An article by Yahoo Real Estate gives some surprising, and some not surprising statistics on how living situations influence our dating (mate selection) lives.
A new research paper explores the relationship between physical and social pain finding that the connection is much stronger than imagined. So, Suffering from a broken heart? this study suggest that taking two tylenols may be the cure. Judge for yourself.
I recently read a fascinating about how fear has been transformed into attraction. Read the article and judge for yourself. I personally think, though interesting and even though I believe there experiment is a bit flawed, I do agree that how we interpret and label our feelings can change the type of experience we have of them.
Found this lovely poem on Grief & Loss entitled "do not grieve". The beauty of the message is in its simplicity.
image source: Sharon Brogan
I found a great new post today on "How To Meet Single Men" that actually intrigued me. It was to the point, simple and accurate. You'd be surprised how some people don't know the simple rules to dating. I hear it often, the complaint, "I don't know where to meet men". The truth is that you don't need a certain place to meet a man, what you really need is the right attitude.
As the article points out number one way to attract attention from the opposite sex is having confidence within yourself. Additionally, I would like to add that tapping into your sexual energy and being able to use the powers of seductiveness positively to get what you want is key. The article made a great point, it is essential that you find the balance between being the "stand-offish bitch" and an every day "slut". And that balance is often a gray area. However, once you find the right formula that works for you, than you should be set.
Stay tuned as I am about to publish an article about this very topic soon. I will give further details and advice on ways to attract the opposite sex.
Edinburgh-based photographer Diana Eastman shot this gorgeous photograph overlayed with a classic anatomical illustration from what I believe is Grey’s Anatomy. This illustration was found at "Who Killed Bambi"
I’ve always loved the lines and contours of a female back. While men hold their strength in their arms or chests, I feel that a woman holds all her strength in her back.
View more of Diana’s photography at deeastman.com and her Flickr.