Most people think that love and passion hold a relationship together, but is that all there is to it? I’ve learned that in the long run couples stay together because they develop a friendship and like each other. That friendship is the foundation of a healthy, happy relationship. Affection and mutual support are the mortar that cements a relationship.
That got your attention, didn't it? The expression "F-bomb" (you know, the "F" word that we write f*#@ in public) is now an official word in the dictionary. It reminds me of a parent who said how upset she would get when her son "dropped the F-bomb". She'd react in such a strong, negative way --which is understandable.
You want amanzing sex and yet you are frustrated with the quality of sex you are having. It's time for you and your lover to take time to talk about your sex life. Neither of you have ESP and know what each dreams of or desires. Answer these 13 questions honestly and openly with your lover. Learn what they enjoy and how you can spice up your love making today. What touch(es) would you enjoy during foreplay?
Yes, it's normal to have sex before marriage, meaning that almost everyone does it. After all, there are few things more tempting than the urge to make love with the new guy you're falling madly in love with. But is it healthy?
Disguised as a pirate, ghost or French maid, you will be friendlier than usual because you'll give yourself permission to be bolder ... which can really help singles mingle.
So, I had a first love. I am guessing at some point we all do. Today isn’t about the magic of that first love or those slow/fast moments in the beginning, when I was so excited and crazy about someone that I felt like I was sick to my stomach pretty much the whole time. Or when I couldn’t concentrate on the movie just because he was so close, so then there was a slew of movies I had to rewatch at a later time because I didn’t remember anything about them. Or the moments that unfold when you sit there and re
When people find themselves in the doghouse in their relationship, they react in different ways like trying to minimize the situation and their partner's emotions, ignoring their partner's anger, apologizing immediately and profusely and/or purchasing gifts to try to make amends.
This weekend I spoke at an amazing women's leadership retreat in central California. I have been here for two weeks, I met strong and lovely women, and I felt welcomed and at peace. I drove home, parked, and then headed off to the grocery store. And while I was standing in the aisle looking for yogurt, I began to get emotional. I picked up some cheese, started to get teary-eyed, and put it down and headed off towards the alcohol section where I felt like tears would be more acceptable.
Since 1994, I have worked with thousands of marriages affected by infidelity. Sometimes the straying spouse is emotionally enmeshed with her paramour and intends never to return. Other times, the unfaithful mate feels remorse and asks for forgiveness and reconciliation. When that occurs, the hurting partner often struggles with deciding whether to divorce or give the wandering spouse another chance. If you face that decision, I suggest several things for you to consider.
Marriage is the triumph of hope over experience. Samuel Johnson This is especially true when you're talking about remarriage. In this day and age when just under half of first marriages fail, there is a good chance you may become involved with someone who has divorced. The older you are, the more likely this is to happen. With second marriages failing at an even higher rate than first ones, there are a few things you should be aware of as you negotiate this relationship.