A common judgment of women-younger partners in age gap relationships is that they are looking for a father figure, and have "daddy issues". This opinion, among others outlined in Arnold and Banks (2001) study shows that there is a common bias that age gap relationships are not socially acceptable. It has been shown that these relationships are highly marginalized, and partners in them feel that they do not receive support from family and friends; much less society.
Ok, I have had a crush on my friend Mark for sometime and knew of his new girlfriend. Yet I still wanted to jump his bones. When told me about how bad she treated him I wondered why was he with her. He is a good looking guy with a successful law firm, no kids, a chocolate lab and a nice condo over-looking the water. Had she seen him commit a crime...is he going through his mid-life crisis he is 40 and she 26, did/does he have a std or she is with him only because he pays her bills?
You are perfect just the way you are. Stop preparing for marriage and know you are perfect. You don’t need to do anything. You just need to be you. It’s not about the size of your thighs or your bank account. You are perfect just the way you are. If you don’t believe me, believe Billy Joel: “Don’t go changing to try and please me…I want you just the way you are.” That is the way marriage is meant to be. Do you accept that you are perfect today?
Dear Dr. Romance: I am a college girl doing master degree. I am facing some problems pertaining to my love life and i want help from you. My relation with my boyfriend is about a year old. After we got committed he is transferred to a different state. We are away from each other for the past 8 months. Meanwhile I have met a guy in my university in my department and i think i can feel some soft corners for him. He proposed me a some days back and after a few days i found myself leaning against him in his arms. Now my boyfriend loves me a lot and is very caring.
Patience is something I never thought I would have, but now with motherhood I realize that just maybe patience has been there all along and I just never saw it or drew upon it. As a child I can remember my parents often reminding me to be patient, to wait, to be considerate while another has his turn, and to trust my turn will be soon enough. They were right is so many ways that it is sometimes difficult to comprehend.
Hi guys, As I’ve been working on my new book I discovered that many of you start your sexual life totally unprepared. There is much false information out there circulating among you still, even in this age of information. Many dangerous urban myths about losing virginity that can ruin your life. I have answered many questions similar to this one:
Over many years I have observed that many men talk about anal sex as a means of humiliating woman. This impression I've gained because of the choice of words man use, nothing short of expressing the act of anal sex as a means of degrading woman. I wonder whether that attitude is widespread and other bloggers can confirm my impression. Besides that, I'm also interested whether the desire to perform anal sex could indicate latent homosexually.
I ran into an old yet very young ex lover over the weekend. Although we have maintained a friendly attitude towards one another I couldn't help but be reminded of how he giggled when I talked dirty to him in bed the last time we were together. I had never had anyone giggle before. I hadn't told a joke, but merely stated in not so many words how good he was making my body feel and what I wanted him to do . If anything it should have intensified the sex. After that I just was not into him anymore because I saw him as immature.
You’ve just met the perfect woman: she’s beautiful, sexy, and best of all deeply in love with you! There’s just one problem: you are not her first love. Can she love you more than she loved her first flame? Was he better than you in bed? Does she think of him while making love with you?