First, Aziz Ansari, the creator and star of Netflix's series Master of None, is a genius. The way he subtly exposes issues challenging single people today - especially with existing stereotypes of race, gender, and sexuality - is amazing. He points out our flaws and weaknesses in a way . . .
Breadcrumbing is a new term in dating, but the behavior has been around for a while. Like with ghosting, if you’ve been dating for any period of time, chances are you’ve encountered someone who does it, or perhaps you do it yourself. Breadcrumbing is a tactic of leading someone on through . . .
I just returned from a hiking trip in Alaska, and man. It was beautiful and intense. Stunning landscapes, especially as the snow was melting. The trails were difficult - icy, muddy, steep - and incredible. Alaska really is Into the Wild, magic bus from the movie . . .
Happiness is that elusive thing we all desire. We spend a lot of time and energy looking for it - in a job, in a partner, in a new house, a new neighborhood, a new group of friends. But then, after a few weeks of bliss, our happiness fades. And we search again. It often remains out of . . .
Who can deny that there's something inherently sexy about an artist? Let's be scientific about it for a sec. Studies have shown that a guy carrying a guitar is much more likely to get a date than a man without a musical prop. Why? Because many women find music - and musicians - sexy. But if you . . .
I just finished watching the HBO show Big Little Lies (based on Liane Moriarty's best-selling book). And first, let me just say, it brings up a lot of relationship issues that we try to avoid. The story, driven by a murder (we don't know who was murdered or who murdered him through most of the . . .