Sujeiry Gonzalez Contributor
Sujeiry Gonzalez is Latina's love and sex expert and the Host of LOVE Sujeiry on SiriusXM (Ch 154). The founder of LoveSujeiry - a brand for love and beauty - and Publisher of LoveSujeiry.com is also a Rodan + Fields consultant. Sujeiry has authored two books that help Latinas navigate the world of dating and love (Dating RITE: Advice on Dating Woes from Your Go-to Chica and Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles) and provides dating and beauty advice daily.
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Couples will fight, and it doesn’t mean they aren’t in love anymore or that they don’t make each other happy (most of the time). Of course, some couples argue more than others. Blame it on personality clashes and incompatibility.
Still, no matter how lovey dovey you are as an item, some disagreements can’t be escaped or ignored. Life happens, finances change and familia, well, they always have something to say. Here are some of the biggest fights couples have that can make or break the relationship.
Dating as a single mom is no easy feat. Not only do you have to tend to your child(ren) while getting dolled up for a date, but your date must also understand that motherhood trumps grownup playtime.
How difficult is it to mingle with kid in tow? Do men run away when they hear “single mom” or take on the role of “Daddy” (sometimes way too eagerly)? These Latinas are speaking out about what it’s really like to date as a single mother:
If you’re obsessed with astrology, you read your horoscope daily and articles on sun sign compatibility. You may even squeal when you learn that, yes, you and Ryan Guzman would be perfect together! After all, he’s a Virgo and you’re a Taurus – match made in heaven, verdad?
Hearing the words “I love you” can send shivers down our spines. The feeling is transformative — well, that’s if you actually love the person back.
If you do, there are many innovative ways to share your amor. Whether it’s your anniversary or you want to shower your bae with love just ‘cause, actions always speak louder than words. If you're hoping to amp the romance factor in your relationship, here are some creative ways to tell someone you love them, without actually saying it.
When you hear the word “break,” a few things may come to mind: Ross Geller of “Friends” screaming “We were on a break!,” an impending breakup masked as a break, and a whirlwind of questions regarding the reason for said break. Will you get back together? Why do we need a break at all? What does it all mean?!
Don’t fret, chicas. All is not lost. Though “taking a break" is considered the kiss of death for couples, some amazing things can come from it. Here are a few reasons to take a break in your relationship:
When it comes to the Sugar Baby/Sugar Daddy lifestyle, many don’t know the truth behind the money, glitz and, yes, sometimes even the sex that comes along. Yet we judge harshly, shake our heads in disapproval and criticize women who choose to date much older and wealthier men.
Well, it’s time for some truth serum. Here, a few Latinas share what it’s really like to be a Sugar Baby:
You’re about to tie the knot, but before you do there’s a pesky prenup to take care of, one that includes appropriate social media behavior. We’re talking about a social media prenup, chicas: a legal document that dictates the dos and don’ts of you and your soon-to-be spouse’s online activity.
From first dates to magical kisses, there’s always a story to tell. That includes awful dates we wish to forget.
But bad rendezvous also serve as teachable moments and are always good for a laugh, especially the following. Here are some of the worst dates ever, as told by Latinas.
Gone are the days where women waited for men to kick game. In fact, many women are bold enough to see a cutie, approach them and ask for their number. But are you doing this effectively?
Much like women, men get turned off by certain approaches. So let’s get the scoop straight from the mouth of penis’! Here, a few good men share what works when hitting on them.
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