Well, hello there, my sexy singles! Are you looking for a man to keep you warm this winter? Of course you are. But guess what? You’re not going to find him under a blanket on your couch. Nope, you need to get up, throw off those flannel pajamas (I know, they’re super comfy) and get out to some places where you can meet men. And here are where they’re hiding.
Remember that show Kids Say The Darndest Things
? Well, I have a new idea for a show — Mad People Say The Darndest Things
. It’s less funny and cute, more hurtful and life-destroying. Sounds great, right? Who wants to produce it!
Seriously though, when we’re mad, we can say some pretty icky things to people we love. And even though the expression is, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” the truth is that words can hurt. And once you say something, you can’t take it back. So when you’re mad, try to avoid saying these terrible things that could ruin your relationship.
Even though Christmas is always December 25, does it feel like it came a little early this year, especially when it comes to your brand-new relationship? Gift giving is pretty intimate. And if you’re under six months with your man, holiday gifting can feel really premature. But with Christmas music on the radio, the insane amount of gift commercials and the general seasonal merriment, it’s not like you can avoid the holidays just because your relationship isn’t ready yet. So I’ve noodled up some general rules to make holiday gifting as easy for new couples as possible. Here they are.
Let me guess. When you and your hubby plan a date night, the big decision is if you’re having dinner before the movie or after, right? Sounds like you and your man are in a bit of a dating rut. There are tons of ways to bust a dating slump. One of my favorites is to go on dates that make you feel young. So think back to what kinds of dates you went on as a teen and recreate them. If you’re having trouble remembering, I picked some of my favorite young'un dates to inspire you.
I have purchased your books, Glynis Has Your Number
and Love by the Numbers
. I have learned a lot from both of them. I'm just wondering: Is 2012 generally a bad year for relationships? My girlfriend recently broke up with me but doesn't want to lose me from her life. However, she doesn't know if she wants me as a friend or to resume being boyfriend and girlfriend. I've noticed a lot of people are having relationship problems early in this year. Is there any light you could shed on this?