There may be relief for those that obsess over their relationship. It seems that people who constantly question whether or not their partner loves them, or whether or not they’ve found the person they’ll spend the rest of their lives with, may be suffering from something called relationship obsessive-compulsive disorder (ROCD).Read More» Posted by Lauren | 0 comments
In today’s show Emily sits down with Menace to answer your most pressing sex and relationship questions sent to email@example.com including: what to do in a long distance relationship when your partner refuses to send sexy texts, have Skype sex, or engage in dirty talk; How to make your wife feel beautiful and why this is crucial for long lasting, amazing sex.
This week Emily sits down with Caleb Bacon, Host of the Man School Podcast and an LA-based writer, to talk relationship tips, Kegels for men and how getting comfortable in his own skin led him to proposing to his love just last week!
Emily also answers emails from you including how to give a better BJ even with that pesty cotton mouth, how guys can go after the woman they want, even if she seems out of his league. How complimenting and appreciating your partner is one of the main tips to a successful relationship. Plus, what to do if your boyfriend comes home from a “Work trip” and his penis smells like cheese (We can’t make this stuff up.)
How many times do you try to make a relationship work before calling it quits?
That’s a great question. I have a theory, if it’s more than two times you probably should end the relationship. When you’re in a serious relationship and you break up and get back together and break up and get back together, I don’t believe that works. I believe that’s a sign that it doesn’t work. If you’re asking to call it quits, you should probably call it quits. Because what happens is, people call and write in asking this and I think that when you break up with someone, and women do this often, we tend to glorify the person after we break up with them. We miss them. We think of all the good things and think, ‘Oh, maybe it’s a good time to get back together.’ But it’s not! Usually, because we’re forgetting all the bad stuff, we get relationship amnesia. You get back together and the same stuff starts to happen. Unless the issues have been worked out and you BOTH worked on those issues, don’t get back together just because you miss them.
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Become charming and confident, even if you have no idea what to say and have no confidence whatsoever. Jordan Harbinger is a lifestyle coach. He teaches men The Art of Charm (no natural charm required). He starts by identifying any situational confidence a man may or may not have. If a man is extremely confident in his work as a doctor, Jordan shows him how to channel that confidence into talking to women. Talking about your favorite band and alcoholic beverage of choice will become as easy as talking about scalpels and stethoscopes.
The iconic Porn Star Nina Hartley talks about making porn, feminism, non-monogamy, and how to give a woman the perfect hand job (there is some light pulling and pinching involved).
Nina Hartley also talks boldly about the butt. Nina says, “Butts are like cats. They have to be coaxed and seduced every time. They are moody and you can’t fool a butt into liking you, or feeling relaxed. Butts know when the thing touching them is paying attention, or being a jerk.”
We’ve all heard stories about couples who once enjoyed a passionate sex life, but now spend more time wrestling over the remote than having sex. Some couples even avoid sex like they are dodging a bullet.Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
There has been a lot of talk lately about open relationships and polyamorous relationships. People want to know if these sort of relationships actually work. How do you not implode with jealousy when your partner is off frolicking with someone else? This is a huge fear that a lot of us live with everyday no matter our relationship status.Read More» Posted by Emily | 3 comments
Not only is Facebook sucking up all your time, but it is also going to ruin your relationship if it hasn’t already. Your relationship status, compromising photos, and lack of cyber affection might contribute to the demise of your relationship. But all hope is not lost! Emily tells you how to survive a relationship on Facebook….
I’ve been with my partner for about four months. At the beginning of our relationship, things were great as usually they are. He thought I was perfect, and I felt the same, but I would pick at him to keep my wall up after so many rough break ups and that fear he would do the same…Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments