How a dirty little secret can turn you on and get you randy
Last week, I interviewed at a private local college for a writing position in their marketing department. While the interview went well, I found that my cheeks wore a flushthroughout the interview.
No, I wasn't attracted to the person
I find it interesting that I am sitting here , writing about being married vs. single. I've never been single. Sure, I've had a few weeks here, a few weeks there, but overall, never been single. I was always the girl who found herself in a relationship, even when I was
With day jobs and three kids at home, sometimes it's easy to forget the little things in your relationship. It's easy to go about your day, moving from one thing to another, homework, dinner, the evening news, and never stop to catch your breath.
At different times in relationships, intimacy takes
If you do this stop. Seriously it's not nice and using sex as a weapon can screw with your relationship.
In my humble opinion, I don't believe that you should ever use sex as a weapon or for leverage (unless you are in a D/s relationship and it's wrapped up into
It's time to stop, ladies. Faking orgasms is a habit you should have quit long ago. Or, better yet, never picked up in the first place.
It's not helping you, it's not helping him, it's not helping anyone. I'm sure lots of you can give me multiple reasons of why faking
Stuck in a sex slump?
It happens. We've all been there at one point or another. Life gets in the way; you're busy at work, the kids are sick, and when it comes down to it, you're tired and stressed and sex becomes the last thing on your mind (which is ironic,
It's not kink.
It's not a man with an Alpha gene.
It's trust. Pure and simple.
A dear friend of mine is struggling in her marriage. Recently separated, but still together, it's almost painful to watch what they're doing to each other.
Just the other day, we were talking and discussing how she needs
Lets face it, sex rocks. I imagine you feel the same too, or you probably wouldn't be here reading this.
But lately I've been thinking, us girls in our thirties, we're a bunch of fun. We're finally over our adolescent expectation of fairy tales and knights in shining armor. We fully understand
Relationship priority. It's a concept that many of us may never have heard of, but it's been on my mind for awhile now.
It's something I'd never heard of until a few years back, when I went out on my first date with a woman. After my date and the aftermath
I was reading a random blog post about what men want, discussing the dichotomy of prim and proper during the day and wild and raunchy at night. I actually emailed the link to my Hubby to get his thoughts on it, which were pretty much "Yep, that's what we want"