Stylelife Girl: Lola

This time, Stylelife sent longtime coach The Sneak to chat with Lola. They covered the effects of a six-month silence, the difference between public and bedroom behavior, and the power of a good old fashioned love letter.Stylelife: If your friends were to choose three words to describe you, what words would they choose? Lola: Girly, ambitious and quirky. Stylelife: Are … Read More

Falling in Love, scientifically

Emma writes: After lengthy discussions and a four-part series dissecting what it means for us to fall in love and the three stages of love, I wondered the impact of this knowledge on the actual act of falling in love. Are we less-likely to ‘fall’ head-over-heels if we are hyper-aware of what is happening in our bodies? Does our knowledge … Read More


Emma writes… Most people have a certain type of ideal partner. Part of that type is driven by physical characteristics and part of what interests them. But more importantly than a lady’s type, are her non-negotiables. Non-negotiables are real things that drive women to get into and out of relationships. Non-negotiables transcend type. The distinct difference between a woman’s “type” … Read More

What Could Have Been?

Emma writes: Loving someone who doesn’t feel the same way sucks. I don’t need a lengthy explanation of the amount it sucks or all the different ways in which unequal love sucks. We all know that it does. What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger and blah, blah, blah. Yep, still sucks. What’s even worse though is living in perpetual … Read More

3 Romantic Gestures for Everyday Life

Have you ever wanted to make a sweet, romantic gesture for your girlfriend/lover/fiancee/wife without being an AFC? Here are a few handy examples of romantic gestures you can implement today. The key to remember is that personality and creativity is important. Use these tips to get started, but as you grow more confident, devote time to coming up with fun … Read More

5 Questions to Keep the Spark Alive in a Long-Term Relationship

If you want to avoid love packing a punch, here are a few simple tips that can help you be the best partner she ever had. A groundbreaking 2010 Syracuse University study found that the chemical reaction of falling in love – the dopamine, testosterone, and adrenaline dump that occurs in our brains in the early stages of a relationship … Read More