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Why Worry?

Why Worry?

Worrying is a natural mental and emotional activity, an easy habit to fall into.  Our brains are designed (or evolved) to pay attention to danger.  When the lion or wolf attacks, we need to be prepared to run like hell, so fear prepares our bodies to do so by releasing hormones that direct the blood flow to the running muscles and change our breathing for the emergency state. 

3 Men You Should Avoid

3 Men You Should Avoid

Once you’ve done your research about how to get a guy, it’s common to want to put all that you’ve learned in action. However, you must be careful! Below are three types of guys that you should stay clear of while in the dating scene. Sadly, these types of men are often glamorized; making them seem like viable options, but they should be avoided.

Have You Forgotten About Tonto? Help Your Love Life Now!

Have You Forgotten About Tonto? Help Your Love Life Now!

As you may know, I’m American. And one thing us Americans tend to value above all else is self-sufficiency and independence (wait, that’s two things... but you know what I mean). I mean, most of us have rebellious pioneers in our DNA and we pride ourselves on being “self-made”- not that there’s really such thing. Nobody is a “self-made” anything... there was a team (even if a team of one other person) of some sort behind the success of one person.

See the Philadelphia Theatre Company's"The Mountaintop"

See the Philadelphia Theatre Company's"The Mountaintop"

    We really had no idea!  Very close to curtain time on the brutally cold evening of January 24th the door at Philadelphia's Suzanne Roberts (located on our proud Avenue of the Arts) closest to the coat-check was opened for us my husband, me, and others.  Because of this we were able to avoid the main entrance, quickly check our coats, hats and scarves and settle in for “The Mountaintop,” Katori Hall’s Olivier-winning, original rendition of the last night of Martin Luther King’s life at age 39 in Room 306 of the now

On Death & Loss: Lessons From "Downton Abbey"

On Death & Loss: Lessons From "Downton Abbey"

When processing something as difficult as the loss of a loved one, there is obviously no specific way that people are "supposed to" greive. Granny Violet's final words as the episode concludes are perhaps the most poignent: "When tragedies strike, we try to find someone to blame. In the absense of a suitable candidate, we usually blame ourselves...."

Does He Like You?

Does He Like You?

This is a question every single girl says at some point during her dating journey.  We think about it. We obsess about it. We play and replay every action and every work dissecting it beyond recognition. Why are we so concerned about what he thinks? As I watch friends navigate this process, it seems like they are so concerned about whether or not their love interest is interested in them that they forget to decide if they even like the guy.

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5 Kinky Sex Positions You Should Try Tonight

Sexy bedroom ‘spank and tickle’ play can be even more fun when you’re in “right” kinky sex positions. Up against a wall – this one is a classic and you don’t have to do the whole hoisted-in-the-air thing to make it hot. Simply being pushed up against the wall and keeping both feet on the ground can have a powerful effect. Using body pressure to stay firm up against the wall will likely make you both feel deliciously illicit.

4 Tips To Reignite A Relationship

4 Tips To Reignite A Relationship

Love is a truly fickle emotion that can burn out just as quickly and suddenly as it was originally ignited. When outside factors, such as money for example, create stress in a relationship that then love is most at risk. Once relationship problems become an issue, love can quickly deteriorate with no resolution in sight. Here are some basic strategies that will show you how to win love back: