VIDEOS IN RELATIONSHIP

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Guess What? Rushing Into Bed Will Kill Your Love Life

For some reason, sex seems to be the first thing people worry about when it comes to relationships. There definitely used to be a time when people waited and didn’t feel pressured to rush things. With today's hookup culture, it's almost as if most people care less about making a connection and more about the superficial. Rushing will only hurt your relationship.

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Make your love last forever.
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Ladies, Great Sex Really Can Make Your Relationship Stronger!

Just the thought of having a relationship where we get butterflies every single time we're with our partner puts a smile on our face; it makes us want to believe that real love is all about connecting with someone without the physical. But one thing that people don't realize is that sex actually plays a key in maintaining our relationships and making them last!

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Spice up your love life.
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Watch The Sparks Fly: How To Keep The Sexual Chemistry Alive

Wanting to spice up the sexual energy in your relationship is nothing to be embarrassed about; in fact, the need to find ways to get closer to your partner is completely natural. But is there a way to keep the chemistry alive from the beginning without having to struggle to reignite the flame?

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The real question is how to know when I am ready.
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How Long Should I Wait Before Having Sex?

When it comes to dating in the modern age, the vast amount of rules we tend to listen to and follow without question makes finding the one incredibly stressful. Just how many dates should you go on before you have sex? Despite being one of the most popular questions asked by Ok Cupid and the rest of the online dating world, pinning down the answer isn't as easy as simply checking off an option.

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What's The Best Way To Maintain A Great Relationship? [VIDEO]

Even though falling in love can be really easy, making things work can be really hard sometimes. Being in a relationship isn't just about going on dates and spending time together. Being able to really connect with your significant other can make the difference between a healthy relationship and a strained one. In fact, if you seriously want the love, as well as the spiritual and emotional connection between you and your partner, to last, working hard to maintain your relationship is key.

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Sex is always hotter with someone you trust.
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Is Committed Sex Better?

When you're in a committed relationship, it goes without saying that you know your partner well. Sure, things in the bedroom can get stale over time, but the trust and comfortable familiarity you share with each other allows you to explore and experiment—making lovemaking exciting again.

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Love on the run.
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Why Do I Always Lose Myself In Relationships?

Being in a healthy and committed relationship is all about making sure to effectively communicate with your partner as well as listen to their emotional needs. But what happens when you begin to fall so deep in love that you forget to listen to what your own heart wants?

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How Can I Bounce Back Into Dating After Divorce?

After divorce, it isn't easy to get back into the dating game. You're so new to the whole process, that you may put it off or refuse to date entirely. However, putting yourself out there and seeing new people is one of the most important steps towards moving on.   Dating Coach Julianne Cantarella is here to guide you back into the world of dating.  In order to go on dates, you must find potential matches. Julianne suggests several ways in which you can meet a potential date.

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Can You Have A Healthy Non-Monogamous Relationship?

Traditonally, we view healthy relationships as solely monogamous; a relationship that involves ONLY two people. However, times have changed and some couples have become more open to the idea of a non-monogamous relationship. This stirs up a question: "Can a couple live a happy and healthy non-monogamous relationship?"