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  • I'll be turning 60 in another year or so and I can safely say that I feel a little wiser as I get older. I am sure it comes in part from my experiences of being married for 30 years of my life, raising 2 families and 3 kids! You learn a lot about yourself and other people when you are married that l...

  • Someone recently asked me this question, "what does being in love mean to you?", so I thought I would share some of my thoughts about this important question Being in love means that when you hold her late at night in the dark, you want to whisper in her ear that holding her is always the best ...

  • Whether you?re single and loving it or desperately seeking Mr./Ms. Right, being hounded about your relationship status is annoying. And yet it seems to be a perfectly acceptable topic of conversation at festive family functions this time of year. In preparation for holiday party season, we asked eve...

  • Back when I was single (as in, not even dating anyone), all I wanted for Christmas, for Thanksgiving even, was a great guy. I imagined us canoodling through the holiday season in some kind of winter-wonderland montage: Dragging home a Christmas tree together, downing bubbly in front of a blazing fir...

  • In our last installment, our columnist was trying to get to know Ethan a bit better after fabricating a repair that she could have easily fixed herself. After being quizzed about the 'Jessica' tattoo on his arm, Ethan drops a bombshell on Sara by mentioning his girlfriend! Have Sara's flirtations wi...

  • In our last installment, our writer's curiosity was piqued by the identity of the mysterious Jessica, a name tattooed - inside a heart, no less, on handyman Ethan's forearm. Could that be a twinge of jealousy she feels? Perhaps she just needs a distraction from her suddenly too-friendly ex, Craig. ...

  • It's important to use our good common sense whether we initially meet someone online or offline. I think most people value their privacy but sometimes we also need to exchange some limited information about ourselves. Issues like a woman's safety is always most important regarding this exchanging of...

  • In our last installment, our columnist had just returned from her all-girl weekend getaway and was staving off feelings of nostalgia about her failed marriage with Craig by summoning Ethan, the Craigslist handyman. She and Ethan had chemistry when he came over for repairs and lasagna just a few day...

  • In our last installment, our columnist fabricated a repair emergency just so she?d have an excuse to spend more time with Ethan after returning home from Florida. He seemed just as eager to see Sara again and agreed to come over right away. Is this the romantic connection she's been hoping for all a...

  • When my daughter was little, dating was like tiptoeing through a minefield without a flak jacket. Because I was still in my 20s when I divorced, the men I dated were young, childless and carefree ? and completely uninterested in becoming a stepdad. When my daughter cried, used scissors inappropriate...

  • Some people are blessed with somewhat normal relatives; others, with families that can seem a bit more unconventional - especially to an outsider. So what's a person with family issues to do when it comes to introducing a new boyfriend or girlfriend, particularly around the holidays? Do you bring ...

  • Is technology complicating your love life, leaving you just one click away from a romantic meltdown? If so, you are not alone. The truth is that some aspects of dating are changing as often as updates for the iPhone. Warp-speed transformations, especially in the ways we communicate, make dating t...

  • 'Tis the season to be jolly! 'Tis also the season where single people are reminded of how empty their lives must be by family, friends and those annoying couple-filled commercials. Now don-t get me wrong - sometimes I love being single. But those 40 days between Thanksgiving and New Year?s can make ...

  • Manners may seem old-fashioned, but they?re still important in making a good first impression. Take this fun quiz to figure out if your manners are good, bad or ugly.   1. How do you greet your date? Is that what youre wearing (Score = 1) Ready yet (Score = 2) Hello. (Score = 3) Hi. You look gr...

  • Forget the quandary of first-date attire. When it comes to choosing an outfit for a meeting with my boyfriends ex-wife, Im at a complete loss. This is serene acreage littered with potential land mines. Not only is there the very real possibility Ill arrive with my shirt on inside out, but th...

  • If youre single during the winter holidays, you might feel more like hibernating than getting out there and trying to find a date. But thats exactly what you shouldnt do. Dont wait until the New Year, start now. We asked the experts for ideas on how to find a great date under your tree (if not soon...

  • Dear Dr. Gilda, Im at a loss and I find myself losing faith in humanity. I am admittedly overweight not morbidly obese, just overweight. People constantly tell me, You have such a pretty face and If youd just lose some weight, or things on the other end of the spectrum, like If he cant look past yo...

  • Neil Sedaka was wrong! Breaking up is no longer hard to do. With a click of the mouse, we can say no and move on to the next dateand open ourselves up to the possibility of a better relationship. The Internet, text messaging, email and BlackBerry [allow] you to readily say NO to someone with...

  • Dear Dr. Gilda, OK, maybe Ive been watching too much television, but why is it that these monster brides are mean and disrespectful toward their men, yet the men still want them! I was married right out of high school for three years to a man who cheated on me. I treated him like a king. Is th...

  • Dear Lynn, I have known the man in my life for years and we are close, but I know that he still deals with his ex, his childs mother, who he was with for six years and who he lived with, even after they broke up, until recently. A few months ago he asked me about having a relationship with him and I...

