Ok, I can imagine that when you read the title "3 Ways to Rock Your Relationship With Your Body" you may be thinking all sorts of things! And actually, to be clear, the truth is that YES, your sex life IS a major part of a healthy relationship. It's a way of connecting on one of the four levels any healthy relationship requires: physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. However my topic today is much larger than that. Here's what I mean:
Whether it’s beginning a new diet, a new job or going back to school, the people you may count on the most may show you a less than supportive side. No matter what these fake friends say, they are not your friends. They are people who came into your life to compete with you and drag you back, so they can move forward feeling good when they compare themselves to you.
I once dated a guy who told me I gave button-lipped kisses. Since I had absolutely no proficiency in kissing, I was clueless how to proceed. "“Huh?” was my only response. “You need to learn how to kiss,” he replied. He obviously didn't want to take the time to show me, and never called me again. I was crushed; I didn’t know how to do something as basic as kissing. Virgin that I was, I certainly didn’t know how to have sex, but kissing? Come on!
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Relationships constantly call us to create, express and experience our higher self and higher vibration. Relationships never truly fail except in the human sense where the relationship didn't give you what you wanted. Every relationship is a stepping stone to truth and more love. Relationships change or fail when entered un-consciously.
Choosing The Right Stripper Pole: 4 Tips Stripper poles are all the rage, and for good reason – they are a fun way to spice up your sex life, and a great workout to boot! You can swing, spin and even hang upside down, and you’ll look and feel sexier. But before you buy, there are a few things to think about. Do you want a portable stripper pole or do you want one that will be permanently installed? Will you want to be able to take it down quickly or are you planning to really give it a workout? Here are a few tips to help you choose the right stripper pole:
Dear Dr. Romance: My boyfriend of a month and a week was planing a surprise for my birthday (he was trying to keep it a secret.) well we got in to a fight 3 days ago and last night I took him back. He was talking to my bff on im and he told her I took him back and told her he was going to propose to me on my birthday to prove that he loves me, and he was stupid and told me he had a big surprise for me.
Question: I discovered my partner looks at a lot of porn (mostly barely-legal age individual women sites) on a regular basis. I have no problem with viewing porn, but the individual young girls reality was upsetting (I’m mid 40's but look/act 30's). He explained that he uses these sites for masturbation and that it means nothing negative towards me or our relationship. Is this typical male behavior?