In our jam-packed lives, sometimes our relationship with our significant other can take a backseat to juggling work, kids and household tasks. But being an emotionally supportive partner is key to a healthy, lasting relationship.
Do you have a friend -- or two -- who could use some help in the love and romance department? If you're thinking of playing matchmaker for your sister, friend or co-worker, here are some tips to bring two people together with ease.
Breaking up is hard to do. Even harder when it’s messy and the possibility of backsliding is pretty much guaranteed, which only makes things complicated for all involved (no matter how good it might feel in the moment).
It seems that legendary comedian Phyllis Diller was on to something when she said that a smile is a curve that sets everything straight. An increasing number of experts, from motivational speakers to registered psychologists, want to straighten out the masses through the power of a smile.
When a guy tries to approach you at the bar, does it turn into a really awkward game of Pac-Man? Does knowing you have an appointment that day make you completely miserable? Does the baby aisle of the grocery store make you squeamish? Me too. Let’s have T-shirts made.
TORONTO - Forest Hill has the highest percentage of individuals engaging in extramarital affairs, according to AshleyMadison.com.
The dating website for married people says based on 200,000 members who live in Toronto, new data shows record numbers of cheaters in The Beaches, Rosedale, downtown and other well-known GTA neighbourhoods.
Sometimes, talking to a woman can be a bit like walking through a minefield. Blindfolded. With snowshoes on. “Women are generally more sensitive and emotional than men, which means they can be more reactive,” says psychotherapist and relationship expert Nicole McCance. “They don’t always take questions at face value and can read into them, asking themselves, ‘What did he really mean by that?’”
When you woke up this morning, you were pumped to start the day so you could dust off the healthy habits you’ve been putting off for… well, your entire existence. In no time, you’re on a roll: You eat the calorie-equivalent of air for breakfast, take an hour to complete a 15-minute yoga routine, and even order a green tea instead of your usual bucket of coffee. But then, it happens…