women and relationships

Relationship happiness doesn't always depend on finding the "perfect" person.
Another Yenta (Yento?) was a highly regarded religious leader who told me that I was "no spring chicken" pushing 26 and I'd
According to HuffPost Women readers, here are 21 things every person who loves a woman should know: 12. Even if you don't
Here are five steps to take to get more comfortable being yourself with others and deepening your relationships -- family, romantic, social and even professional.
What is the first thing you notice in a man? I thought about the question for a moment. Did I notice eyes? Hair? Smile? Shoulders? None of these answers seemed to fit. When I was younger, I tended to like men who were tall, thin, and dark-haired. But now, at 52, I don't really have a 'type.'
We all know a little sacrifice is necessary to keep a relationship strong. But where do you draw the line?
.As women we often reinforce the same gender conditioning that pushes men away. A more effective approach is to buffer this harsh cultural reality by keeping these five points in mind.
Whatever it is, even if you are a misfit or a rebel or a sorority girl or an entrepreneur or a round peg in a square hole or all of those things at once, always make sure you are living the life you want, not the one others think you should.
Head over to Steen's and Coffing's website to see more of their work and other photos from "Lovers Shirts." To capture the
Strong, confident women who advocate for themselves all day in the world often find that they want the men in their lives to be giving. They want the door held open for them, a shared umbrella, an invitation to a date planned and paid for by the man in their lives.
It's hard for any of us to get through a day without technology, but it seems to be increasingly difficult to get through
She stopped returning my calls; she ignored my messages. She was living in another country so I had no way of reaching her
Even armed with the best of intentions, we still see hugely skilled and qualified individuals (usually women) who, despite a portfolio of accomplishment, fall into the trap of looking to be rescued, with less than stellar results. They can often be found in the following situations.