Do you ask yourself from time to time, why can't i find price charming? How come I am still single and can't land a good quality guy in my life? if you have ever asked yourself those questions then you will want to keep reading and find out why your still single, and exactly what you can do to change this right now. Anyone can date, anyone can be with someone right? But we don't want to just date anyone, we want to be with that special someone that person who makes us feel loved secure, safe, and wanted.
MEN AND WOMEN
By and large, we don't really believe the tired phrase that men are from Mars and women from Venus, preferring a more progressive standpoint that men and women really aren't that different at the end of the day. (And there's plenty of ongoing research to back this up.) But sometimes, we just can't deny the psychological gap that exists between gentlemen and those of the fairer sex.
Step One: Total Ownership Of The Infidelity Companion Addendum: No Apologies Step Two: Be Sincere, Show Empathy For Your Partner Companion Addendum: How Men Get Disconnected From Their Feelings or The Socialization Of Men Screwed Up By Screwing Around? Gentlemen, Please Take Notes….. “What Do I Do Now?”
Twenty years ago, John Gray's best-selling book 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus' got both sexes talking about whether we are, in fact, all that different. So how are we different—biologically, psychologically and emotionally—and how do those difference affect our relationships with each other?
1. Men and women both believe in a fantasy model of sexuality. According to Zibergeld [The New Male Sexuality], both parties have tended to agree that ‘sex’ equals intercourse and that there must be an erection followed by two orgasms – preferably simultaneously. Unfortunately, many couples who try to strictly adhere to this model and fall short, end up feeling less than adequate. Sex should not be based on performance but on pleasure, fun and intimacy. For too many men and as many women there is tremendous significance given to the almi
Question: I have a question about men being interested in watching transsexuals on a porn site and then having sexual dreams about penises. My boyfriend who is straight had a relationship with a transsexual about six years ago and still keeps in contact by phone. This issue has come up as it's interrupting our sex life since he'd rather watch she-male porn on the internet and jerk-off than have sex with me.
As problem-solvers, men look for the fastest, most effective ways to work through issues, and many think the best way is to do that alone. But therein lies the main challenge for relationship dynamics: He wants to work through it alone and thus fails to communicate it, and his significant other knows something's wrong, but doesn't know what it is, and may assume it has something to do with her, even if it doesn't.
Question: I wanted to ask? In regards to anal play: My husband and I use to do it when we were younger. I still enjoy it sometimes, but it can hurt and even make me bleed a little? Are we just too old to enjoy that particular form of play? ...Angie
As an author, I’m forced to consider beginnings all of the time. How do I start a new blog? How do I begin an article for a website? How should I start the next chapter in my book? The beginning of anything is so important. The start of something means you have initiated. You have taken the opportunity to cause the process of doing something. You are introducing something new. The fact you are introducing something means there is some level of consideration in what you are doing.
Question: I have been married for nineteen years and I was wondering if you know what I should do. The problem is that my husband always ignores me when he’s watching TV - no matter what is on - even during commercials. What can I do to stop that? I feel so useless and unwanted. ...Marie
During the holidays, it can be a challenging time for fun loving singles looking for love. When invitations to work parties, friend’s gatherings and cookie exchanges call for an RSVP Plus One, it may be a reminder that you are not coupled up during the merriest of seasons.
I’m starting to realize it is the rare man who is actually a “gentleman”. Yes, I consider myself a feminist and a strong woman. But I am also … a “lady”. I believe you can be both at the same time. I want to believe that there are men out there who can appreciate a strong woman who knows what she wants AND who likes to be treated like a “lady”. By “lady” I don’t mean being treated with kid-gloves or holding back a curse word or two. I mean a gentleman who is genuine and kind and who really feels it an honor to be spending time with his date … and shows it.
Question: I've been dating a man for over seven months now. He is 51 and I am 44. I discovered right off the bat that he can't last but a few seconds as soon as he is inside of me. Now in the beginning he said he was too excited, or it was on my territory (ie. my house… so he insisted we go to his house, but same “short” story).