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  • 20 Things Every Men Should Know About Women

    This neat list is designed to help men realize what women are thinking, feeling and needing. Read carefully, maybe several times through to get the full effect. 1.Sincerity matters a lot. We can tell when you call, or buy us gifts if you’re doing so out of a real desire to show affection and love, or because you feel like you have to. 2.Small displays of affection > gross displays. Subtlety is key; don’t advertise your feelings ...


  • Money Matters: Keep Your Wallet to Yourself!

    Navigating through the world of dating and serious relationships can be like trying to safely maneuver through a field full of landmines. The problem with us women, though, is we have the tendency to walk right into such explosions, even when the bomb is visible from miles away. Let’s focus on one of the biggest bomb threats: money. Women and men have very different spending habits; women are emotional spenders, which can lead to poor impulse-control and retail ...


  • Do Opposites Attract?

    The old saying, “opposites attract” is just that, old. Many have experienced being attracted to someone completely and utterly different than ourselves; there is something to be said for trying to find someone to fill in our holes and inadequacies. Something like the ying/yang picture—us women like to feel completed by a second half that can compensate for our shortcomings and not match us in every way. However, finding someone who is your mirror opposite can be exiting ...


  • Talking Bread in Bed

    Money, religion and politics: the three big no-no topics your mother taught you to never bring up at the dinner table. Ironically, when getting into a potentially lengthy relationship, these are just the issues you want to talk about most. Knowing where a potential partner stands on these issues can make or break the deal. We’re here to offer some advice on how to approach one of these areas: money. Bethany Palmer and her husband just co-wrote a ...