  • Everyone does weird things. Oh, sure, most of us look normal most of the time, but there are places in the head where the trains dont run. A quick glance at our own family can be a convincer. Theres cousin Bobby, who collects sand; theres Aunt Carmen, who irons socks; theres Uncle Perry, who was o...

  • A funny thing happened when the cable guy came by to hook up my digital converter box the other day. He asked me out. Now, normally this wouldnt be a problem: The guy was cute, funny, and fairly knowledgeable about old movies (which I happen to love). But he was also 22 years younger than me...

  • Finding out your friends dont like your boyfriend can be a shock. It was for Joseph Cavalieri when his roommate delivered the news. She just didnt like him at all, says the 49-year-old glass artist from New York. She basically put the wall down and said, You can see me, but I dont want to be out wi...

  • Valeria Donovan doesnt mince words. Shes direct to a fault, a great quality for haggling with salesmen, maybe, but not always a benefit when it comes to her friends relationships. Ive lost friends, the 31-year-old aesthetician from Memphis admits, and her experience highlights the pitfalls of bein...

  • Kicking leaves, carving pumpkins, pencils, books and work: Were back in the fall routine. And as we resume our autumn rituals, most of us take stock. Perhaps theres nothing we ponder more thoroughly than our bedroom habitat. Is someone there If not, why not If so, is this The One Or should ...

  • Sure, we can be a pain in the butt sometimes. Sure, theres the nagging, the nosiness, the PMS mood swings and those easily injured feelings. But guys, think for a moment about all the wonderful things we ladies do. From the pains we take to be aesthetically pleasing to how we kiss it and mak...

  • When youre out of work, theres no question harder than What do you do for a living Its impact can be even worse when its coming from your date. And then there are the other pesky questions that follow. To help you field these queries, weve compiled a handy guide. Q: What do you do for a l...

  • Most wounds heal naturally, but if your last relationship ended with a near-fatal blow, it might not be enough to erase all your sweeties emails or delete that number from your cell. You might need to take stronger action. When youve split up with someone, youre not only dealing with a sudd...

  • When we last left our writer, she was fretting away the time until her work interrogation began armed with the knowledge that she'd seen scumbag Steve watching porn in the office, on his work computer! Will the tables get turned on her accusers? Read on to find out. Tuesday, 6 p.m. I spent all day ...

  • In our last installment, our writer enjoyed a brief but awkward video chat with Loves To Cook. With all the distractions going on in her professional life, Loves To Cook may have to wait just a bit as Sara tackles a mountain of work due the day of her review. Will she turn the tables on her accuser...

  • We left off with our columnist about to meet with Sasha Cogan, a work superior and mother to her daughter's best friend. Sara's nervous about sharing what's been going on with the turncoat trio of Charmaine, Burt and Steve, but isn't sure what she wants to accomplish beyond unburdening her c...

  • In our last installment, Sara was floating on air after explaining the whole sordid work situation to Sasha Cogan, a supervisor above Steve and the rest of the turncoats in her office. Shed just logged in for a chat with Loves To Cook to share the good news but what will his reaction be Thursday, ...

  • In our last installment, our writer, Sara, was riding high on all the male attention shed gotten throughout the week. Shed just gotten a response to her Craigslist posting from potential handyman, Ethan, and caught the eye of half of Barnes & Noble. Is there more in store for Ethan than just lasag...

  • In our last installment, Ethan the handyman had just completed a whirlwind tour of repairs through our columnists house. Just as she was putting up her feet at the end of a professionally and personally empowering week, the phone rang. Who called Sara Read on Saturday, 1 p.m. You will never...

  • When we last left our columnist, she was uncomfortably ensconced with a group of gals who share one thing in common with her: Craig, her ex-husband. Maybe his ears were burning, because Saras phone buzzed with a text message from Craig immediately afterwards. Why is he contacting her? Read o...

  • An old friend from high school once told a guy she couldnt go on another date with him because she was on weekend furlough from the local womens prison. Im not sure whats more lamethe excuse itself, or the fact that the guy actually believed it. Either way, it got me wondering what other lame excu...

  • Summer dating allows us to spend a lot of time outside. But cooler weathers on its way, so its time to think about moving back indoors. Here are some fun ideas for interesting indoor dates that dont involve loud clubs or packed barsjust sweet strategies for bringing you two closer. Try an active da...

  • OK, so we have our faults: Forgetting anniversaries, forgetting to put the seat down, and a whole bunch of other important things I m forgetting. But before you go wishing for a world devoid of us big dumb apes, take a minute to reflect on all the joy we bring to your world. Like duct tape, dudes ha...

  • In our last installment, Sara was searching for a handyman on Craigslist and trying to assuage her guilt over her daughter?s complaints about having two divorced parents. However, the weekend is over and its back to the office to see whats happened with the Terrible Turncoat Trio Monday, 9:30 a.m. ...

  • In our last installment, our columnist was feeling flirty and celebrating the end of the work investigation thatd left her sanity in tatters over the past few weeks. Her newfound buoyancy caught the eye of the checkout clerk; is this just the confidence boost Sara needs to get back into the ...