I decided to “like” Psychology Today’s page on Facebook today, and while scrolling through the stories highlighted, I was intrigued by the teaser, “While it takes two to couple up, it takes only one to make things a whole lot better.” OK, sold, so I clicked on the link that lead to an article highlighting […]
Monthly Archive for October, 2013
I have been married twice and while I loved both my former husbands (well, at the time), neither was my “best friend.” Is that why I’m twice divorced? The answer might depend on whom I ask. People and so-called relationship experts are all over the map on the answer. Over at Thought Catalog, it’s a […]
Men and women are pushing back marriage — if they’re even getting married, that is. While our parents may have married in their early 20s, most women nowadays are marrying at 27 and most men at 29. Should we really be worried? Delaying marriage has its perks, especially if you’re a woman: Women accumulate more […]
Posted in Dating on Oct 14th, 2013
A Monday morning amusement, courtesy of www.datingwebsites.org. (who knew there was an online site for Trekkies, mullet lovers — shudder! — and Harry Potter fans?). I’ll have a blog post up tomorrow. Enjoy!
The Good Men Project recently pondered, what’s a man without money? That’s a good question. I’ve never been one to focus on money — my own or someone else’s — or see it as a path to happiness. Now that I’m at midlife, however, and helping to get two kids through college, hoping to retire […]
Recently, National Geographic had a startling cover — a picture of a baby and a headline declaring, “This Baby Will Live To Be 120.” Thanks in part to technological advances as well as ever-increasing life expectancy, others say we could live to be 1,000 years old although many more believe an average life span of […]