Women sometimes enter into a relationship without asking their boyfriend about his past. Knowing who your man is or was will expose any infidelity and save you from hurt in the long run.
Jasbina asks Neely Steinberg – Author of the book ‘Skin in the Game: Unleashing Your Inner Entrepreneur to Find Love’: After getting past the third date, you suggest that daters reflect on four different questions. The first one is, “Do I feel good about myself when I’m around him?” Tell us about that. Neely Steinberg
The Rebbe Nachman of Breslow often said, "Always remember-Joy is not merely incidental to your spiritual quest. It is vital." As the years have gone by and I've been in the practice of psychology over 20 years, I have become more and more convinced that he was so right, that joy is not an option. When we take away joy and we take away a sense of well-being, a sense that we are thriving, we allow ourselves or seem to find ourselves in circumstances that seem to drain, tire and weaken us. We are no longer the whole human being that is our birthright!
An unplanned pregnancy can be devastating to anyone, but for married couples who already have children (and don't want any more) the decisions they make (and the grief and heartbreak they suffer after) are often endured in silence. If the abortion choice is made, married couples need effective communication tools more than ever to help each other handle the mixed emotions often felt. Your Tango Expert Trudy Johnson explains how to process the option of abortion in a way that keeps loving couples together.
When I say these two words — MEN and COMMITMENT — what comes to mind? Men are commitment phoebes? Men are afraid of marriage? Men just want the milk without buying the cow? Anything like this pop into your brain? A lot of women — especially women who are dating over 40 — believe that men are far more interested in getting regular sex than they are in being in a committed relationship.
This post is from a 50-something anonymous Man-Fan. He took his time to share his experience and point of view on what grownup men find attractive in women. I absolutely love what he’s sharing with you. Soak it up! And thank you Mr. Anonymous! As a woman, how do you determine if men find you attractive? Do you compare yourself against what you see on the newsstand and TV? Do you have your own internal yardstick? If the man you were dating told you were attractive would you believe him? What do men really find attractive anyway?
No recent tune has our feet tapping, our smiles widening and our confidence soaring like Meghan Trainer’s hit, “All About That Bass.” The lyrics resonate will anyone who has eaten in shame or hid under the pretense that in order to be sexy, you must resemble a sick. Meghan is responding to a culture that teaches woman that tis better to appear starving than well fed. Women everywhere are cowering to the monsters of self-deprecation and unrealistic expectations. Average is now the enemy but who is to blame? We are.
Let’s be honest, whether it’s the desire to feel loved or to avoid loneliness, it seems every gay and lesbian on the planet is circling like vultures on the hunt to find a compatible partner so that they can experience the joys and pains of coupledom. Often the pursuit of a relationship starts with the hook-up route.
I swear to God, yesterday about 10:30 am it was God’s voice I heard. It was loud and clear. As I stood in front of the sink about to wash another dish I heard, “Will you go read your fucking book already?” Some of you may think, “Oh, God wouldn’t have spoken to you like that.” For me, it was the only way God could get through. He used my voice, my language, one of my favorite words. The word that means business. “Enough already”, God was thinking.
Eyal IntimatePower debunks the study that claims there is no such thing as a vaginal orgasm. Read on to learn about the 8 different types of orgasms a woman can have.