It’s that time of year again: time for spring cleaning, where it’s out with the old and in with the new. People start to go through their closets and cupboards, deciding what stays and what goes—it’s therapeutic, refreshing, and a long-standing tradition.
Along with last season’s sweaters and that broken down toaster oven, spring cleaning also presents us with the opportunity to take a really hard look at our relationships. This is a time for getting rid of possessions AND people that no longer serve you; a time to reevaluate your negative behaviors, throw out whatever isn’t working, and spice up your daily routine. Continue Reading
Q: Hi Emily!
I’m 24 and my boyfriend is 42, and lately we have been having problems with his—as he calls it—“retroactive jealousy”. Though I am much younger than him, I’ve had many more lovers than he has. As a result, he’s always bringing up my past experiences and comparing them to his own. He constantly bombards me with questions and asks me to recall memories that I would rather not think about. Is it okay that he’s asking me to divulge my sexual history to him? What good could possibly come of it? How do I help him understand that my past has nothing to do with our present?
We all have that friend that is around all the time, but as soon as they are in a new relationship, they completely disappear. And then sometimes… That person is us. When we’re so consumed with that feeling of newfound love, it’s hard to remember all of the other things in our life that bring us joy on a regular basis, like our friends for example, our hobbies or even our families.
It’s okay to take interest in your beau’s life, but you shouldn’t let this new person—who’s been around for a total of five seconds—consume your own life in the process. Continue Reading
True, we don’t have a daring distinction among the seasons in Los Angeles, (some would even go as far as to say our seasons consist of summer and “not summer”) but there are still bountiful amounts of ways to appreciate the autumn air with your special someone.
From horror movie marathons’ to sexy costume role play, here are some fun ideas for fall dates, no matter what city you live in!
I’ve been in and “on and off” relationship for three years now that is currently on its way to being “off” again. I feel we’re just stuck in a cycle of break ups and make ups, and I don’t think that it’s doing either of us any good. I love him, but I don’t know if it’s a good idea to How many times do you try to make a relationship work before calling it quits?
Wow, August already? Time sure does fly, but that doesn’t mean the season of warm weather, summer flings and sun-kissed skin is over just yet. To keep the heat at maximum (not in the house, but in your relationships), I’ve got some fun & sexy date ideas for you and your lucky accomplice!
While most of these fun activities for two are based in Los Angeles, there are tons of events to sub in when planning summer nights out in different cities. And in the spirit of hot nights and even hotter sex, I have paired each and every outing with a sexual side dish that will really complete your midsummer night’s dream date! Continue Reading
Sometimes our sex lives can get into a rut. What started out as hot and thrilling becomes wham-bam, thank you ma’am, a means to an end, if you will. But it doesn’t have to be that way..
Marriage: The ultimate goal to some but attached to the idea is a myriad of negative sex stigmas. Yet, we go the distance, push ourselves, our relationships and land the comfort and unity of the one that swept you off your feet. Marriage is a beautiful ceremony full of timeless heartfelt traditions and all of that beauty doesn’t have to end at the reception. With some effort, the longevity of your union will only further foster your relationship. Strengthen the sex in your marriage with these simple tips.
De-Stress for Better Sex
- Stress is one of the biggest killers of women’s sex drive. So many women are walking around under the storm cloud of our “to do list” – the laundry, the dog and the report for work. Toss in the worries about not having enough sex and it’s like a one-woman monsoon. When it’s time for bed, it’s raining stress all over your sex life which is not the best aphrodisiac.
This show is doubly great because there are not one, but two, very special guests: The first is DeAnna Jordan, relationship & addiction expert. The second is Emily’s big brother, Michael!
Today’s show is all about rules for healthy relationships across the board! DeAnna explains the facts behind love addiction. How do you protect yourself from getting in too deep, too fast? Follow DeAnna’s “No Sex for 90 Days” rule, which is so crazy it just might work.. if you can last that long!
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Emily and Tony want you to live, love and repeat all throughout the summer and then some! These events, organized by city, will help you and your significant other have some summer fun!