Tired of other people’s brat children, a reader asks why parents allow their children to run through restaurants and scream while they do nothing to correct their behavior.
Why do women think cooking, cleaning and being attentive to men is the way to catch a husband? In reality men want something completely different.
The relationship started off with sizzle and heat, but now we feel like a couple married for 50 years. How can the spark be gone in less than two years?
He claims he isn’t ready for the obligations and responsibilities of “a relationship,” though he has no problem asking her to not see other people. Ms HeartBeat exposes the game!
Men feel rejection and take it as a condemnation of their entire existence. I’ve always wondered why men get so attached to a specific outcome and have all these expectations of a woman they don’t even know.
When racism rears its ugly head in a teen dating relationship, an idealistic young woman asks “why so much hate?”.
Confused about her new beau’s ongoing relationship with an ex, a reader writes for guidance on handling her jealousy.
A mother writes to express disappointment in the behavior of her two daughters that put her down, backtalk and take her for granted. How can she turn this situation around and get the respect she deserves?
After a great first date and a promise to call, a young woman wonders why days have gone by and the phone hasn’t rung. Tired of waiting, should she take the bull by the horns and call him?
Women often pretend to be “confused” about a relationship when they just don’t want to face facts.
He’s White and she’s Black. Can the issues of race which scare her away from commitment ever be overcome?