Managing marriage, kids, career and home requires communication, organization and commitment. A breakdown in any one of these areas could create problems in the bedroom and beyond. If you’ve been fighting with your spouse and your relationship has taken a nose dive, consider these tips to point it back in the right direction.
Earlier this year, Yahoo! announced that Marissa Mayer would be the new CEO of the company. This became even bigger news when she revealed, the same day, that she would be expecting her first child in October, which begs me to ask several questions: Why did this additional information change things? Why did her pregnancy spark a debate? Why does the public care so much about a CEO’s family? It’s absurd, really.
Condom users deserve hot sex. Lucky Bloke believes that condom users should no longer be settling for decent sex, when they could be having amazing sex. And they're sharing what they know to spice up sex lives everywhere! Lucky Bloke based their current Mission: Great Sex! Campaign on a pilot program (of the same name) that they carried out earlier this year.
The dating online profile seems benign enough. Easy. But, it is important. This is your one chance to put out to the universe and potential dates what you want them to know about you and what you are looking for. The profile IS important. Take your time with it and make sure it is accurate and will illicit the responses you want.
Breaking up with someone has never been easy, but in this age of status updates, checking in and documenting your every move online, it's only getting harder. Not only do you have to find a way to remove your ex from your real life, but you've got to hit delete on their digital presence as well.
Ten Commandments of Parenting After Divorce Getting out of a miserable marriage is good for you and often for your kids as well. But if not dealt with correctly your kids are at risk for the short and even long term. You need to keep their best interests in mind in order to minimize the psychological damage to them of their mother and father breaking up.
Dear Bully, What makes you think you can treat other people the way that you do? What inside you tells you it is OK to ridicule, push around and threaten those that cross your path? What do you gain from it? Do you really get that? Or are you fooling yourself?
t’s a Saturday night. It’s your second date, maybe your third. And here you are, fooling around with him. The pressure of having to sleep with him has been on you since you were 13 years old. Now, you could be anywhere from your mid-30s to mid-40s to mid-50s, and the pressure is the same, so you give in. And now you have this guy moving his hands awkwardly around your body.
Your first vacation as a couple is such an exciting milestone. This is an important point in your relationship because you will get a better idea of your long-term compatibility. While it's easy to feel excited about going away together, you want to guard against unrealistic expectations which can ruin a good time. Keep in mind that your first vacation is not your honeymoon, so it might not be the most romantic event of your entire life. But that doesn't mean it won't be fun. Ultimately, you want to make sure you get along. As a dating coach for women, I want to share seven suggestions on how to enjoy yourselves and minimize common stress points.
I finally figured him out. I know what he really wants – to be nurtured in a motherly way. If I kiss his head, hold him tight and let him feel loved he eats it up. I guess this makes sense based on lack of love from his own mother when he was a kid. This flash of insight came from a client of mine who has been working on her own development for some time. Feeling pushed into marriage before she was really ready, she held resentment inside and resisted the idea of loving her partner in ways that meet his needs and communicate in his love language.