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Break ups are difficult and moving on can be an even greater challenge. From the sudden lack of contact to the loss of connection, severing ties after separating from your partner can be physically, mentally and emotionally draining. Are there any scientific studies that can explain why breaking up with someone hurts so much? Are there ways to protect yourself from all of the heartache?
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Does your significant other not realize that it takes two to tango? Are you tired of watching everyone else dance while you warm the bench? Dancing can bring you two together physically AND emotionally, so it’s time to get him to see that on the dance floor, two left feet are better than none.
Having a mutual sexual attraction can go a long way in a relationship. From the physical and emotional connection to the electric chemistry between you and your partner, intimacy and comfort are usually considered two of the most important aspects of dating. But what happens if you feel that he is too small?
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Fred and Danielle have decided to spice-up their relationship by incorporating some of their fantasies into their sex life. Danielle will dress up in one of Fred's fantasies and Fred will do the same for Danielle. However, Danielle may not be prepared for what Fred has in mind.