Everyone loves to feel loved. But you may not know what your partner needs to feel loved. Couples must be open with each other about their needs in the relationship, whether they be sexual or otherwise. Letting them know how to love you and vise versa can give you a more fulfilling relationship. Read on to learn the five steps to getting there!
Ladies, it is not uncommon for us to give too much of ourselves to our mates. We give too much attention, too much of our time, too much of our affection. And some of us are too nice and too available to men who clearly do not appreciate us for it. I know, I have been there. You would think that if you give good love that you will receive good love, right? No matter how nice we are or how much we give we don't always end up on top. Usually we end up stressed out and depleted. Why? Because we are not getting in return what we put out.
Men, I get it. You're good guys and you want to do the right thing. But I'm not in need of having my scars kissed, licked, worshiped or healed by your magic touch. I'm not broken. I don't need fixing. I've come to terms with my chest scars — they're no big deal to me anymore. It's time to start paying attention to the parts of me that actually feel.
Studies have found that engaging in cuddling after sex for at least 15 minutes has a whole boatload of positive effects on your body and relationship. If you have the time to extend that 15 minutes into an extra 20 or 30, then all that great stuff just gets even better. It's the couple that cuddles together that stays together. Here are the seven benefits of staying locked in one another's arms longer than usual.
Did you breakup with your ex and you now feel as if she may have something up her sleeve....perhaps some feelings for you? Question yourself no more and read the awesome breakups advice by Michael Griswold. Find out if your ex was done with you or just preparing to want you even more in the future.
Do you love your dog? Relationship Coach Michael Griswold shares 5 bits of wisdom we can learn from our furry friends!
Need a hug? Just make a reservation: A new business in California called Cuddle Connection is selling snuggle sessions, which the owner claims are good for your health. You just have to be open to cuddling with a complete stranger, and you know, willing to pay for it.
There's now an entire generation that will never know love without cell phones. They express affection with smiley-faced graphics — winking and kissy-faced emojis. Our relationships are becoming undeniably entangled with technology. The movie 'Her' takes this idea a step further. The film is set in the not-so-distant future, in a fantasy Los Angeles (where people actually walk to work), but it has plenty of timeless insights about love. Here's what we learned.
As we get closer to Valentine's Day, we take today to examine affection.
Perhaps there is someone new in your life. You want to let them know you are falling in love with them but not sure how. Maybe you have been seeing someone for a little while now. You realize that you are ready to deepen the bond or take things to a new level but you don’t want to screw it up. Perhaps there is someone special who has been in your life for a very long time. You are seeking fresh new ways to demonstrate your love and affection, but are drawing a blank. When it comes to communicating love, a generic one size fits all approach simply will not do.