Love & Sex
If you want to be really ready for intimacy, consider this a one-stop checklist. Below, experts’ tips on what to do before having sex.
Moving forward is hard and sometimes the abuse will come back in dreams, flashbacks, conversations or in other ways. I find that sometimes it feels like I am in a mental fight not to assume my husband is similar to the person who abused me. Years on and the moments have become less and I am able to shake it off but this has taken patience and has at times been mentally quite tough.
Now, as a nutritional therapist, I always ask people about their sex drive, because it's a big indicator of underlying health. Whilst my clients don't really see it as an issue, actually it gives me a clue into how their hormones are functioning and where we need to support the body.
The more you know. 😉
We all want sex to be spontaneous, right? We think we need to feel like it - horny, desiring. Planning just doesn't feel
"Thanks for the good time, but my Uber's here now."
"It's not yule, it's me."
Together, you'll get through this.
When you’re in a long-term relationship, it’s easy to assume the grass is greener on the other side. (You know, the side
Get ready for some possibly NSFW coffee.