Men – all they want is sex. Right? Really? No, not really! Not all men want sex all the time. A stereotype that plagues the male species. Men often get a bum rap, depicted as constantly sexually motivated, as if they live in a mental squirrel cage with a constant agenda to get into their spouse’s panties, nighties or “whatever-ies” she’s wearing.
More couples than ever are cohabiting before they tie the knot. But a lack of commitment, poor communication and differing values often lead to a messy breakup. Before you move in with your partner, make sure that you're in it to win it.
We live in a society that is constantly in motion. Our to-do lists are long and we spend our time rushing from one item to the next. Often, we treat our sex lives in the same way. How do we reconnect with our partners and make sex exciting again?
Authors Paula Szuchman and Jenny Anderson, who wrote "Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage & Dirty Dishes" have applied the market rules of cold hard capitalism to the economy of your marriage to help you efficiently allocate limited resources such as time, money, sanity, and, yes, even your sex drive.
In order to put the spark back into your relationship, you need to remind yourself why you fell in love with your significant other in the first place.
A young woman has come forward to reveal that Anthony Wiener continued his sexting behavior after his resignation from congress. She is a political activist who “idolized” the former congressman. This story from CNN http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/25/politics/weiner-messages-woman/index.html?... as well as the sexts posted on TheDirty.com revealed the identity of one of the “several” women with whom Wiener admitted to online sexual communication.
In the previous blog, I wrote about the serial communication buster, wife number one of the man with two wives. Now it’s time to meet wife number two, Monica, who's also had a trying day at work. Her normal pumpkin sized patience has also withered down to the size of a pea. As she nears her front door, she hears a guitar playing. The first thing Monica does is STOP. She knows she’s feeling triggered and ready to fire. So she just STOPS and holds her tongue.
Every book sends a particular message and if your partner is in the habit of gifting you reading material, you do well to learn how to decode their offerings. Here, we've broken down five kinds of messages books can send, with five examples to look forward to (or watch out for).
There is so much more to compatibility than a shared preference for skiing or conservative politics. Check out these five predictors and see if your potential partner is a good match for you.
Over lunch with a friend one day, Kevin was asked about the "secret of your obviously happy and healthy love relationship." Kevin's response wasn't short, it wasn't simple, but it rang true. So what do happy, long-lasting couples like Kevin and his wife know about long-term love that many of us don't? These 10 secrets of highly successful couples.