Ten Signs You Came From a Dysfunctional Family – Guest Post

7 Signs you come from a dysfunctional family

Sharing a guest post from Todd Creager – (check out my interview with Todd) Seven Signs You Came From a Dysfunctional Family (Plus 3) According to relationship experts, 50% or more of people maintain toxic relationships. Those who were raised in a dysfunctional family, are much more likely to be in these toxic situations. When you come from a dysfunctional family, it is likely that you will carry some baggage from your childhood into your adult relationships, and end up having to deal with these issues at some point in…

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Cash Chaos in Your Relationship?

Money is a major influence in our lives, and when two people come together in a relationship, disputes are bound to arise – it’s only natural. The problem really starts to simmer, though, when understanding and compromise are not reached. Here are 10 ways to find common ground in a money-troubled relationship. 1. Never Sweep Money Problems Under The Rug It’s easy to avoid talking about the rent when you are three weeks away from it being due, but avoiding money matters only leads to pressure building in the relationship.…

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Guest Post – Does ALL sex have to include intercourse…?

That’s a very good question. First we have to define what ‘intercourse’ is. To most people ‘intercourse’ involves the physical act of procreation. Literally; ‘intercourse’ actually means any type of conversation. Conversation is an important part of any physical contact and should be practiced before; during and after sex. So, the question really becomes; when does one cross the line where conversation AKA foreplay becomes sex (procreation)? In these times; people are having sex but no intercourse. They are simply not talking to each other. I have personally seen examples…

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Guest Post – Ultimate Summer Sex Toy – Add Ice to Your Lovemaking

Ice used as a sex toy - ice for sex play

This is a guest post by sexpert, Mitzi Rae. Mitzi will blog and share info here on a regular basis. Please note – these posts will usually be more graphic and adult, than other posts. The Ultimate Summer Sex Toy By Mitzi Rae Summer is officially here and the temperature at my house is creeping closer to 100 this afternoon – so my mind is thinking of ways to stay cool. But, we all know that really good sex is often hot and steamy, so how can you integrate the…

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Top 100 Sex Bloggers of 2014

Each year there is a blogger who compiles her own list of the Top 100 Sex Bloggers. I would probably include some different blogs, but I like to share her list. We are each looking for something different when we search for information, so it is likely you will find someone on this list that you may enjoy. BE AWARE – THESE ARE OFTEN VERY GRAPHIC ADULT CONTENT THESE ARE NOT FOR READERS UNDER 18  IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY GRAPHIC CONTENT –  DO NOT VISIT THESE LINKS  You can…

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A Wake Up Call for Parents and All Family Members

The news report of Adrian Peterson’s 2 year old child is heartbreaking – there is no other way to explain it. But it should also be a warning and a wake up call for parents and others who care for children. I am known for being fiercely protective of children and it drives me crazy when I see a parent or other caretaker doing something that could potentially put their child in danger. This is one of those stories and I’ve seen far too many other cases that honestly –…

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Curing the Victim Virus – Guest Post by Eugenia Oganova

Some time ago I wrote a post about identifying a victim and a survivor mentality and understanding the difference. Today – let’s look at another article about the “victim virus”. How Can You Cure the Victim Virus? A “Victim mode” of perception is wholly a human invention. Inside the animal kingdom in the wild there are no victims. A rabbit is not a victim of the fox that hunted it, and the young lion who lost a contest for domination to an older lion is also not a victim. Their…

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Introduction to Simple Sexy Food by Linda De Villers, PhD

In a world where instant gratification, medical intervention, and ridiculous demands  on our time and attention have mechanized  and “routinized” our eating and lovemaking,  Simple Sexy Food offers a new perspective.  You can think of it as the art and science of food hooking up with the art and science of sex, an intoxicating mixture of fact and fantasy, of ultra-modern and ancient, of physical and emotional. It’s all of these things and more. At very least it will help you perk up your sex life and your eating habits!…

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10 Pinterest Boards Every Business Should Consider

As a coach – I’m always on the lookout for ways to get information in front of people that I can help. That’s one reason why I have this blog – and why I have a Facebook page, a Twitter account, a LinkedIn account and a Pinterest accountfor my coaching work. These give me various ways to get tips, suggestions, information about my relationship books and my Love Accept and Respect Yourself program. So – I was very interested to find some ways to utilize Pinterest better. Today I’m going…

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Choosing the Best G-Spot Vibrator

Seemingly a simple tool for better pleasure, a straightforward device with 45 degree angled tip but why are some women left feeling less then satisfied with their g-spot vibrator? In reality several models are made to look good sitting on the shelf or in most cases, pictured on a website. There is a fine line between excellent visual styling and amazing feel. Looks are not that important when making the big purchase, you’ll need to read the description or ask more questions to get more information then meets the eye.…

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