Yes, it's the 21st century and yes, plenty of women are in this frustrating situation. While a lot has changed in terms of gender dynamics in heterosexual love relationships, a lot has stayed the same. Many heterosexual women still leave it to the man to make the first move, whether it's asking her out on their first date, having sex for the first time or moving their relationship to the next level of commitment.
Jocelyn Wentland is a Sex Researcher and PhD student at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Her research focuses on the ins and outs of casual sex, technology and the modern dating script as well as all aspects of sex education. She shares some of her findings with Singles Warehouse readers. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your http://sexresearchandthecity.com/ ">research.
Very recently, a 16 year old male client of mine came into my office, sad about his relationship, which had fallen apart over the summer, about 2 months prior. I had seen my client going through the emotions. From sadness to anger, to elation and confidence because he thought he’d met someone new and then back to sadness, hopelessness, and feeling like he would never fall in love again. Can you imagine a 16 –year-old boy telling me he would never fall in love again?
How would you like to connect with people more quickly? ... to understand another person's perspective and motivations? How would you like to be able to have more compassion? All of these things are possible when you know Neimology® Science, which is the study of the placement of the letters in a name.
Each morning I step out on my back deck and say a short prayer, welcoming the new day and taking in the radiance of the sun. I noticed that the prayer seems less powerful on overcast or rainy days. It’s as though my brain reacts to the fact that the sun isn’t visible by thinking that it doesn't exist.
I was a very anxious child. When I was five years old, my mother took me to a child psychiatrist. After we each spoke with him and we were ready to leave, he turned to me and said, "Tell your mother not to yell at you." I clearly remember thinking, "I'm only five years old and she doesn't listen to me. You tell her!" And my next thought was, "I can do a better job than you!" From that moment on I knew that I wanted to be a therapist.
ILLNESS Situations and Lessons No. 8 Gina’s long standing illness has become a source of tension for all her family. She has been ill for many years and this is taking its toll on her husband Sam and the children. At times they feel she is using her illness to get attention and to force them into doing things for her. This upsets them and makes them aggressive and critical toward her.
Situations and Lessons NO. 7 HE DOESN’T LOVE ME Sonia is unhappy because she feels her husband Philip does not love her. How does she know this? He is not affectionate with her. He does not agree with her. He does not like how she cooks or cleans the house. He criticizes and rejects her. He raises his voice in arguments.
Screaming and Swearing When did it become acceptable to scream and swear at your spouse, this is one of the worst forms of communication that takes place in a marriage? When couples resort to screaming, yelling and swearing at each other the respect and the foundation of the marriage will deteriorate. A spouse under no circumstance has the right to treat the other person in that manner.
Porn does not have the evil ring to it that it once had. Watching porn is now more socially accepted. As a result, more and more couples are starting to use porn to spice up their sex lives. This is probably the most common use of porn in relationships and marriages. But, what else can you do with porn? Here are three unusual uses.