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Dirty Talk Mastery in Three Easy Steps

Dirty Talk Mastery in Three Easy Steps

Do you talk dirty to your lover? How much noise do you make during sex? How much freedom do you allow yourself to express your pleasure with your voice? Most of us could be a lot more vocal during sex, but it is pretty intimidating to get started. Here is a simple three step process that will activate your voice and get you talking dirty in no time.

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5 Myths About Gay Men Debunked

For whatever reason, gay men often get an unfair reputation for being "sexual deviants of society." That's why this expert set out to get the facts straight.

The Voice of Trichotillomania

The Voice of Trichotillomania

I wanted to love myself. I wanted something to change. After years of therapy, coaching and other healing work, the world began to look up. I was full of possibility. The secret that I kept close to me, hidden in the shadows for 31 years was now ready to be shared and I was ready to share it.   I chose to bring my secret to the light. I wanted to celebrate It, and who I had become. I wanted to use It to help others – people like me, people who felt ashamed; men who felt embarrassed, and women who felt ugly.

4 Ways To Make Your Man Addicted To You

4 Ways To Make Your Man Addicted To You

Finding a great guy is tough. Keeping a great guy is even harder. If you want to keep him around, then learning how to make him addicted to you is crucial. Here are four things that I teach in the Bad Girl's Bible that you can use to make your man addicted to you ...

How To Manage Relationship Stress
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How To Manage Relationship Stress

According to The New Zealand Herald, a new study says "getting irritated about the small things in life is just as bad for your health as eating a poor diet or failing to exercise."

A Dating State Of Mind

A Dating State Of Mind

So you’ve finally decided you’re ready to start dating after your divorce, you’ve signed up with an online dating service, you’re networking with your friends for introductions, and you’re excited about going out on some dates. You’ve even been stepping out of your comfort zone to go solo to some events because apparently that makes you more approachable.

Saying "Yes" to You  "No" To Others Without Feeling Guilty

Saying "Yes" to You "No" To Others Without Feeling Guilty

What you say? I've been taught to be of service, the community comes first. I pride myself on helping others. It sounds pretty selfish to me. How can I do that? You don't understand! I've got kids, a job, a husband, an ailing parent to take care of, a to do list that won't quit! I do get it. Totally! I've been there, held hostage in the vice of my inner critic who would claim to the world that I must do it all in some underlying guise of nobility. It's a booby trap!