People in relationships make mistakes. We’ve all done something we’ve later regretted and said something we wish we could take back.
Here are four ways to apologize to your significant other, and four ways that are sure to land you in the dog house.
So the big V day is here and you’re…totally unprepared. We get it, January is hard, February is cold and then the next thing you know: it’s a last minute Valentine’s day.
But, you don’t have to let your sweetheart down just because you forgot to preorder from Flowers.com. Here are some last minute Valentines day presents to keep cupid happy and your lover happier. Because on this holiday, more than any other, it’s the thought that counts!
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Ahh, the language of love. While some may think there is just one way to speak to someone’s heart, the reality is that there are vastly different dialects for romance. You may think you know exactly how to speak your partner’s love language, but you might only be fluent in your own.
On today’s show, Emily is talking about condoms – because it is STD/STI Awareness Month – and she’s answering your emails on all the sex things.
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We all want to feel loved and appreciated, and we want our partners to feel the same way. While we do our best to show our adoration and affection for our partners, a lot more gets lost in translation than we often realize. Sometimes a couple just can’t feel the love, and it’s not for a lack of loving expressions and romantic gestures – it’s simply a language barrier.
It’s so important to learn how our partners receive our love, and vis versa. For so many couples that get into daily squabbles, it can be as simple (and as complicated) as speaking different languages. Not sure what your love language is? Take the quiz now at www.5lovelanguages.com with your partner, and have a fun brainstorming session to work out some different ways you can each express and receive love more easily.
Why is it, that the holidays can still inspire awe and wonderment… in adults? Especially in our modern times, isn’t it fascinating that we still get so excited to celebrate old traditions and sing songs about Santa Claus? We know the truth behind that naughty Elf on the Shelf and we’re not likely to hear sleigh bells ring anywhere but the mall. Yet, somehow our eyes still light up and our hearts feel a little more full this time of year. Why is that?