According to an infographic by Happify, the happiest couples have sex 2-3 times a week. Now a doctor is agreeing with this fact — but he breaks down even further the average amount of love making among couples into different age groups.
We asked some women their thoughts on age. Although the first few who responded did so with a simple, "Older!" and nothing more, once we got the conversation going, we realized older isn't always better, and preferences aren't exactly what we thought they were.
According to a just-released Gallup poll, most Americans — to the tune of 58 percent — think the "ideal age" for women to begin having children is "25 or younger." Scarily, there is no bottom cap for that range, which in theory means 58 percent of our great country may or may not support teen pregnancy.
Love, when it comes to dudes, really does know no limits — and it really is just a number. Except, of course, for one teensy, tiny exception (that you actually won't believe). Guys get open about age with us in this week's "What Guys Really Think ..."
There are different levels of emotional and sexual intimacy, and a host of reasons for why we need both types. Intimacy does not come naturally, which is one of the main reasons why many men and women in their 20s and 30s struggle and fail in their relationships.
Cosmetic surgery is not just for celebrities who want to reverse time to recapture their youthful looks anymore. These days, confidence-boosting surgical procedures have become the weapon of choice of many Americans against wrinkles, sagging breasts or loose jowls, in an attempt to meet the pro-youth beauty standards of our culture.
By Relationship & Sex Talk, Jane Greer, Ph.D., for GalTime.com jessica simpson's parents file for divorce Tina and Joe Simpson, parents to pop stars Jessica and Ashlee, have filed for divorce after 34 years of marriage, citing “discord or conflict of personalities.” There have been rumors that Joe had an affair with a young
Are you aged? Too many logo's- on your glasses, handbag, shoes and clothing. Yikes enough is enough Too much embroidery and embellishment on clothing especially your jeans. Do I see puff paint? Cheap and clunky accessories- you know what I mean Matching from head to toe. Blend your colors and vary a bit Pantyhose with sandals. Need I say more? Your "ladies" hanging down to your waist. Screams 'matronly mama'
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This month, we recruited our ever insightful Facebook regulars to help create a list of things every woman should know by 30. It turns out that 30 is not the new 20. (It doesn't even want to be the new 20.) Instead, 30 is when life really starts getting good. Here's what you should know by your third decade to truly make the most of it.
I had gray hair since I was 16 years old; I noticed one long, solitary gray hair in the top of my head, every so slightly hidden underneath fluffy dark brown curls and I was oddly amazed. Every month or so after the first pluck, two or three others, mysteriously, appeared to replace the first. My plucking strategy worked rather well for several decades. However, upon approaching 40, instead of a few errant hairs scattered throughout my curls, I was confronted much more than a few strands. No longer content with popping up in the middle of my head, the gray demons gathered along the edges of my hair, prominent, as though they not only belonged in the same territory as their dark brown sisters, but were the new rulers. I decided I would not go quietly into that good night and welcomed dye like a drowning man welcomes a life-preserver, determined to fight and wage war against the unwelcome intruders until I could fight no more.
My message is simple: Embrace yourself for who you are. Yes, you're older, your body and mind have changed, but you have also evolved. Embrace that evolution. Use what talents you have and enjoy each day for what it is: an opportunity to experience, to do, to share, to create, to live.
Age is nothing but a number, but it's a really big number Dorothy Richards And Marjorie Ruddle: Together, these sisters are a combined 213 years three months, and 27 days.