If you feel like you’ve just been through a war and you’re not sure why, you may just be feeling the after-effects of the December through January rush — also known as engagement season.
Everyone is taking about ghosting, first lamenting the practice and then the inevitable pushback by its defenders.
One of the biggest issues that couples face is not acknowledging that their marriage will have to change—and not putting a plan in place to make sure you both can stay strong in the early days of parenthood.
It seems to celebrate this old-fashioned, saccharine version of romance that makes a lot of people wonder, is Valentine's Day feminist? And should you be celebrating it?
If you've just broken up with someone, if you're mourning someone, if you're feeling any sort of fresh wounds anyway, then Valentine's Day is going to feel so much harder.
Kissing photos, gushing captions, way too much information—people will share anything on social media this time of year.
If you find your first Valentine’s Day as a married couple a little weird, don’t worry—that’s totally normal. You may feel pressure to do something big and extravagant because it’s your first Valentine’s Day as a real couple, but try …
Because while we all may have our go-to favorite sex toy, it's nice to mix things up up once and a while, and candle lit dinners are way over done.
But even for couples who have been together a while, it's stressful. What does someone actually want?
New Year’s resolutions and goals have a way of slipping away from us (maybe you’ve already abandoned yours). We set our sights too high or come up with something too specific.