Archives for the ‘For Women’ Category

New Moon- an analysis

By • Nov 27th, 2009 • Category: For Women

I’m a huge fan of the Twilight movie series. Not because I’m a sucker for gooey teenage love romances or I think it’s particularly breathtaking movie making. No, I love these movies because it’s written by a woman for girls, and so gives a backstage look at women’s desires and fantasies. As I sit and […]



The bonding gene- is monogamy all in your head?

By • Jul 21st, 2009 • Category: For Women

Apparently researchers in Sweden have discovered a gene that has a significant impact on the mating habits of males, specifically their chances of committing to a relationship and bonding in a monogamous relationship. There is a hormone, vasopressin that influences social behavior in males. Studies show that males who have a higher amount of vasopressin […]



Q & A- Women’s Biggest Complaints about Men Answered

By • Jul 9th, 2009 • Category: For Women

I get a lot of questions in my inbox from readers of the site and most of them are actually from female readers. Just as is usually the case in real life, people’s biggest problems are usually mostly or even completely self-created.  Often the problem isn’t with the other person, but rather with our own […]



Ladies- should you make the first move?

By • Jun 10th, 2009 • Category: For Women

You just met a cute guy at a party, you’ve been talking to him for over half an hour, he’s charming and a good conversationalist. You’d love to see him again after the party, he seems interested in you, but he’s just not going for the number. What’s wrong with this guy? Or you’ve already […]



Ladies- when fantasy gets in the way of reality

By • May 19th, 2009 • Category: For Women

I had a conversation recently with a psychotherapist who specializes in couples and marriage therapy and she mentioned that one of the most common problems that she sees in marriages is when the husband is gone at work for many hours, then gets home too tired to do anything, while the wife has more time […]



Player or Not?

By • Jan 30th, 2009 • Category: For Women

Sometimes when you start dating a new guy, you may have some mixed signals, and you don’t know how to interpret it. You are starting to fall for him, but at the same time you don’t want to get hurt and you want to make sure his heart is in the right place. So how […]



How to deal with your football addicted guy

By • Jan 28th, 2009 • Category: For Women

It’s NFL playoff season and the Super Bowl is coming up, which only means one thing for many American woman- their guys disappear over the weekend doing nothing but watching football.  It can be frustrating to deal with an absent boyfriend or husband, so what’s a girl to do to deal with this situation? First, […]



You love your guy, but you haven’t been able to reach an orgasm

By • Sep 23rd, 2008 • Category: For Women

I often get questions regarding some sort of sexually-related frustrations both from couples and singles. For something that should be so pleasurable, there is a lot of anxiety out there surrounding this act. One of the most frequent questions in this regard is from women who are either a) having trouble orgasming with their partner […]



You’ve been dating for a while, but he won’t commit

By • Sep 16th, 2008 • Category: Articles, For Women

You’ve been dating your guy for a while now, over a year. You’ve been dropping hints about wanting a more serious commitment, but he acts like he just doesn’t get what you’re trying to say.  It seems that, as far as he’s concerned, he could maintain the status quo indefinitely and wouldn’t even mind. You […]



Do “The Rules” work or is it just playing games?

By • Aug 21st, 2008 • Category: For Women

A few years back (actually 1995) a book called “The Rules” came out and hit the best seller list. This book instructed women how to land a guy who will fall head over heels in love with them and give them a ring shortly thereafter.  There was much debate and publicity about this book because […]