Porsha Williams blew up the Internet after she posted a photo showing her cuddling up with “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-star Falynn’s ex-husband, confirming that the two were in love after only 30 days. And then there was that ring. Tell us: Real love or made-for-TV love?
Aiming Too High: When Should You Lower Your Expectations in Dating?
Is there ever an instance where you should be real with yourself and admit when someone is out of your league? Even if it hurts? We weigh in on whether you should lower your dating expectations.
A Twisted Triangle: Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber... and The Weeknd?
Exes Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted grabbing breakfast while Gomez’s boyfriend, The Weeknd, was out of town. Would you be okay if your significant other caught up with their ex while you were away? Plus, actor Adam Sandler gets dragged for repeatedly touching actress Claire Foy’s knee during an appearance on Britain’s “The Graham Norton Show.”
A Change in Perspective: What We’ve Learned from Hitting Rock Bottom
From breaking up with a toxic ex to divorce, we weigh in on how we’ve handled hitting rock bottom and the change in perspective necessary to overcome those moments.
How Much Do Opposites Attract? Overweight Woman Married to Bodybuilder Proves Theory Wrong
While we know that opposites usually attract, society and perception can sometimes prevent us from throwing out that mile-long must-have list. We discuss the importance of letting go on the journey to find love.
What’s In A Nickname? Calling Him “Hubby” Without Being Married
Nicknames are considered sweet, but when do they go too far? We break down whether it’s okay for a woman to call her significant other her “husband” and vice versa if they’re not married. Plus, will blowing money fast actually help you make MORE money?
We Let YOU Pick the Topic: Molding Your Man into Marriage Material
Real fam: We asked and you answered! This topic is all about managing your expectations in relationships. Tarayah Thornton asked whether people have a higher standard when it comes to marrying someone or should that standard be set early in the dating phase?