It’s cuffing season, y’all, and while the rules keep changing, the motive stays the same—get cuffed up before the nights get shivery.
Don’t shoot the messenger; shoot your shot, sis. I recently attended a wedding as someone’s “plus one” and listened to the bride tell her story of how she met her husband—by sliding into his DMs. “I was so nervous,” the
A study published in Computers in Human Behavior found a 20 percent increase in Facebook enrollment was associated with a 2.18 to 4.32 percent increase in divorce rates. Ask an Expert: Psychologist Dr. Tina McClaire gives her take on healthy
BRAVO recently premiered a new dating show titled, “To Rome for Love”. If you are a single black woman in America you definitely need to be tuned in for the lessons from love and relationship coach Diann Valentine. After planning
Give Ginuwine a break. I don’t get why men are attacked as transphobes when they state they aren’t attracted to transwomen. I don’t want to debate if transwomen are women. That’s not my point. Ginuwine has been lambasted as a
Holidays can be tough if you crave solitude but your partner craves social contact. If your partner’s idea of the holidays is visiting friends, office parties, and Christmas Caroling, but your idea is slipping into your favorite slippers and cuddling
The dating landscape of the 21st century doesn’t rely on the perfectly timed meet cute where you capture the perfect stranger in your local Kroger while selecting the vegetable to go with your holiday ham. Instead, today’s singles swipe right or left
Marriage can be tough, but once you add careers, kids and other responsibilities, the relationship’s romance usually gets put on the back burner. Fortunately, Ronnie and Lamar Tyler, relationship experts and blogging duo of the hit website BlackAndMarriedWithKids.com, give us