Dating after divorce isn’t so scary if you have some guidelines. I think that part of being an adult, and for me a (hopefully) always-evolving woman, is knowing when to say goodbye to people even when you both don’t want
A Body of Confidence (or How I Stopped Thinking and Learned to Enjoy the Intimate and Unfamiliar)style Blogger Sarah Sapora confronts the intersection of By Sara Sapora, SarahPlusLife.com Confidence is not concrete. It is fluid and amoeba-like. Aqueous and ever changing.
By JoEllen Notte, June 2, 2014 5 Reasons Online Dating is Made for Introverts Online dating gets a bad rap. Folks like to blame it for killing everything from monogamy and traditional dating to love and marriage. Folks seem
When going to a swinger’s retreat, make certain your partner isn’t packing a tiny, leather, Borat-style “unikini“ to wear at the poolside fashion show. Being “in love” and being “in lust” are both very disparate and different things that deceptively,
By Lady Cheeky – Originally published on this site 9/27/2011 Dating in Los Angeles. I’m starting to realize it is the rare man who is actually a “gentleman.” Yes, I consider myself a feminist and a strong woman. But, I
Originally published on www.CyndiDarnell.com on 5/30/12 In fragile times, it’s often our most intimate and close relationships that suffer. Intimacy is the glue, the enhancer that gives us the drive to connect, and in many situations, also the factor that can