No better time than the present to spruce up your love life, single life, and reflect upon yourself. There are so many ways to go about it, but we can all agree that our past affects out present.
Let’s throw it back to childhood, because what is adulthood without working through childhood conflicts? Probably chaos and a lot of repression…
As children we all developed attachment styles that contribute to the way we behave in all of our relationships. What does it all mean? Let’s dive in!
With COVID-19 scaring the begeezus out of all of us, stress has an even greater impact on us these days. As if we didn’t already have job-related stress, financial stress, relationship drama, or health-related stress, now we have a fast-spreading virus to worry about. If you have been able to effectively “Quarantine and Chill” at home– good for you.
Read this article to help you learn more about what a sexual stress response is and how to get into that sexy space regardless of your sexual stress response.
Grab your “quarantini” and read on!
Being positive about the world of sex and dating can be very difficult.
We’re surrounded 24/7 by impossible beauty standards, a laundry list of ‘ideal types’ and have our own personal pet peeves and insecurities. Our self talk can easily slip into the negative side.
Often what we are told to strive for is not only dangerous to our mental and emotional health, but an actual impossibility.
Here are some ways to identify, cope with, and rewrite negative and damaging self-talk around sex and dating.
Unless you live in Antarctica, you’re probably experiencing a huge upheaval in your life right now. All over the world, the spread of COVID-19 is bringing unprecedented changes to our work lives, social lives, and love lives. We’re being asked to practice social distancing.
Distance is hard for all of our relationships…but especially for our romantic ones. But social distancing doesn’t mean that you have to distance yourself emotionally from the people that you care about. Especially your sweetie.
If you and your lover don’t live together, and can’t get close because of social distancing, know that you’re not alone. These unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures, but above all our human need to connect lives on. Here’s some tips on how to stay together, when you’re asked to stay apart.
Top o’ the morning to ya! It is St Patty’s Day and it’s time to get it on!
Ahhhh St. Patrick’s Day! A day where leprechauns, shamrock, and green beer abounds!
As the world around you goes green, now is the time to get pinched (if you’re into that lol).
This year, you don’t have to go out to a bar, drink yourself silly, and go home and drunk masturbate (although that can be fun, too).
Here are some better ways you can get lucky on St Patty’s Day.
Given the current times, staying healthy has never been more important. But in addition to making your doctor proud, optimal health can give your sex life a boost while at it!
By now we all should know that certain aspects of wellness have a direct impact on sexual performance.
So in an effort to keep both your body and your sex life in tip-top shape, here are some of the biggest physical factors to help hack your way to better intimacy:
Right now it may feel like the world outside our window is a little too much. The novel Coronavirus is a global issue, and with the WHO and CDC suggesting to stay indoors, it’s a perfect time to catch up on some self-love or quarantine with a partner.
As a preface, be sure to stay hydrated, get plenty of rest, disinfect your living space, and avoid large groups.
So if you’re staying in, here are some fun, creative, and sexy ways to occupy your time indoors.
The number one question most men ask when seeking expert advice is, “does size matter?” When it comes to sexual satisfaction, needs vary from person to person.
Many people have had disappointing encounters with well-endowed people who end up relying on size alone rather than skill and effort.
Overall, most people would agree: it’s not the size of the torpedo, it’s the motion in the ocean that matters. But size doesn’t just get measured in one direction…
Sometimes you don’t want to get out of bed in a sexy way. You and your boo woke up feeling frisky, you went from bed to the shower back to bed and five more minutes quickly turned into 35 more minutes. And three orgasms. A new record.
Of course, sometimes you don’t want to get out of bed in a totally not sexy way. You don’t have any energy. You’re not enjoying things the way you used to. You feel tired and down all the time. Or worse, you don’t feel anything at all.
Whether you’ve dealt with depression for a while or you’re experiencing it for the first time — navigating your mental health can be totally overwhelming. And when sex is the last thing on your mind, it can be hard to know how to keep up the spark. Here are some tips on balancing sex and depression.
Mental health has become quite the buzzword in recent years. Its importance to every aspect of our lives is something that can’t be overstated.
It’s how we act, how we feel, how we talk, how we think. When you’re not in the best place, it has a major way of wreaking havoc on your life.
But the good news is, there are a lot of ways to help bolster our mental health! The first step is talking about it. Check out this mix of our favorite mental health-focused blogs and podcasts.