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Come Again Orgasms, Swallowing and SwipingDating apps; so many people use them, yet the stigma still remains. The hook-up culture linked to the world of swiping leaves some feeling defeated or desperate, but single people in search of love or company keep coming back! There has to be some success…right? On today’s show, Emily is diving deep into why we bother with online dating, as well as answering some of your most perplexing sex questions!

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don jon betterChange is hard, and letting go of bad habits is even harder. Once in awhile though, you have to suck it up, realize that you’re an adult, and dispose of all the habits, vices, and routines that aren’t working for you anymore.

Whether it’s in your daily life or your dating life, there are certain patterns that we all tend to fall into. Most of us have a type; we wait three days to make the first call; we go to the same bar to pick up on the same people week after week. Then, we lay awake at night wondering why we’re still not satisfied in the love department…even though we’re doing the exact same thing over and over.  Continue Reading

QlwQJDating used to be so simple. We’d meet people through our friends or colleagues, at the grocery store, at work or at school. It was almost always someone with a close proximity to you, so you could rest assured that they weren’t an axe murderer, and after a date or two, it was pretty easy to figure out where you stood with each other.

Dating today, on the other hand, is a whirlwind of opportunity—and confusion.

We meet people through online dating services and through apps, swiping left and right based on a profile we’ve created—a profile that can sometimes feel like a brand we’re trying to sell to potential suitors. When we actually meet this person in the flesh, we have no idea if our relationship is potentially serious or casual, romantic or platonic. The doubt and ambiguity is just too much! We’re so overwhelmed that we blackout; we forget how we got to the coffee shop, and why we even went on this date in the first place. Continue Reading

rs_500x270-140917112256-need-help-gif-pagespeed-ce_-cdgaw0uneSocial networks like Instagram, Facebook and Tinder have not only changed the way we interact with people; they’ve also redefined the way we find a date for Saturday night.

Our grandparents might disagree with the practice of online dating and tell us the best way to meet a soulmate is the old-school way. Most people from early generations met their life partners at school, work or through family and friends. Of course, some of us still meet dates this way, but technology has altered the game drastically. We can now make connections with strangers from the comfort of our beds, change our relationship status in one click and communicate interest with a few strategic Instagram “likes”. Continue Reading

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