All Articles Tagged "advice"
Think you’ve found Mr. Right Now? You might want to think again. We have 14 surprising reasons to think twice before choosing your next partner for a roll in the hay.
When it comes to reaching the big “O,” climaxing occasionally is not enough. Luckily, the key to having more orgasms is just a position away.
Check out the best celebrity advice on life, career, and love. These are definitely words to live by. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
It’s a classic catch 22: you need experience to get the job, but you need a job to get experience. Thankfully, these tips for getting hired when you have little experience can help you break the cycle.
When I first read about the woman who left her marriage to sleep with strangers, I thought “well that’s an… interesting way to work on your marriage.” But the author of “The Wild Oats Project” isn’t alone. The Washington Post says that Robin Rinaldi’s new take-a-sex-break-from-marriage philosophy could be the next marriage phenomenon since conscious uncoupling.
Here’s why it shouldn’t be.
When leafing through the files of relationships past, every woman asks herself “am I a good girlfriend?” And what does that mean anyway? We don’t know if we’ll ever come up with a definite answer. But in a mean time, these celebs dish on what it means to be a good partner. Do you agree?
Dating, money, confidence: these celebs say they know the struggle. And they’ve got great advice on how to get through.
Chris Brown On Not Repeating Mistakes
“It’s all about the choices you make.”
Chris Brown dropped this bit of been-there wisdom for Ray Rice on how to move forward after a mistake. He also added that therapy twice a week isn’t a bad idea either.
Love is more important than money and sometimes the key to finding the one is the way you approach it. Before your next date, try these investment strategies that will improve your relationship. When you’re as serious about your love life as you are about your money, your investments start paying up right away.
Since you all loved our last segment with Guy Code so much we decided to team up with the fellas again for a series of videos "breaking the code" on what men feel about all sorts of things, love, sex, dating, women, and fatherhood related, and because we still needed voices of reason, we added our very own editors in the mix to weigh in on all the questions. In this first episode of "Breaking the Code" we're hitting on the top three questions we all want to know about Valentine's Day.
1. Do men really want gifts?
2. How to ask if you're spending Valentine's Day together (without getting your feelings hurt) when you've just started dating?
3. What it means if you don't spend Valentine's Day together?
Watch, laugh, and be enlightened.
Co-workers may mean well, but that doesn’t mean that you should take career advice from the office buzz. There’s a lot of misinformation out there. If you want to take the right way to the top, here’s the terrible career advice you should ignore.