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7 hours ago | HuffPost
Harry Styles Stops Concert To Offer Fan Solid Dating Advice
The “Watermelon Sugar” singer spotted a sign in the audience that asked: "Should I text him?" Styles had some thoughts.
18 hours ago | HuffPost
I’m A Latina. Please Stop Calling Me ‘Spicy.’
"These men reduced me to an outdated, incorrect stereotype, as if I was only there to perform a specific task and fulfill a fantasy of theirs."
Sep 22, 2021 | The Guardian
I am about to get married – but just tried to kiss a colleague. Should I tell my fiance?
I feel caught between two wonderful men and know I’ve behaved badly. The security I have with my partner is great – but I worry I’ll regret not pursuing this other man
Sep 20, 2021 | The Guardian
Crash and burn: the intense and fleeting romances of the Covid era
The unspoken rules of dating went out the window as people found themselves deeply alone – perhaps it’s no surprise these couples didn’t make it
Sep 20, 2021 | The Guardian
How we met: ‘As the borders closed, I got the last seat on the last plane out, to be with her’
Damoon, 32, and Mengzhu, 33, met online at the end of 2019. They had a long distance relationship during lockdown, before moving in together at the end of 2020
Sep 19, 2021 | AskMen
The Nice Guy’s Dating Woes: Experts Say Why They Get a Bad Rap
We’ve all heard the phrase “nice guys finish last” before, but have you ever stopped to consider whether or not that sentiment is actually true? What we do know is that it’s used as an endorsement of the “bad boy” — the guy who treats his partners with a minimal amount of respect, yet still seems to get dates, no problem — and, simultaneously, as an indictment of the man who would deign to treat a potential significant other with dignity.It can also be used almost as a humblebrag, as in, “I’m such a nice guy, women never go for me.” This, of course, is putting the impetus on other people (i.e. it’s not me, it’s them), instead of examining the real reasons you seem to have such bad luck in the dating world, which more often than not are issues of your own making.
Sep 18, 2021 | The Guardian
My husband shows no interest in me and won’t talk about it
It’s as if you are in some sort of subconscious prison and I want you to escape, says Phillipa Perry
Sep 18, 2021 | The Guardian
Catching the rebound: people who went big to get over their breakups
From creating a standup show to climbing Everest, five people share their extreme – healing – heartbreak manoeuvres
Sep 17, 2021 | The Guardian
Blind date: ‘We both managed to choke on our wine’
Tom, 34, TV editor, meets Katharyn, 32, recruitment operations manager
Sep 17, 2021 | The Guardian
How couples are navigating long-distance relationships in Australia in the time of Covid-19
Closed borders and snap lockdowns have forced some couples to rely on technology to stay close, while the pandemic has compressed others’ time together
Sep 17, 2021 | The Guardian
I’m dating a woman old enough to be my mother. Should we split up?
Successful relationships don’t have to be ‘textbook’, but they do need purpose, drive, passion. Take a close look at what this woman means to you, advises Annalisa Barbieri
Sep 16, 2021 | AskMen
I Was Responding to My Partner’s Tears All Wrong — Are You?
My partner, Kristen, was having a bad week. A COVID-19 exposure meant having to miss her best friend’s bachelorette party. Not to mention, we also needed to get all four tires replaced on our car and her laptop picked the perfect day to stop working. I walked into the living room, catching Kristen on the couch right as she began to wipe the tears from her cheeks.“I’m sorry,” she said. “I know you get uncomfortable when I cry.”I wondered why she thought that, questioning if the statement she made was accurate.In the past, whenever Kristen was crying, I tried to take my cues from her. If she wanted to talk through her tears, I’d sit and listen. If she wasn’t up for talking, I’d sit and let her cry. I’d just try to be “normal,” coming off more steady, stoic, and even casual more than anything else. I figured that by acting unfazed during an emotional moment, I’d be validating her — showing that she was totally right to feel her feelings, and to express them however she pleased.
