“He was on social media all the time, all the time — and it drove me absolutely out of my mind.”
Spice up your plans with these five ways to ignite the fire in your relationship this Valentine’s Day
Jess Levin from CaratsAndCake.com appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning with tips for newly engaged couples.
A new trend in intimacy has local couples holding back in the bedroom. They say that this ‘amazing’ new spin on sex has made their lives better than ever.
Do you love your sweetheart enough this Valentine’s Day to put down the chocolates and pick up the dumbbells?
Maybe the two of you know you’re in it for the long haul, or maybe you’re still trying on your relationship for size. No matter where you’re currently at as a couple, your connection to each other can strengthen and grow if you build in time together. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here are a few ideas to help you get started.
Finances have proven to be the main source of stress for many couples. Personal finance expert and author, Manisha Thakor said the best way to manage the money in your marriage is simple – get financially naked.
When it comes to planning a wedding, newlyweds go all out. But what happens when that wedding ends in divorce? We met a LA-area party planner that specializes in “divorce parties” — parties designed to help divorcees move on with a big bash.
A federal judge has upheld a gay judge’s ruling to strike down California’s same-sex marriage ban.
The average adult plans on spending $116.21 on Valentine’s Day gifts and merchandise, a 12.8 percent increase from last year’s $103, according to a survey conducted for the National Retail Federation.