Some of my friends have been concerned about how many partners they have been with. Many have been with an insane amount of people and some have had sex with a relatively small amount. But my question is, where is the sliding scale? How many is too many and how many is to little? With our lives fueled by sex, I wonder if people truly think there is a specific number you should stop at or stride for?
Today's Positive Interaction uses several different couple building skills. It requires you to communicate, and it helps to strengthen the positive connection between you in the bedroom. In Tuesday's article, The Top 5 Problems With Sex Today, I mentioned that people are getting too much information from the Internet, and not enough from their partner. Getting information from the Internet is, by its nature, impersonal.
Here is a smattering of tips from my latest book, "Dating DeMistyfied, 101 Online Dating Tips." I've left out much of "the meat and potatoes," but left in enough content for you to get an indication of what you will learn from this book. This book was written from 10 years of Internet dating experience, thousands of interviews with both men and women and research garnered from our last five to six Dating DeMistyfied Workshops.
Many people are “relentless” givers. They give and give to another and when it is not appreciated, the giver becomes upset and indignant. How can you treat me like this after all I’ve done for you? Are you someone who goes into relationship after relationship giving and giving and receiving nothing, not even appreciation, in return? Do you always find yourself saying, “I’m such a good person. I’m so generous.
According to CBS News, there's a new trend: couples are putting together cohabitation agreements when they move in together as a type of pre-nup precursor (http://cbsloc.al/JJLAeu). These agreements, or commitment contracts, address typical issues like how to split assets should the couple break up, but they can also set day-to-day ground rules like who shops for the groceries, how the rent is divided, and so forth.
Yes, I’m talking about the C-word today. A lot of people cringe when they hear this word. Some actually get a gut reaction and run away when it’s mentioned. But it has to be addressed- or you’ll NEVER find your true love and live your best life. The C-word I’m talking about is Commitment.
Hate working out? Join the club. While exercise is important, it isn't the only way to improve the way you look. In fact, there are plenty of painless ways to freshen up your appearance. Here are ten things you can do to feel better about your body without setting foot inside a spin class.
I think it is appropriate that my first column should deal with the most fundamental truth about men, and that is this: Men are simple. I know some of you may be thinking that I’ve completely sold out my brethren in an effort to pander to my female readers and gain their trust. But that is just not true. Because “simple” is not bad, or inferior, or lacking value and substance. “Simple” means simply…not complex.
I know that experiences with my immediate family and friends are changing because I am connecting with clarity to awareness. The veil is lifting as the lies dissolve and the secret held within is revealed. I feel the difference in me. I see the truth in others. My time in separation starts with me. Feelings of guilt, jealousy, self-doubt, resentment or hurt can rise up within when triggered by the presence of someone else’s secret. They may not even be aware of the information that is in them.
By GalTime Nerd Chick Andrea Eldridge Cleaning out the garage is one of those things on my lengthy list of things I should do, but will probably never get around to. Sorting through boxes is just never that compelling. But I've discovered that what typically pushes me to action is a little monetary persuasion.