If you have paid careful attention, you may have noticed that ordinary friction sex, the kind of sexual exchange that most men employ, is characterized by a series of incessant, robotic, pelvic pumping actions combined with rapid breathing. There is no doubt that this is the fast and hard version of sex that has been glorified in pornography and elsewhere.
When we’re younger, there’s certainly power in numbers. Looking back to my twenties, I remember how my friends and I wouldn’t even walk into a bar by ourselves. Instead we’d wait outside for a wingman, even in 15-degree weather. By the time I reached my mid-thirties, I realized this group approach wasn’t working, so I decided to try a new one… Going out by myself.
Sex toys are fun additions to any couples bedroom repertoire but when your playthings outlast your relationship should you save them for your next partner?
The challenges facing a person who is married to someone with untreated Attention Deficit Disorder, or ADD, can be difficult to navigate.
As parents, we all want to help our children develop positive self esteem. In doing so, we need to create a healthy foundation for them to grow within and succeed. Sometimes, it can be difficult to instill self-esteem within our children, if we do not possess a positive self image ourselves. Remember parents, children model what they observe. If we are not healthy role models for our children then our children may internalize negative self worth.
For many couples, a romantic getaway may be out of reach given their busy schedules with work, family or other obligations. So why not try a more realistic alternative? A "staycation" is a relaxing and fun way to find new experiences right at home.
All I want to say is whether you go through the horror that Tig [from Son's of Anarchy] went through or have a disagreement with your spouse, human beings generally react in one of three ways.
There has been much written about Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), which is an all-pervasive pattern of grandiosity, intense need for approval, admiration or adulation, self-importance and sense of entitlement, constant envy of others, arrogance coupled with rage when frustrated, and total lack of empathy.
We think one of the keys to a great relationship is spending time together – lots of it!! We have a date night just about every week and work on being intentional with this part of our relationship. It IS important, but there is one question that needs to be answered…how do you have a date night that satisfies all of the Money Personalities in your relationship?
The other day, I was talking on the phone with a 38 year old potential client who told me that she had lost all hope of finding her soulmate. When I asked why, she told me that she has this belief that she just doesn’t get to have what she wants and that she doesn’t deserve soulmate love. She also said that she’s having a really tough time getting over the heartache of her past relationship with her ex-husband, thinking that her getting a divorce is a signal that something inherently wrong with her.