Irresistible You in the Bedroom may start with Irresistible You in the Kitchen. Maybe we should take a hint from the French. No other culture on the planet puts sex and food together in the same sentence, let alone the same room.
Between shows like “Man vs. Food” and websites like www.peopleofwalmart.com, it’s no shock that overweight Americans will soon become the laughingstock of the London Olympics. British illustrator Toby Leigh—aka Tobatron—has designed souvenir bags donning the phrase “I’ve rented my flat to a fat American family.” http://thatbigeventinlondon.co.uk/ His goal? To “inject some reality into the proceedings.” The worst part? We deserve it.
At this time on the planet, a time of so much accelerated change, it is easy to forget that the importance of female sexual satisfaction has only become widely accepted here in America since the sexual revolution of the 1960’s, and the women’s liberation movement that accompanied it. However, let’s not forget that in many parts of the world, and even in certain reactionary circles here in America, the prevailing attitude continues to be that it is a woman’s duty to sexually service men, and many disempowered women just grit their teeth and bear it.
Communication should be prominent in relationships, sometimes we tend to forget that the type of communication and how we address our concerns are just as important. In other words, there are things to keep in mind when talking to your man. So instead of focusing on the things you need to talk about, I thought I should point out the things women should never a man.
Even the most rock-solid couples feel insecure about their relationships sometimes. So, how do you build confidence in your relationship? We asked our experts to weigh in with their best suggestions, and here's what they had to say.
Imagine how your life could improve if you could shift your state of being, attitude and mindset gracefully and easily anytime you choose. The secret is that you can, following three easy steps.
After news of the Kristen Stewart mini-scandal broke this week, I was contacted by IBTimes writer Justine Ashley Costanza about infidelity amongst the famous and not-so-famous. Here's the conversation we had in preparation for her IBTimes article that appeared July 25th. Dr Snyder, you've said you're sympathetic to Stewart?
Many women go through life holding on to things that happened days, months or years ago. Everyone has a past and a story, but the things that happened in your life yesterday don't have to determine your tomorrow. Here is how to move on and free yourself from your past, once and for all.
As an ex-Catholic, I’ve had to practice giving up guilt around the conscious pursuit of pleasure in my life. I tend to agree with Napoleon Hill in Think & Grow Rich: "Ask life for great gifts and you encourage life to deliver them to you." I made up the following list for both a speech I gave and a column I wrote. I’m not elaborating much on any of my 11 guidelines here, because I hope you will put your own imagination to active use in seeing how they apply personally.
It doesn't concern me that I don't have a car or that there are many countries I've not been to. I don't care that I might not have any ice cream in my freezer. Who minds if there are three or six of us writing together in the memoir group. It's of no significance that I don't wear new clothes instead of long-owned ones. If I cared about being closer to a lake, I'd get on a bus or ride there with a friend.