Call it natural instinct, call it natural desire, call it animal attraction, raging hormones, high libido, some women love sex. They love to have it, hold it, be on it, be in it, around it, just as much if not more so than men! Stereotypically men are stronger, work harder, have bigger muscles and are always on the hunt for sex, be it with their partner or any partner for that matter.
I have two very close girlfriends, call them Sally and Wendy. They are not friends with each other, by the way, and you'll see why. Wendy is the type of woman that in times past would have been called easy or loose, but nowadays she's just a typical modern woman. In the 10 years or so that I've known her, she has had more boyfriends than I can count. And these relationships, for the most part, follow a familiar pattern.
For years I felt so much shame and guilt around being an emotional eater. Yet, that is just it. Emotional eaters tend to take on the weight of the world and feel more responsible than not. Did you get that? Taking on the weight of the world internally, lead to extra weight externally when we respond to stress with food. The problem with emotional eating is when we gain extra weight and the impact that weight, or eating "junk" foods, can have on our health, self-esteem and emotional worlds.
There is always something on TV to scare us. Hysterical articles in the media sell papers and attract eyeballs to websites, but usually exaggerate facts. If you listen without evaluating what you're being told, it's easy to become frightened. There's a reason why I don't usually waste time and energy on panic and drama.
Summer is a great time to get your kids happy and productive by giving them a purpose to dedicate their extra time to - their own business. Help them learn to explore their options in life by giving them The Entrepreneurial Bug. They'll be able to clearly see that their efforts (cause) will result in some fun consequences (effect) - ideally some extra cash. Help them realize now that they're little creators.
What is still not acceptable is truly talking about sex in a healthy positive proactive way. Teaching people about their bodies how they function along with their minds. Couples often don’t talk openly about their sex lives with each other. They may say they want to have sex, but communicating about how they like it, what their fantasies may be is still somewhat taboo. Even sex education classes, they don’t talk healthy sexuality.
Many times the scenario will be a heightened sex drive before the marriage and then possibly not wanting intimacy at all after marriage or they may have a difficult time getting emotionally close while love making. This can be very confusing for the individual that was abused and the spouse, leaving the partners frustrated and ultimately upset over the situation.
When Lucky Bloke announced Mission: Great Sex! and the call for Global Condom Reviews…well, of course, we responded. Who wouldn't want to try the top condoms from around the world for free? I mean it is all in the name of research, right? I had no idea how much condoms have changed and how changed my opinions would be. Believe me, I never thought I'd be writing this article.
Sex toys and sex toy shopping can be very intimidating for some people. I get emails and facebook me messages all of the time from women and couples who have no idea where to start. And, there are just some people who will NEVER walk into a sex toy store no matter what. It is just not in their personality no matter how "female oriented" a store is designed. (Some people are even shy buying online and over the phone!)
Stress Triggers for Kids How do you know what is stress and what is a temper tantrum? How do you figure out if the stomachache is from too many tacos last night or the math test scheduled today? Why would your six year old be stressed when you are the one who lost the job? Why would your eight year old suddenly hate Little League and begin wheezing as it nears time to go? At times all parents are confused by what are normal growing pains and what is a genuine fear or stress in their child’s life.