For you men who ask, "What Do Women Want?" Here are Dr. Romance's 11 Things Married Women Want: Women value intimacy, safety for themselves and their children, and emotional connection. Therefore, they long for the following qualities in a man:
Did you ever get a call from an ex out of the blue and they say, “I think we should get back together.” This is one of those calls that makes you happy and upset at the same time. You’re happy that they came to the conclusion that they can’t live without you. (Ah-ha, you knew they’d come back!) However, you’re upset because you realized they were too late and that ship has sailed.
There is so much misinformation out there about Kegels. Some women think they should do their Kegels while sitting down to urinate. Some women think that they should never do them because they have heard Kegels are bad for them. Other women just cannot figure out how to do their Kegels. Let’s get back to basics. What IS a Kegel?
Yawn. Sex is sex. If that’s the case for you, I’m sorry to hear that! There’s a good chance unlocking and understanding your inner energy towards sex could change everything. Quite honestly, since I uncovered my core energetic profile, and came to understand how I energetically show up in all aspects of life, my sex life rocks even more...and not just because I’m a gay man. Now, you may be saying to yourself, “Core energy. So what? It must be a New Age LA thing.” Actually, it’s not.
St. Patrick's Day is notorious for green beer, corned beef and hash and cabbage. A mix between New Year's Eve indulgence and Mardi Gras fun, St. Patty's (or St. Paddy's) Day is more known for parties and festivities rather than for its cultural and Christian origins. You don't need to wait to find a four leaf clover to meet someone. Let the lucky leprechaun help you find love this festive weekend. Put on your best shade of green and join in on the fun. It's the one time of the year we are all Irish!
I was having lunch with Dr. Marty Klein last week, author of the groundbreaking book, "Sexual Intelligence." After we'd ordered our shrimp dumplings and pot stickers, I asked him, "Okay, Marty, what would you say, in general, is the number one thing that couples could do to improve their sex lives?" He paused over the steaming shrimp.
Is it just me, or has it become almost cool to be nerdy now? Or do you still friend zone them now (seriously go read this link!) In a complete switch around from my day at school, it is now cool to wear glasses (in fact, the bigger the better), be a few decades behind in the fashion department, and be into obscure shows and music. Though people that exhibit those traits do not always have the highest of IQs.
Are you feeling neglected, punished, ignored, rejected, criticized in your current relationship? Have you tried couples therapy but still keep hitting a wall or have seen little or no improvement? Does your partner lie, or manipulate the truth in therapy making progress diffcult or impossible?
Social media has been a wonderful way to bring people together, reconnect with former classmates, brag about your children and share more information than most people are actually interested in. I’m typically quite entertained by Facebook posts or tweets from clever, funny people. Unfortunately, social media also attracts many who use it as a place to bully, demean, argue, rant, complain, swear, and generally work to make the rest of us miserable. I’ve wisely hid or unfriended these people yet periodi
Fans of Veronica Mars have rallied around the show's creators to raise over a million dollars in just a few hours, setting crowdfunding records. The Kickstarter launched with a two million dollar goal, the largest film budget goal in Kickstarter history. A testament to the enduring popularity of the show, the campaign quickly raised over one million dollars in about 4 hours.