that girls always go for the jerk? I simply do not get it, I'm always trying to be the nicest person I can to the girls that I like. When a jerk comes along hooks up with her and I end up alone and depressed. (Not as in emo, I am in no way suicidal)
Trapped in the Cosmos
8/20/2012 4:32 PM
Courtney Bingham, Jamie Christopher, Fredro Starr are special guests on this episode of Planet Love Match Radio with host Jennifer Tapiero. Watch at they chat about sexercise, lingerie, the importance of communication in relationships, and much more.
7/26/2012 10:38 AM
Everyone’s favorite stone-faced starlet (that apparently is not an oxymoron) has been in the news the last few days. I’m talking about Kristen Stewart, who paparazzi caught cheating on boyfriend Robert Pattison. Stewart came clean and issued an apology before the damning photos could be published.
I’ll skip any speculation about how much of Stewart's response is PR damage control. The fact is, if you’ve cheated, there are a number of things you need to do right away to make it up to your partner. If a friend of mine cheated on her boyfriend, these are things I’d tell her:
7/10/2012 1:25 PM
I read once that you can tell a lot about a couple by hearing how they fight. If they call each other names, say things to wound one another, or bring up old disputes, chances are, they aren’t going to make it.
Conflict is inevitable in any relationship. It’s how you deal with it that decides whether your conflicts will make you stronger or tear you apart.
Posted by Lara
7/10/2012 10:31 AM
No matter how compatible you and your mate are, no two people want the same things all the time. Sometimes, over issues large and small, you and your partner will disagree. While it can be tempting to try to talk your partner around to doing what you want, there is a solution that can be more satisfying to you both: compromise. By following the steps below, you and your partner can arrive at a solution that you both, at least, can live with, and hopefully one that will make you both happy.