Showering your loved one with gifts is supposed to be sweet and romantic, not strange and flat out bizarre. When gift giving, sometimes it's OK to stick with a gift card. These gift ideas will explain why.Read Full Story
What woman in her right mind doesn't want to be deeply loved and in love, sexed up, whisked away on a romantic date and spoiled silly all while looking like a goddess? If there's a woman who doesn't want that, we haven't met her yet. So with that in mind, our SheKnows Love and Sex Experts have set out to uncover the best love and marriage advice, dating tips, healing information for breakups and divorce, sex tips and more. Make sure to check it all out, plus follow us on Twitter @SK_Loving!
Authors Elizabeth Wiggs Maas and her mother Susan Wiggs of How I Planned Your Wedding: The All-True Story of a Mother and Daughter Surviving the Happiest Day of Their Lives, shared their tips on how to have a perfectly stress-free wedding with these five must-dos.Read Full Story
Authors of Love For Grown-ups: The Garter Brides' Guide to Marrying for Life When You've Already Got a Life, Ann Blumenthal Jacobs, Ryan Lampl and Tish Rabe, handed over their expertise on finding Mr. Right with these dating tips for success.Read Full Story
Check out this excerpt from "Love for Grown-Ups: The Garter Brides' Guide to Marrying for Life When You've Already Got a Life" in which the authors, Ann Blumenthal Jacobs, Patricia Ryan Laml and Tish Rabe, draw up six grown-up reasons for writing a prenup.Read Full Story
While the best thing you can take away from your honeymoon is a wealth of romantic memories, it's also a great idea to take a little something else home as a memento of the trip of a lifetime. And by that we don't mean stealing the hotel towels and soap samples. Here are some nifty keepsakes that you can bring back from your honeymoon and display in your home as a constant, tangible reminder of the bliss you experienced.Read Full Story
Your wedding is days away. The tropical honeymoon is booked, you've planned the menu and paid the caterer. The engraved invitations are in the mail and friends and relatives are flying in from around the country. All that's left to do is put on that fabulous custom-fitted wedding gown and say "I do." The only problem is, you really want to shout, "No, no, I don't!" and let your cold feet run away as fast as they can. You'd love to call the wedding off, but something's stopping you.Read Full Story
Are you the divorced woman? Do you find that label unflattering and a little too heavy to carry on your shoulders? Do you feel somehow diminished whenever someone refers to you in this way? It's time for some empowerment, girlfriend!Read Full Story
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