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Katherine Feeney Can open-relationships offer people true open-mindedness?
Katherine Feeney If women proposing marriage is now acceptable, why aren't more doing it?
Katherine Feeney Couples have been able to find love for centuries without dating apps. Is technology a better matchmaker or does it merely expand choices?
Iowa State University sociologists report in this March Issue of Journal of Health and Social Behavior that couples in which wives got sick are six percent more likely to divorce than couples where the wives remained healthy. Note we’re talking about wives here – the paper says a husband’s illness did not increase the risk for divorce.
As one fella put it to me, "when you're looking for a serve of dessert, you don't want to skimp on the cream. Anyone caught dishing up a less than decent dollop doesn't rate a second chance. Nobody wants to beg for seconds, especially if the cupboard is bare".
Enjoying Valentine’s Day may help those who struggle with orgasms. By the same token, hating on Valentine’s Day might well prove ruinous to your hopes of ever having a rewarding relationship.