I broke up with my guy a while ago, which was the right thing to do
At 19, I married the first man I slept with. He died last year after 23 years of marriage, and within a month, I was in a new relationship with a wonderful man I met online.
This guy I’m having a casual thing with is quick-witted, is droll and makes me laugh hard, and I just LOVE having sex with him…
My best friend is a guy. We have tons in common and have conversations that are lively, honest, and deep.
My boyfriend of two months is a gem, but his house is a horror.
I just turned 26, and I’m ready to be married. My previous two boyfriends dragged their feet and then said the blood-boiling line: “I will marry you … someday.” I met a guy online, and we initiated a relationship on the basis that he was ready for marriage. Four months after our first kiss, I broke up with him after he, too, expressed hesitation about marriage.
Does a long-term relationship automatically grant you access to your partner’s email account? Is sharing a password necessary when sharing a life?
After my girlfriend and I split up, I wrote a creative nonfiction piece about our breakup (changing some identifying details). I published it on a popular blog and linked to it on Facebook. We’re back together, and things are great; however, she saw the story and was humiliated.
Oh, potential Dad. You thought your wife would be cool with your decision to live child-free. Now, you might want to free her up so she can find a man who can give her what she wants.
Amy gives advice on what to do when a potential business partner wants to engage in frisky business with your spouse.