So you have been with your significant other for (insert time frame). Everything seems to be going well for the most part. You have your good times and naturally you have your rough moments. All in all you are ok with where the relationship currently stands and hope for the relationship to progress and be all you have hoped for it to be.

In today’s age of technology our phones have become our everything. It is our computer, our organizer, our video game player, our camera, and more. Lost in all of that is its original function, the ability to call and speak to someone with your voice. Seriously I think we spend more time on the phone doing everything else instead of actually talking on it.

One of the biggest complaints I hear from men is how women always go for  bad boys a.k.a a**holes. They have been led to believe that good guys finish last, and that being nice is a bad thing. A lot of men are frustrated by the fact that women claim they want a good guy, but when that man presents himself he is shot down or simply overlooked. The good guys have watched

Guest Post by Kevin Carr: I recently celebrated a birthday; along with the fun and festivities, came a pivotal time of reflection. As I began to think about my year past and my life as a whole, measuring where I am to where I want to be, I had an epiphany of sorts. Or, maybe I just finally noticed the obvious. For the past ten years I have been a serial dater and

No need to waste any time. I’m prepared to give you what you want by taking the title of "boyfriend", so bring that booty over here!...I mean it is that simple right? Not much else to it. Basically that's how it seems to go down with so many women. You know the women I’m talking about. The “I need to be in a relationship to have sex” women. Now don’t get me wrong,

Damn you Twitter! Damn you Facebook! To hell with all of the social networks that have emerged in the 21st century. Our relationships were getting along just fine before you got here. Love was real and all of you have come along to add unnecessary drama. You create issues that did not previously exist. You give access to our lives for everyone to look at, comment on, and stir up trouble.

Ok so I recently wrote an article 3 Rules To Being Romantic. Though the principles can and should be applied to both sexes, it was geared more towards what men need to do for their women. So my Facebook friend Nancy asked me to discuss what women could do for their man. I felt it was a good topic that should be addressed and there definitely are some things women could learn

HELL NO! Absolutely not! No ifs, ands, or buts about it! Ok now that I got that out, seriously I think in a majority of cases it's a bad idea. I believe there are too many risks or negatives that come along with a woman taking it upon herself to propose. I won’t dismiss the fact that there are some women who have done it and all is ok. In my opinion those are exceptions, and for most it is still very

A while back I wrote an article titled “Independent Woman Syndrome” and it received a lot of attention. It spoke on women needing to learn how to balance their independence once in a relationship. Many agreed, and some took offense. At the end of the day I stand by the belief that balance is needed for a relationship to grow in a positive manner. Many can choose to not understand or

I recently finished reading Steve Harvey’s book “Think Like A Man” and I must admit that it is a good book. I don’t understand why so many people are coming out against him and his book. It spoke a lot of truth and gave some good information. Now there are several key topics that he speaks on that I want to discuss further. I want to give you my direct opinion