Sep 15, 2021 | The Guardian
‘Now I know love is real!’ The people who gave up on romance – then found it in lockdown
Dating apps can be difficult and daunting at the best of times, and many users give up on them entirely. But for some the pandemic was a chance to reassess their priorities, and they were able to forge a much deeper connection
Sep 14, 2021 | The Guardian
Fetish fashion! What’s behind Kim Kardashian’s wild new look?
The socialite arrived at the prestigious event dressed head to foot in black - complete with a full head covering. Is it a tribute to Kanye’s new album or bondage chic?
Sep 14, 2021 | The Guardian
Condom ‘stealthing’ is a vile practice. California is right to ban it | Moira Donegan
Twelve per cent of women have experienced stealthing – and 10% of men have perpetrated it. The law is finally catching up
Sep 14, 2021 | The Guardian
I’m worried my husband’s porn use has ruined his sex drive
He lied to me about watching porn and now only wants sex when he’s already aroused. It makes me feel like I no longer turn him on
Sep 13, 2021 | The Guardian
Does overhearing your spouse’s work calls put you on edge? Me too. I found out why | Sophie Brickman
A couples therapist told me: ‘It can be very shocking to encounter a person you’re unfamiliar with, especially if we don’t like that version’
Sep 13, 2021 | The Guardian
Labia liberation! The movement to end vulva anxiety for good
Women have long been taught to be ashamed of their vulvas, with increasing numbers turning to cosmetic surgery in pursuit of genital ‘perfection’. But a new generation is fighting back
Sep 12, 2021 | The Guardian
How we met: ‘It took until I was 48 years old to meet the handsome prince’
Cathy, 56 and Maurizio, 58, became close after she hired him as a massage therapist in 2014. They now live together at their home in Welling, Kent
Sep 11, 2021 | The Guardian
Something about my perfect partner isn’t doing it for me…
Love is something you do rather than a thing you fall into, says Philippa Perry
Sep 11, 2021 | The Guardian
‘There’s risk in everything, right?’ The serendipity and agony of dating your neighbour
Finding love across the back fence or apartment corridor is a high risk, high reward proposition. Convenient? Yes. But also, potentially, mortifying
Sep 10, 2021 | The Guardian
Blind date: ‘I was mid-prosecco swig when he told me he didn’t drink’
Johnny, 24, artist, meets Gen, 23, postgraduate student
Sep 10, 2021 | The Guardian
My elderly mum is angry and lonely. What can I do? | Annalisa Barbieri
Your mother sounds depressed and anxious, says Annalisa Barbieri. The first port of call is her GP, to get her checked over physically and emotionally
Sep 09, 2021 | James M Sama
9 Simple Things Men Want In A Relationship
One of the most frequent comments I get on the countless articles I have about what women want in relationships, is: Hey man, what about what guys want?After 10+ years of writing — primarily about what women want in relationships — I’m no stranger to the frustration of the lack of material online about what us dudes want (need) as well.What’s more is, I believe some women are genuinely frustrated by the lack of communication that their partner gives, and they don’t know quite how to love him or what he’s truly looking for.Men are conditioned to hide their feelings and “not be needy,” but there is a difference between being needy and having needs.We all have needs in a relationship, so here are 8 to help you better understand your guy, because if he won’t tell you, I will:
Sep 08, 2021 | James M Sama
10 Positive Signs They’ll Make A Great Partner
We spend a lot of time talking about the red flags to look for in a partner or relationship. But, what about all of the positive signs that someone may actually be different from the rest and give you all that you deserve?Isn’t that what we’re looking for, anyway? So, why not understand what it looks like so we’ll recognize it when it shows up…?Here are 10 positive signs that someone just might be the real deal:When you’re building a relationship with someone new, they’ll always be putting their best foot forward. They’ll be on their best behavior and do whatever they can to win your affection — as they should.Note: This effort should be consistent and not fade after the “honeymoon phase” of the relationship, but that’s a conversation for another article.
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