Weight gain is a normal part of life but what if your partner has gained too much weight to the point where it affects their health? Relationship expert Dr. Russ L'Homme Dieu offers spouses a list of 8 helpful tips that will help you approach your partner about their weight gain.
Have you ever seen a guy at a casino who just can’t stop gambling even though he keeps losing money? Why is he doing that? He logically knows that he is losing money, and can even go completely broke if he continues, yet he simply can’t stop himself. Why is this?
To admit you have trouble reaching an orgasm is the best thing you can do. Instead of seeking out sexual attention from another person, be open and honest with your partner and work at reaching orgasm together.
I want to share this as a way of helping men to understand the importance of the clitoris: The clit is analogous to the glans, or head, of the penis. The head is, on most men, the most sensitive part of the cock. Gentlemen, imagine that you're getting a hand job or blow job that never touches the head of your cock. It would feel good, but would it be completely satisfying? Would it be difficult to come without the head getting some attention? Would you even be able to get there at all?
Don't let mistakes make and break you when it comes to finding love.
Life coach David Wygant wants you to move on from your ex. And now just to prove him wrong but to grow as a person who deserves love and happiness. Read on to learn the tips that will help you grow and change into the beautiful woman you know you are.
Hegemonic parenting dynamics continually portray the parent/authority-teen relationship as anything but harmonious. Learn how to better cooperate and progress.
Don't let your anxiety overcome you and leave you in a dark, lonely place. You deserve the best! Deal with your anxiety, and reinvent a better future for yourself.
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How well do you argue? I spent most of my life in the dark about how to stand up for my rights without alienating my partner. As a people pleaser, I’d let things slide for a while before addressing them – and then I’d be so upset, I’d implode. Or, I’d stand up for myself in a way that made my partner run for the hills. Sound familiar?