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Truth: this year has been HARD on relationships. Luckily, sex educator, author, licensed therapist, and my dear friend Jamye Waxman is here to help! For those struggling to connect right now, Jamye gives different methods for checking in with your partner, rekindling the magic, and keeping a relationship strong over time.  
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It’s no mystery that things have been more stressful than usual these days. When life feels chaotic, our relationships and sex lives tend to suffer, and so it’s important to reset the mind and focus on the present. That’s why I’ve brought on my therapist Dr. Anadel Barbour to discuss the coping mechanisms and mindfulness techniques I use to reignite my best self.  
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resentment blog sex with emilyLike a Chia Pet you totally forgot about, resentment can grow without anyone really noticing. One day, over coffee and bagels, seemingly out of nowhere, you realize you can’t stand the way your partner chews. Not only that, you can’t stand how they never help with dishes. They take up so much space in your house and made you cancel plans to go to their work event. You love your partner and have no plans on calling it quits, and yet, you can’t help but notice that resentment is there in full force. 

Maybe you keep asking your partner to help around the house and you keep getting ignored. Maybe you can’t stop wondering if you would quit your job and move to another city to be with your boo. Even the best relationships have their bitter moments. 

Though inspirational memes and canvas tote bags worn by women at the farmers market may tell us to “Speak Our Truths”, the truth is, being honest with the people you love can be really frickin’ difficult. And when you’ve been dealing with the same problem over, you just noticed that you’re feeling kind of off about something, or you’re so far deep into a relationship conflict you’ve given up hope — it can feel impossible to know how to come clean about your feelings and move forward together. 

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what to tell blog sex with emilyWhen you are in a new relationship, there are so many questions. Of course you want to get to know everything about your new mate, and you want to tell them things too. You might want to discover who they are because you are fascinated, and also because you might be sizing them up to see if they are a match to the kind of relationship you want. 

Is she a Capricorn? Is he a Virgo? What’s their moon sign? These are important questions!! 

Yet compatibility isn’t just information. It is a combination of chemistry, emotional connection, maturity level, timing and life circumstances.

Therefore, what to tell and what not to tell early on in a relationship can be a matter of timing, level of intimacy, and personal comfort.

This article is here to help you decide what to disclose in a new relationship and what to keep to yourself.

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On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by bestselling author and one of America’s leading psychiatrists Dr. Daniel Amen to talk about his book, The End of Mental Illness, why mental health needs to be rebranded as brain health – and how that change can alter how we see relationships. 

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