Learn to share your sexual fantasies with your partner with these easy tips.
Sharing your fantasies with your partner is an important first step to bringing them to life. If you don't talk about what you want, how are you ever going to get it? There are a variety of ways to have this conversation but the main goal is to get these sexy thoughts out of your head and into real life!
The Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy has taken the world by storm, learn how to enjoy your own kinky sex
With the world-wide phenomenon that the ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey” trilogy has become it’s impossible to escape the media coverage, the ecstatic fan base and the conversation it’s all stirred up. The most important aspect of these books is the permission they give to read, enjoy and even live out kinky fantasies.
During menopause, couples need good transition and navigation tools; the most important is . . .
Menopause opens the door to freedom from contraception but is also a time of annoyances such as vaginal dryness, dryer skin, weight gain, acne, and hair loss. You may have mood swings, fatigue, hot flashes, reduced libido, or brain-freeze. Most women do not experience all these symptoms, but having a few of them can feel like a few too many.
Having "the talk" is difficult for any parent, but using these 3 tips will make it easier.
My approach to the the "sex talk" is simple. Talk to your children naturally and sincerely. Preparing your children for the world of sex is an opportunity to talk to them honestly. Here are three tips to having "the talk" with your child.
Words can be lethal weapons. Learn how to handle them with care to avoid violence in relationships!
Violence is not limited to the physical realm. Words can be brutal, violent and abusive to a great extent, often without intent.
Projecting violence in words is counterproductive and toxic for the sender as much as for the recipient. MB Rosenberg, the thinker behind non-violent communication, nailed down the 6 communication behaviors we'd better avoid:
Embrace a new perspective on PMS and uncover a powerful tool for deeper intimacy in relationship
What; PMS and intimacy in the same sentence? Yes, they do go hand in hand and let me tell you how and why. First of all, let’s take a look at what PMS REALLY is. To do that I have to explain to you that in my world and the work that I do, I love to redefine negative concepts and language, imbuing them with positivity. Life after all is all about perspective. We tend to believe what we’ve been told growing up by the adults in our life, as well as buying into all the media messages we are bombarded with constantly.
Keeping your relationship running smoothly can be a challenge. Here are three very helpful tools.
At a time when fifty percent (or more) of marriages end in divorce, it is no surprise that one of the most frequent questions I am asked is, “Is there anything I can do to keep my marriage/relationship from falling apart?” The good news is, yes, if you and your partner really want your relationship to “go the distance” and avoid being just another sad, divorce statistic, there are three specific, and deceptively simple things you can do right now to start
Long term relationships can become routine, boring and stale. Here are a few suggestions to keep the relationship fresh.
1.Choose to look at the whole picture. The glass is half full and half empty ALWAYS. You can choose to look at what makes you unhappy, or you can choose to consider seeing both the glass half empty and half full (which is the real deal). Unless you are seeing the whole perspective, you will not be getting a realistic view.
Be sure you know exactly what you’re getting into by discussing key questions before you marry.
You would think that people planning to marry would talk about their loves, hates, needs, desires, futures and deal-breakers. Alas, I’ve talked with clients who have been married for some time only to learn that their partner doesn’t want the kids they’ve been planning on for a lifetime, wants a sexual favor they’re totally not into, doesn’t believe in spending money on the lawn, wants to spend every holiday with their parents, and, let’s just say I could go on. And on. And on.
Frustrated by the same never-ending arguments? Use these techniques to get to the bottom of it!
Do you ever have an argument or discussion with your partner and think, ‘I have no idea what to say right now’ or ‘I’m so mad that I can’t even hear you’? This post is meant to help guide you through a difficult conversation and manage feelings between you and your loved ones. I will use the word “partner” because communication between couples can be particularly difficult, but it could apply to a family member, a colleague, or a friend.
Step 1: Put yourself on hold, temporarily
Three ways explain to your dad that he is not the only man in your life.
Kate loves her dad but she is faced with a huge communication challenge because she thinks that he believes that at 26, she is still daddy's little girl, but she isn't. She needs to tell him that she plans to get married and she doesn't know how.