Maybe you're getting married and want to give your husband-to-be a very memorable wedding gift. Or perhaps you'd like something special to surprise your boyfriend with that's sure to spice up your relationship. Or you'd like to celebrate yourself with a permanent reminder or how gorgeous you are.
By Marcus Osborne, SMF, for GALTime.com So race car driver/spokeswoman/model Danica Patrick objects to being called “sexy”? Huh? This is the same woman who’s known just as much for her barely-clothed appearances in Super Bowl commercials every year as she is for being one of the few female drivers on the NASCAR circuit. You’re kidding, right Danica? It must truly be an odd position for women. Quite difficult indeed.
Tiffany doesn't recognize her husband Pete anymore. She remembers those early days of their relationship when Pete wanted to spend just about every waking moment with her and was so romantic and caring. This man, 8 years later, seems to be a completely different person! Feeling disappointed and resentful, Tiffany wonders how she can get her “Mr. Right” to return. She also worries that this is just an inevitable part of marriage and she'll have to either suffer through it or leave.
I think it’s safe to say, for the most part, we all love cuddling in some form or another. I almost feel like I hear people talk more about cuddling than sex! This makes sense. When you snuggle skin-to-skin you release an attachment hormone called Oxytocin which helps you and your partner bond! Hooray!
There are times when we find solace in the most unexpected places. What music teaches us about love, life and relationships may at times be profound. From sultry to practical, these songs hold beneficial advice for those in relationships!
If you're a chocolate lover then you probably don't need much convincing that chocolate is good for you. You are probably thrilled that right about now, the stores are overflowing with chocolate bunnies and eggs.
By Marianne Beach, for GalTime We’ve all heard the infamous break-up line: “It’s not you, it’s me!” But what if it really IS you that’s been sabotaging your relationship-- without even knowing it? Psychiatrist Rebecca Gladding, MD, co-author of “You are Not Your Brain: The 4-Step Solution for Changing Bad Habits, Ending Unhealthy Thinking, and Taking Control of Your Life” offers us the top five bad relationship habits we slip into...and how to break them once and for all.
By Tara Weng, GalTime The phrase sexual anorexia may seem a taboo one at that, but the truth of the matter is, it's a real, medically studied problem. It's a term that's been coined from the clinical diagnosis: sexual aversion disorder. The condition has been described by the experts as "one that goes far beyond inhibition or sexually negative attitudes. It is an obsessive state in which the thought of being sexual by oneself or with others is almost unbearable."
Anything worthwhile in life needs regular, positive attention. This includes relationships. If you want your most important relationships to grow and thrive, you need to care for them.
In 2004 He’s Just Not That Into You by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo was released and sparked a huge conversation in the dating world. This conversation helped them land a movie deal as well. I read this book in 2006 when I started my dating adventures after my divorce. I really enjoyed it, but something did not quite fit for me. So I put it down and went on my merry dating way.