Every time we break up we always vow to never make the same mistakes again and never to date that same kind of person. But once the next breakup comes around, we realize we’ve done exactly that, and fallen heedlessly into a destructive pattern. Getting caught in a pattern is exhausting not only because you blame yourself for your unhappiness, but because it makes rebounding more difficult, and forging connections with new people seem pointless and bleak, a Sisyphean task to overcome for little gain.Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
1. Do yoga
The flexibility of yoga definitely is important. But beyond the flexibility for certain positions it has so many benefits in that it makes you less stressed. It opens up parts of your body that can help you when you’re having sex.
Over the last 18 months, I finally was able to get up the nerve to kick my husband out and go through a divorce. During the early stages of this I met a man and was generally open about where my relationship was at. He has obviously had some sort of relationship trauma because he was extremely cautious and wanted to take things slowly…Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Greg Sherrell from Fernando and Greg in the Morning discusses gay dating in San Francisco. Greg reflects on growing up gay, from hiding his porn to telling his butch brother he prefers men. He also describes his shock at finding out his Dad’s ex-wife was the lesbian softball coach…Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
First dates are the worst. You have to hang out with someone who you probably don’t know that well and aren’t even sure you like. Maybe you met them drunk at a party and don’t even remember what they look like. All you remember is telling all your friends, “I’m going to marry Ryan.” You probably aren’t going to marry Ryan. But when he calls you Sunday morning for a coffee date, you will be there no matter how harrowing your hang-over is.Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments