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4 Reasons Why '50 Shades' Is Still So Popular [EXPERT]
Has '50 Shades' steamed up your sex life?

4 Reasons Why '50 Shades' Is Still So Popular

The "Fifty Shades" books continue to generate buzz. As an expert in dominance and submission, as well as a general sexual enthusiast, I have a few ideas about how the "Fifty Shades" books became so popular and why they won't be losing their steam anytime soon.

How To Move On From Your Divorce [EXPERT]
Don't let your divorce dictate the rest of your life!

How To Move On From Your Divorce

Oh my god ... What happened? How did such devotion, harmony and bliss turn into disgust, bitterness and anger? Can you ever again look at this person the way you used to? Can you ever go back to the way it was? Has all this time together been wasted?

Are Monkeys More Sexually Evolved Than Humans?

Are Monkeys More Sexually Evolved Than Humans?

Listener Question: Love your title, What You Need to Know Before You Drop Your Drawers. Tell me, though, why does dropping one’s drawers have to be the line of demarcation? Is that really the point of no return? If so, then why do you consider it as such? My studies of aboriginal Polynesian societies have led me to delve into customs of touching in other nearly nude societies, including those of primates, with whom we share 98% of our DNA.

5 Reasons You Should Spill Your Secrets To Your Guy [EXPERT]
Have you been honest?

5 Reasons You Should Spill Your Secrets To Your Guy

If you've been around sex addiction meetings long enough, you've no doubt heard people talking about "disclosure." While there are many different ways to go through the disclosure process, I thought I'd spend a few minutes discussing what disclosure is all about and why you might consider going through it.

4 Tips To Make Co-Parenting With Your Ex Easier

4 Tips To Make Co-Parenting With Your Ex Easier

The word “co-parenting” can be a detriment. It is a mushy and loving word, but many people in these situations are not feeling mushy and loving. As a divorced co-parenting teacher and therapist,  I often hear comments like: “It is absurd to think that we are ‘co-parenting’-- my ex is a bully and has no interest in compromising and communicating. How do you co-parent with someone who has no interest in co-parenting?” 

What Tattoos Really Say About A Woman [EXPERT]
Do you have a tattoo?

What Tattoos Really Say About A Woman

Here are just a few examples of unflattering epithets we've heard. "Not very feminine." "Too tough." "Promiscuous" and even "dirty" or "trashy." How much truth is in all of that? Why are we so prejudiced when meeting someone new? You should get to know her first. You might be pleasantly surprised. Things are not always what they seem.

The Power of Play

The Power of Play

Research shows that play is not only important, but crucial for healthy child development.  Free and imaginative play is all too often substituted these days with scheduled activities, team sports and computer or TV time.  Overscheduling our children has a negative impact on their healthy social, educational and emotional development.  While many parents believe starting their children young in these activities and getting them to read as early as possible will give them an "edge", research has shown the exact opposite to be true.  Children need th

Do Not Let Money Ruin Your Relationships

Do Not Let Money Ruin Your Relationships

Many relationships end because of  money. Do not let this happen to your relationship. Here are some suggestions on what you can do to prevent money from being a factor in your relationships. The first step a couple should do is to be honest with one another when it comes to their finances. Do not try to hide your debt, monthly expenses, or your savings from the other person. Being open and honest with your finances is very important before you get married.