Dr. Seuss' 108th birthday is making us reminisce about our childhoods. Back then, we didn't realize that his children's rhymes could teach us so much about love. And yet, there's a love lesson in every story!
Pride, greed, gluttony, sloth, envy, anger and lust — the seven deadly sins — get a pretty bad rap in western culture, but a closer look at the scientific record suggests that even these deadliest of vices might not be so deadly after all.
Have you ever heard of 'bibliotherapy?' I've been a practitioner for years, but I never heard this fancy word until recently. Bibliotherapy is an academic term used to describe the amazingly beneficial (and very delightful!) mind/body reactions that occur from reading erotic romantic literature. In fact, sex therapists are advising their female patients to get busy and start reading erotic romance! Yay!
What the not-so-private sex diaries of 1,500 Americans can teach us about relationships, love — and ourselves. Jessica Bennett on the new book "The Sex Diaries Project."
Every month, I always enjoy reading Jake's column in Glamour magazine. Since 1956, it's been penned by a slew of anonymous, single men who've helped countless women navigate the dating world by writing honestly and openly about the game of love from a man's perspective. One of the more recent Jakes has written a book, "Always Hit On The Wingman: And 9 Other Secret Rules For Getting The Love Life You Want."
She's a top-selling novelist with 28 books to her name, 27 of which have made the New York Times Bestseller list. One might think she would lose steam over the years, but Jackie Collins proves with her latest novel, Goddess of Vengeance, that she's still the queen of the written sex scene.
This isn't a success story really. Just a way to let you know that, if you are interested in my book, Who's Got the Compass?... I Think I'm Lost! you don't have to pay the Amazon listed price of $112 to get it - WOW! What a shock! Apparently, somebody really likes my book. You can get it at www.coremap.com for $16.00 and that includes shipping.
College campuses may be notorious for promiscuity, but don't forget that most students are actually there to, uh, study. According to a survey released by software company Kno, Inc., one in four college students would give up sex for a year in exchange for electronic textbooks.
The pop star is taking her lovelorn anthems—including her new single "Sparks Fly"—across the country in one of the biggest tours this summer, but her lyrics seem to have gotten a little help from a literary predecessor. Can you guess which lines are by the young songstress and which were penned by the "Pride and Prejudice" author?