When your guy is away, use the time you have alone to make your relationship stronger.
We love this new photo gallery on The Gloss of reasons why being away from each other, even for a few days, can make your relationship stronger. Of course you can still eat Cheetos, pick your zits and sing into your hairbrush in front of your significant other — but it enhances your relationship to be away and do strictly the things you like to do.
Sarita gives the low down on the common sexual difficulties women face and how to resolve them.
Many women think they have sexual dysfunction when actually there is nothing wrong with them. They may have high expectations of how a woman should be during sex, which may have come from highly unrealistic literature or from the erroneous theory of vaginal versus clitoral orgasm (for more on this see Sarita's article on Great Sex for Women).
Can swallowing semen really cure your morning sickness or is this just what men want you to think?
They say that when you're hung over, the best thing for you is to drink another beer. While some people stand by the concept that "hair of the dog" is the best way to get yourself back on track after a night of drinking, others think that mass amounts of hydration, Tums and a dark room will do the trick. No matter where you stand on the matter, you're about to view the phrase "hair of the dog" — the idea that whatever made you ill can make you feel better — in a whole new light.
giving yourself a break as a parent
Inherent in the art of parenting is the feeling – at least the occasional one – of guilt. Putting Oreos and the remote in front of the t.v. in the morning for your 4-year-old’s “Special Breakfast with Sponge Bob” while you sleep in is one of those times that guilt is warranted.
One woman loses weight but finds being thin isn't all she thought it would be.
When I was 18 years old, I thought that losing weight would make my life perfect. That's one of the side effects of dieting and hating your body for so long—you begin to assume that thin people have perfect, happy lives and relationships to match their perfectly petite waistlines...
By Clinical Nurse Specialist Anna Katzman for GalTimeeating healthy for your mind and body
Food is not our enemy. Rail-thin models on the runway, anyone affiliated with many of the glossy, fashion magazines, and the friend whose complaints about her thighs come out of her mouth (while her 60th potato chip of the day goes into it), may have you thinking otherwise.