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The fine folks at the New York Post have either lost their minds or the dying newspaper business has forced them to get publicity any way they can. They’ve given Eliot Spitzer’s former call-girl, Ashley Dupre, a sex and love advice column. What? Since when does helping many husbands cheat on their wives make someone an expert on how to keep love alive?
The last advice Ashley dished out was probably to impressionable young girls who read People magazine, when she matter-of-factly explained last month that prostituting herself was no different than “…going on a date with someone you barely know and hooking up with them. The only difference is I can pay my rent.”
No matter what stage you’re break-up is in, a good song helps. Whether you’re swollen from crying or red with rage, it’s comforting to know that someone else has felt the same anger, regret and pain that you’re feeling. Here are some of 2009’s best songs for drowning (out) your sorrows.
I’ve learned a few things about love in my time here on Earth, and one of them is that relationships built on sex usually don’t last. First, no matter how cool she is, no matter how good-looking she is and no matter how much you dig her, there is someone out there who is sick of her. Second, there is a very good chance that when a guy begins drifting away from a lady, he’s just sick of boning her.
We love our partners. We really do. I mean, that’s why we promised not to canoodle with anyone else while we seeing each other. (Talk about sacrifice.) But there’s only so many nights we can stand hanging out with our “couple friends,” sipping wine and sampling cheeses. We don’t want to be one of those people who starts dating someone only to morph into a two-person unit, while our single friends disappear one by one. To fight off codependence, we’ve compiled a list of 20 things to do without your significant other. Things that will make you feel good and, most likely, improve your couple time, too.
Short of jetting off to Bali and drowning your heartache in fruity cocktails, the quickest way to exorcise someone from your heart is by ridding yourself of all the bad juju—and debris—that a rough breakup can leave in its wake. What should you throw away? What should you keep and take out later? What should you return?
Hungry for more celebrity love gossip? Here’s what’s happening this weekend! Amy Adams is pregnant! Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher seduce one another on Twitter. Someone keeps editing Office Space star Ron Livingston’s Wikipedia page to say that he’s gay, gay, gay. Kate Gosselin has her eyes set on widower Liam Neesen.
When you break up with someone, how do you expect the people in your life to treat your ex? One of my primary concerns when my ex and I broke up was how the breakup was going to affect my relationship with his mom. Even though I hadn’t “done” anything, would she still feel comfortable maintaining contact with me? And even if she did want to remain a part of my life in the months after the breakup, what about when my ex brought home a new girlfriend for her to meet? Would her friendship with me get in the way of her developing a bond with a new, potential daughter-in-law?
According to a recent study, it takes the average guy seven months to say the three magic words (“I love you”) and the average female takes eight months to say the same thing. While you could both say it at the same time, in real life someone has to take off his/her clothes first…and that person is almost always me.
When it comes to niceness, church-going guys might be the new boy next door. Chances are, if you overlook the negative media image and peek into the next Sunday morning service, you’ll find someone who encompasses the following qualities: He uses clean language, he’s consistent, he’s not promiscuous. Sold yet? Read on for more.
A recent Israeli study concluded that domestic violence between couples typically occurs as a calculated decision from the inflicting partner. The aggressor typically knows what sort of consequences he or she will face and weighs it before acting out. “Someone who uses verbal violence might well move on over time to threatening physical attack, and from there it is only downhill towards acting on the threat,” one of the researchers says. In other frank words, get out of the cycle now!
Forget John Mayer, Jennifer Aniston must be romantically involved with someone on the editorial staff of BlackBook magazine. This month, the Hollywood rag ran not one, but two stories featuring leading ladies coming out rather publicly against Angelina Jolie. What gives? She may be married to Brad Pitt, have a gaggle of darling, photogenic children and be one of the most beautiful, successful actresses in the world, but apparently neither Kristen Stewart nor Winona Ryder want to be like, or are jealous of, the luscious-lipped one. Team Jen all the way, aye?
One of the best things about being in a relationship is that you have someone to lean on when the going gets tough. When your partner is stressed, consider pro-actively offering support, instead of waiting for him to come to you. Here are six situations when your partner needs a little extra loving.
Britney Spears has been married twice, and her mother has someone in mind for husband numero tres. The headline on this week’s Us Weekly magazine’s blares: HOW LOVE SAVED BRITNEY, and shows her walking with her agent Jason Trawick. The accompanying story says that Lynn Spears thinks Trawick is “The One.”
When you’ve really got it bad for someone, it’s tempting to shut off logic and ignore the verbal red flags. But pay attention to the stuff that comes flying out of his mouth.
If you’ve just decided to venture into the world of online dating, read up. We’ll help you filter through the stream of floating heads, “wasssups!” and winks until you find someone worthy of a meet-up. Beware, though. If your newest online crush falls into any of the below then it might be time to throw him back into the online ocean.
David Letterman said during his show last night that someone had tried to blackmail him for $2 million, over allegations that Letterman had sexual relationships with some of the women who worked for him. YourTango has the details about his wife, Regina Lasko, the extortionist, Joe Halderman, and Letterman’s former assistant, Stephanie Birkitt.
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Aging is a frequent topic among women, but we are living longer and having babies later, so what’s the hurry to hook up?
Left-handed underwear for men. How many people are really dateable? When he fantasizes about someone else? A Tucker Max anecdote from the other side. A woman tries using the rules of The Game. A righteous advocate for sexual education. A robotic, German sex doll. Is a lady from LA better than NY? A partial vaccine for HIV. And more about being the outside spoon.