You have probably heard that women can have clitoral orgasms or vaginal orgasms. You might have heard about the debate within academia if vaginal orgasms actually exist. However, the experience of many women, my experience as a sexual coach, as well as the ancient science of Tantra, all prove that women can actually experience many different and distinct kinds of orgasms. Knowing about these different kinds of orgasm can allow you to experience them more easily.
In a relationship a decision must be made “do I really want this to work or not?” If the answer is yes, there are a few essential rules that must be followed: 1. Communication. This is one of the most important aspects of any relationship. If you can’t talk to each other it will not last.
Congratulations, you've landed a new relationship! We're super excited for you, but wait! These five things still have the potential to take down even the most promising of new relationships. Listen to our dating advice to save things before it's too late!
I confidently pegged the future me as a cool 28 year old bride, skipping down the aisle in naïve bliss. A mother by 30, easy peasy. At 29 I was single and childless. At 32, the ticking clock escalated to an outright blare. Tick – find someone now. Tick – you’re not getting younger. Tick. Tick. Tick.
Our negative experiences from the past often influence our level of confidence in the present. By releasing the pain or fear from the past and building our future on positivity, we can have the great self-esteem we've always wanted.
In a healthy relationship, fights are going to happen. (Often, a complete absence of fights is a sign partners have become irrevocably disconnected.) So the goal isn’t to eradicate all fights; it’s to make sure you’re fighting well. What I mean is, a good fight is one that’s productive: grievances are aired, resentments are released, both parties ultimately feel understood, and the least possible emotional damage was inflicted. A bad fight is–well, the opposite of that.
Being an attachment based therapist, I do believe there is a powerful connection to our childhoods and how we form relationships with others in our adulthood. In a sense, in times of conflict, we really do resort to child-like behaviors in an attempt to regulate our emotions and get security from others.
I know that it's sad to admit, being a health coach and all, but I've spent a majority of my life being overweight. Counting grams and calories, weighing and measuring portions. If there is a diet out there, I've probably done it. And over the years, I developed a very unhealthy relationship with the scale.