The High Priestess card suggests that a little mystery can be more of a turn-on or attraction than putting it all out there or giving it away. This strategy and the use of body language can go a long way toward satisfying your secret romantic intentions or leaving a good impression. Have faith in your plans, but don't become overly emotional or turn into an ice queen if things don't work out exactly as you expected. Never let 'em see you sweat, and don't make apologies for who you are just to feel valued by others.
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Second marriages are extremely common these days. Since you are preparing to take the plunge one more time, it is important that you keep your interests and assets protected in case you two end up divorcing or if you die before your partner. Other than this, the children's interest from the first marriage should also be protected in case the parent marries another person.
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There are alot of times when people feel empty on the inside, they reach out to other things to fill in the emptiness in their lives. It's called a void. A feeling of loneliness,as if no one is there for you,nobody loves you, trying to erase bad feelings and thoughts of your past, even your present. Alot of times that empty feeling develops with your childhood, whether it was abuse, an absent father figure in the home,encouragement, and feeling loved. Those are all reasons, emptiness develops on the inside of us. Now that some of us are older, we still carry the same empty feeling around on the inside of us, as if it were our very own baby. It's time to let the baby go! Aren't you tired of feeling weighed down everyday? Ready for some sunshine to shine bright in your life? Let go by first forgiving the people in your past and present that have "dropped" the ball in your life. Someone you depended on, trusted, loved, and cherished. They betrayed you, and went in the opposite direction.
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Spicy Holiday Sex Six weeks. That's what the holiday season is for most of us. It's those six weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year's. So why not turn those six weeks into sex weeks?
Here are five ways to have a happy horny holiday.
1. Enjoy Naughty Nibbles
There are too many articles that advise you to be mindful about your eating and drinking during the holidays. I say, eat, drink and enjoy! What are some sexy holiday foods to get you "in the mood?" My favorite is chocolate. The darker the better. Chocolate is a well-known aphrodisiac that stimulates desire, because it contains two chemical compounds responsible for elevating moods and helping circulation to all parts of the body (including increased blood supply "down there"). The antioxidants in dark chocolate are great for promoting sexual vigor. So indulge yourself in those holiday chocolate bars, cupcakes and brownies. You can always start that diet in the New Year.
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- Bobbi Palmer | Love + Sex – Thu, Nov 29, 2012 11:25 PM EST
At least half of all the emails I get from wonderful women who are over 40 and looking for love are about the same question you've probably been asking since you were a teenager: "Is he in to me?"
Often the answer is: If you have to ask, he's probably not.
The other common answer is: No way to know…give him time. So many of us think about the "Is he in to me?" situation way too soon. After the first date - especially if you were in to him - we're wondering if he saw the same thing we did. You know…did he feel the Connection?
Real grownup men don't play games; when they are in, they are in.Most men are different than we are. (Big surprise, right?) They are pretty good staying in the information gathering stage until they see enough evidence that you might be The One. That doesn't mean they don't make decisions soon - they do. But the decision may be that he likes you and wants to see you again. Then he can stop there.
What do we do? We decide we like him but then might start listing all the things that are so great about him andRead More »from Answering the $1 Million Question: Is He in to You?
Dear Dr. Romance:
How do I make him understand? So my soon-to-be-ex is still in the house as well as myself! This is not working! He keeps trying to make things better, but I don't feel anything for him anymore. He has been better to me but is still very rude to our son and says hurtful things to him! He also says rude things about teammates on my sons ball team and doesn't think he is being rude and doesn't care if other people hear what he says! I can no longer deal with this! I'm tired of feeling bad about myself and I'm ready to have a life for me ! Now how do I make him understand it is over with out feeling bad when his tears start fallen? He says he don't want to lose me but we have had these problems for several years and he never changes and I just want to be happy and only worry about my sons and my feelings and work on being happy once again!
This is what I wish more women understood about their men. You can't just say he's doing it wrong, youRead More »from Dear Dr. Romance: How Do I Make Him Understand?
Should you uproot life as you know it for the sake of a relationship?Pulling up stakes for a partner's career is never easy. After her husband asked her to move to Madrid, Jill Johnson began talking to other couples, and to the experts, about the costs and challenges of relocation.Read More »from The Pros & Cons of Relocating for a Relationship
I was six months pregnant, and had just finished decorating the nursery in our new house in Connecticut, when my husband called me from work one day and said, "Will you do me a really big favor?" He sounded a tad too earnest to be referring to a trip to the dry cleaner. "Uh, sure, what is it?" I inquired. "Would you move to Madrid?" he asked.
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Oh, the favors we do for our spouses. Tagging along for a job transfer-when it means leaving friends, family, a home, possibly a job-ranks up there as one of the biggies. Despite our first non-rental residence, my promising career at a new magazine, a baby on the way, and three words in my Spanish vocabulary, I couldn't say no. My husband is the main breadwinner, and I
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Some day, somewhere, someone will construct a Ph.D. dissertation on the topic, "Stephanie Plum as Postmodern Woman."
It's amazing how many readers criticize this entertaining series on the basis that "Jersey Girl" (and divorcee, lest we forget) Plum should settle on one of her two paramours, either Trenton, New Jersey, detective Joseph Morelli, or Trenton security specialist Ranger, aka Carlos Mancuso.
Which begs the question, why? Why, if she can have some of both? Like cake and pie? With ice cream, at that.
Besides, Ranger doesn't wish to wed.
And, Morelli wants Stephanie to give up her job as a bond-enforcement agent for her cousin Vinnie Plum.
Why should she? She enjoys the adrenaline rush. It's part of who she is, and why both men are attracted to her. If Morelli merely wanted a pot-roasting, apron-wearing beer fetcher, he could have settled on one years ago.
But, he (and Ranger) both realize that
In honor of Liz Lemon and Criss Chross' wedding on 30 Rock, we're taking a trip down memory lane at some of our favorite TV wedding episodes. Grab some Cheesy Blasters (Liz's favorite snack) and enjoy!
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- Lylah M. Alphonse, Senior Editor, Yahoo! Shine | Love + Sex – Thu, Nov 29, 2012 3:16 PM EST
Dolly Parton in New York this week. (Photo: Donna Svennevik/Getty)She's a mega star and a country music icon, but Dolly Parton still has a few secrets up her sleeve -- and she's finally ready to share them. In her new memoir, "Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer in You," which came out this week, she takes on the rumors, talks about her famous style, and says she has no regrets about what she's done with her life.Read More »from Dolly Parton on Love, Her Looks, and Why She Never Had Kids
Parton, 66, says that her signature look -- big blonde hair, big breasts, and plenty f makeup -- was inspired by a certain woman in her town with a bad reputation.
"That is an absolute truth," Parton said in an interview with Nightline." "There was this woman, we won't call her names, but she was beautiful. I had never seen anybody, you know, with the yellow hair all piled up and the red lipstick and the rouge and the high heeled shoes, and I thought, 'This is what I want to look like.'"
Though she's been married for 46 years (to Carl Dean, who stays well out of the spotlight), Parton has always had to deal with questions about her love
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