Since chemistry's great but bankruptcy's not, read on for ways to positively and effectively combine your finances with the one your love while keeping the post-"I do" surprises to a minimum... at least when it comes to your wallet.
Dyed hair on a man over 50 is the equivalent of their balancing a red Ferrari on their head: "I will not age. I am young. I can totally get a 30-year-old hottie. I will not age. I will not age. I will not age."
Rob and Laura Petrie were both great dancers - on every level. Thanks to them, I now see that when my partner and I are doing two different dances, or even step on each other's toes, it's all still just a dance.
Last week, inspired by the Demi Moore/Ashton Kutcher debacle, I philosophized about the women who blame themselves for their cheating partner's infidelity. This week, the debate continues with a new question: Should Demi leave Ashton? And more importantly, should you leave your spouse after they've cheated on you?
My friend and I were clearly shocked, and laughed so hard that Grandma rose to meet our dismay with a loud admonishment: "You cannot expect a man to be faithful to you if you have a vagina the size of Grand Central Station."
Twenty years ago, Michaele dated both Neal Schon and Tareq Salahi. Struggling with whom to commit herself to, Micahele eventually chose Tareq: "I chose Tareq over Neal because I thought life would be less stressful living on a vineyard in Virginia."
I was looking forward to seeing what this self-proclaimed "man's man" had to say on the about this "man code." But while Good makes his fair share of pertinent points, my overall impression was less-than-ecstatic.
There's an interesting trend emerging in Hollywood that I'm going to dub the "relationship upgrade." It occurs when a little-known actor/dancer/C-lister in a long-term, seemingly solid relationship drops his non-famous partner for a mega-famous star. Are they upgrading, or rebounding?
But once smitten by a possible love, what a lot of couples skip over is planning. Not the we-just-met-but-here’s-my-ring-preference type, but the type that comes from discussing your goals and desires in life. Here’s a timely example - the JLo/Marc Anthony split.
You've probably heard some variation on the old expression, "Every relationship fails until one doesn't." Charming, no? This notion has got me thinking about a particularly loved Hollywood darling who can't seem to escape the stigma of failed relationships: Jennifer Aniston.
Some guys appear to be under the impression that an expensive courtship is the only way to win the woman of their dreams, but we now see that's not the case. For further proof, read on to find your final installment of fantastic dates without the sticker shock.
Disney corrupted us pretty much from birth, training us that we should expect our princes to come rescue us. And now, thanks to Meg Ryan, Julia Roberts, and our other favorite leading ladies, we think that we have to rescue our relationships. WE DON’T. Sometimes, just cutting your losses is your smartest course of action.