How long should you wait in a new relationship to share a fantasy with your lover? According to a new Durex survey, men say they want to share fantasies as soon as possible - within the first three months of a relationship. The women surveyed chose to wait a little longer to share their fantasy, reporting 6 months to a year of a relationship is time enough to build the trust to start having the intimate conversation about fantasies.
To view the video, click here. Dr. Romance's 3 Tips for Finding New Love For a while after a relationship ends, you may not feel like considering a new relationship, which is probably good. Jumping right from one relationship to another usually doesn't work. A relationship that follows too quickly is called a 'rebound' relationship because it's often a bad choice.
You've just met a man that seems to be your dream guy. He's attractive, funny, charming, successful and his smile makes you weak in the knees. So how do you know that he's the real thing and not playing with your heart?
When we talk with people about their Money Personalities, someone always asks us how they happened to get them. Are they born with them? Is it how they were raised? The answer is yes and not really. We see example after example that verifies your two Money Personalities are part of your DNA in other words, they're hard-wired right in to you.
If you want a divorce-proof marriage that will stand the test of time and last forever, you need to determine if your values, beliefs and ideals are in alignment as a couple.
Do you feel like you and your partner are in a rut of predictability? Rest assured, it may not be you or your partner and it’s easily fixed! Lighting (or re-igniting) the pilot light in your love life is easy as planning the perfect date. Think about your dating life over the past months and years. Has it gotten routine in your relationship? Dinner at the local pub, because you like the food there, or a movie because it's Friday night. Rent a video and hang on the couch.
Have you ever secretly wanted to try on a different name for size? Would a new name give you a different identity or a different feeling about yourself? Sophia instead of Blueberry, perhaps? If you could, what name would you choose? If you like the idea of stepping into the shoes of a new name, then you’re going to get your chance on April 9, National Name Yourself Day. Of course, you only get to do it for 24 hours but there are no strings attached and no red tape. Here’s why I ‘m thinking I might give it a try.
A point that needs discussing is the issues regarding Online Sexual Addiction [OSA] and the use of pornography. Paul Joannides in his wonderful text – The Guide to Getting it on – has a very healthy and thoughtful discussion regarding OSA. Pictures of naked people engaged in various sexual acts has been around since the dawn of time and is not likely to ever go away. What we need to learn is a healthy way to educate our children and adolescents on the proper use of our bodies and stop setting it up so that it becomes something so forbidden that we find ourse