“Grooms do not have to do much in the planning of the wedding or even on the day itself”
Really!? Why??? I can’t get my head around why the wedding day would be a bigger deal to the bride than the groom and why he wouldn’t want to have a say in it but tradition dictates that it is pretty much about the bride realising her childhood dream of the perfect wedding and playing the role of princess for a day. The man is left with picking up the bill and complaining to his mates about how expensive it all is. Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how media perpetuates the male stereotype of the bad boy ‘alpha’ male who easily pulls on the first date? Look no further than the ‘dating advice‘ administered on askmen.com. Basically it boils down to that being nice to a woman makes you a loser. “Really,” I hear you asking? “We’re still at the cave man stage?” So it appears, Love Doves… so it appears.
So let me recap it all for you and save you the trip to another site:
It’s spring and love is in the air… Are you ready to get your mojo back with a hot and steamy Tarot reading about your latest flirt? The ‘Oh L’Amour!’ Tarot Spread will tell you all you need to know about him and how available he is for a spring fling or perhaps even something a bit more serious… My favourite deck for this type of reading is the Tarot of Sexual Magic by Lo Scarabeo. Any erotic deck will do though!
L – Loveability… What you fancy about him. Is he a good guy?
A – Availability… He’s he hooked on another? Is he emotionally available?
M – Masculinity… How he expresses his masculinity, virility/sexuality. Continue reading
After last week’s post about Givers, Takers and Matchers in Love and in the Tarot, it was suggested on my FB page that I write a post about signs that the person you are dating is a giver. The problem for me as a natural giver is that I tend to look for the positive first in everyone and that makes me believe everyone has good intentions. I’ve had to think long and hard about what separates us from the Takers and how they view us. I’ve also talked to friends about it to get a more detached perspective. The result is the following 10 signs: Continue reading
In all forms of relating, people can be divided into three main categories: Givers, Takers and Matchers. Apparently, according to Adam Grant, the ones who have the highest success rates in terms of establishing happy long-term relationships are also the ones with the highest number of failed relationships. Continue reading