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My Husband Is Not My Best Friend, And I’m OK With That

My Husband Is Not My Best Friend, And I'm OK With That

It’s been said that the secret to a lasting marriage is to marry your best friend. As for my husband?

He’s my most reliable friend. He’s my funniest friend. He’s my most loyal friend. He’s my most genuine friend. He’s my most frank friend, resourceful friend and patient friend. He also happens to be my most handsome friend. But he isn’t my best friend. Read more on YourTango.com…

 

Are Women Really Into Your Mustache?

Are Women Really Into Your Mustache?

With Movember in full swing, it’s time to think of mustaches. Not beards, but mustaches that exist alone without the beard. You know, like the one Brad Pitt has been rocking as of late. It’s a difficult look to pull off for many, and since it is that Movember time of year again, it seemed like an ideal question for this week’s “What Women Really Think…”

I asked the ladies their feelings on mustaches. Are they creepy? Only OK in November, because it’s for a good cause? Perhaps, the sexiest thing a man can do to lure a woman into his clutches? Or something that only our favorite mustached-man Brad Pitt can pull off? Here’s what the ladies had to say. Read more on YourTango…

7 Proven Ways Facebook Is A Relationship Killer

7 Proven Ways Facebook Is A Relationship Killer

Infidelity comes in many different shapes and sizes. There is the most obvious kind where someone is sneaking around and physically having an affair with someone other than his or her partner. Then there is the emotional kind where you are turning to someone other than your partner to vent about your martial problems, to flirt, and contact them at any hour.

But now there is a new type of affair that is surely to be more common than you might think thanks to social media, and it’s called digital infidelity. It’s much like emotional infidelity except it’s all happening through social media. Read more on YourTango.com…

10 Teas For Introverts (And Why They’re Better Than Coffee)

10 Teas For Introverts And Why They're Better For You Than Coffee

For as long as I can remember, I’ve pretty much been a tea aficionado. There’s something about waking up to a nice, warm and light cup of herbal bliss that trumps drinking coffee everytime; in fact, as an introvert, curling up with a good book while sipping delicious blends should be the only way to spend the day. Having something healthy that gives me the same energy boost but without the crash definitely comes in handy on those days where cramming in notes for midterms and finals becomes my M.O. For those of us who want to lead a healthy lifestyle, remember that tea is totally a hug in a mug.

It’s funny to think that I come from a family of coffee lovers who dip their bread in a freshly roasted and dark cup of mocha while I just munch on macarons and sip on some bitter goodness (I like to pretend that I’m just coloring outside of the lines). But apparently, there’s actual science behind my aversion to coffee. Read More On YourTango.com…

Reading, Sweating And 8 Other Odd Ways To Boost Your Libido

Reading, Sweating And 8 Other Ways To Boost Your Libido

It seems like every week there’s a new study out claiming to boost your libido. Some of them make sense, but a lot of them are flat out bizarre. We rounded up 10 of the strangest sex boosters in case you were looking for a new way to get in the mood. Read More On YourTango.com…

15 Love Lessons Scary Movies Have Taught Us

15 Love Lessons Scary Movies Have Taught Us

October is officially here, which means it’s time to break out the horror flicks, the costumes, the pumpkins and of course, your scary movie collection. Scary movies are just better in October. You can curl up with a blanket (because it’s perfect blanket weather), a pumpkin pie and a little Norman Bates ,and that is an ideal night. Plus there are 31 nights to scare yourself!

However, there are many things that horror movies do for us besides terrify us and force us to sleep with one eye open (and sometimes even a light on). Scary movies can actually teach us many things. They teach us that locking yourself in a room when the murderer is in a house is really stupid, and they also show you not to investigate a scary situation. (Seriously! Why do they all want to explore the basements and the attics?! No thanks.) Read more on YourTango.com…

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