Chill out! Here are five surprising ways stress is hurting your singlehood, sex life or relationship.
Target 10 conducted a survey of 150 gay and lesbian participants pertaining to their experiences when they go home for the holiday—more specifically their love life when they're visiting home for the holidays. The survey found that certain standards weren't as strict for gay couples, such as the expectation of sleeping in the same bed and public displays of affection; finding that 90% of gays and lesbians did sleep in the same room.
There's always going to be a market for the celebrity sex video: It's naked famous people getting "caught in the act" and being, in most cases, genuinely intimate (when they're not adjusting their cameras or trying to find their best angles). Thing is, most celeb sex videos won't make it into wide theatrical releases, and before Paris Hilton made having a sex video a prerequisite to global superstardom, if audiences wanted to see sex onscreen, they'd either have to go to a red light district or attempt to unscramble their cable boxes after 10PM.
Taking my romantic cues from soap operas has led to a great deal of complications in my real-life love scenarios.
If you've ever been stuck in a hard place, wondering the right thing or the best thing to do, it helps to shift perspectives. Here are 4 questions to ask yourself in those difficult moments.
I'm single, and guess what? I'm happy.
When you're divorcing and confused and upset and uncertain, small reminders that life goes on can make one hell of a difference. Trust me on that.
Love him or hate him, at some point the Elf on the Shelf is going to have to go and we've come up with a dozen ways to send him on his merry %$&@ing way.
Cyber Monday means it's officially Christmas time, so that means you've got to figure out gifts to get everyone you know, and gifts for him (you know who) can sometimes be tough. It's fun, but it can also be super frustrating. Gifts say something about your relationship with that person, and a bad gift is basically saying, "I don't really know you that well," and that makes Christmas terrible.
In this day and age, "I love you" is sometimes said without meaning and effort. It's said through "I love you" snapchats that disappear within seconds, through text messages that eventually get deleted and through facebook messages that sometimes aren't even seen. Back in the day, saying "I love you" was timeless. It was expressed in ways that created a permanent spot in your memory and/or left behind a memento in your life that was impossible to forget.