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romance blog sex with emilyIn the time before quarantine, a sleepy three-day weekend or ordering take out for a cozy night sounded like the best thing ever. Yet, now, after endless weeks of sheltering in place, it seems like quarantine can feel like a little too much time at home. When you haven’t worn anything but sweatpants in a month and your showers are getting fewer and farther between, you may be feeling like this pandemic is damping your romance.

Additionally, when you and your partner are both working at home, up in each other’s space ALL day every day, you may be more in the mood for some alone time than some sexy time. And of course, there is the fact that we’re living through a global pandemic, and no one knows when it’s going to be over. 

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On today’s show, Dr. Emily is talking about how to take off the rose colored glasses and see the signs of toxic relationships – as well as answering your sex & relationship questions. Especially with the current climate, you want to really think about the people in your life and if they are serving a purpose for you. 

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cuddling blog sex with emilyIt’s always nice to spice up your sex life by trying new things. Missionary can only make you cum so far. Which is the reason why since the beginning of procreation, humanity has been finding ways to change up positions, as evidenced as early as 400BC in the Kama Sutra.

However, although we have found ways to reconfigure our sexual pleasures, it’s also good to find different ways to cuddle. Physical touch is one of the most widely understood love languages. Sometimes your arm can only be used as a headrest for so long. Here are some different ways to snuggle up with your partner.

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last minute blog sex with emilySo 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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Is the holiday season an emotionally stressful or triggering time for yourself or your partner? Unfortunately, it often goes overlooked that this period can be more painful than joyful for some people.

Whether it’s a reminder of loved ones no longer with us, estrangement from family members, or even just emotional exhaustion from the long days and activities, it can be a challenging time for many.

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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. 

 

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growing blog sex with emilySo, you’ve been with your significant other for a while: congratulations! You went through the early jitters, the butterflies, the heart eyes emojis. And now? You’ve hit the part of the relationship that’s just like everyday life: a little stagnant and at times boring.

Every honeymoon phase comes to an end, and finding ways to navigate the relationship through the years is where the real work takes place. Relationships are like house plants: you have to care for them everyday, or one morning you’ll wake up to the withered remains of a hanging plant you really loved, thinking “wow, it really came to this.” Here’s some tips and tools to stay growing in your relationship, and not plateauing!

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