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  • The top five reasons people cheat, according to a psychologist
  • The Ashley Madison hack—a web site for those seeking extramarital affairs—has dominated the news for the past few weeks. I'm sure you've read about it. Some 32 million account holders got leaked when hackers posted the raw data online in August, with multiple celebrities and other important folks (pastors and prosecutors alike) hanging their heads in shame. Now, we're seeing apologies being is... ››› more
  • [07 September 2015]
  • Study finds that couples who do THIS together are like to stay together forever
  • Study after study has shown that laughing is good for the soul. But now we know something else: sharing giggles with a romantic partner keeps the lovey-dovey feelings going, according to a study published in the journal Personal Relationships. Keep reading to learn more about this new finding... Couples who laugh together are happier and therefore bound to last longer Laura Kurtz, a soci... ››› more
  • [31 August 2015]
  • Single and happy? Here's what that says about your personality
  • It might be hard to believe at certain times, but single people can actually be just as happy as those in romantic relationships. Does this sound like you? Well, then, you'd be interested to know that this says an awful lot about your personality… According to new research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, only people with a certain temperament are able to be happy wh... ››› more
  • [25 August 2015]
  • Don't feel guilty for being selfish - it actually promotes mental health
  • Selfish people treat others badly, don't have any real friends, and are incapable of love. Right? Wrong! You're programmed to feel like putting your own needs first is reprehensible, shameful and wicked. As a result, you might feel the need to put others people yourself. And that's where you're going wrong… According to research, prioritising self-care in the long-run is important - for... ››› more
  • [17 July 2015]
  • Get your wife to bed early tonight and you'll get lucky tomorrow night
  • A new study shows how women, who get enough sleep, have a heightened sex drive, says WebMD.com. And it's for this reason, you should give your wife a night off and let her go to bed early. It might be just what she needs to boost her libido, which means you'll get lucky! Read on below to uncover what the researchers found… Don’t bug your wife for sex tonight, let her sleep on it… ... ››› more
  • [25 March 2015]
  • Here's what to do to save your relationship
  • Would you be happy if you were only having sex three times a month? Is that too much? Too little? The one question I get asked a lot is what is “normal”? So what is a ‘normal' sex drive? Read on to find out... "Normal" is not the same for everyone Normal is a very socially loaded term with little meaning in this context. For some people, it’s completely normal not to want sex... ››› more
  • [05 February 2015]
  • If ulcerative colitis is ruining your sex life, here's how to cope
  • Inflammatory bowel disorders like ulcerative colitis don't just interfere with your everyday life; they can interfere with your sex life too. Your pain and discomfort from your illness can cause you to refrain from being intimate with your partner… If your ulcerative colitis is a cause for your sexual frustration, here's the help you need to cope. Hundreds of thousands of people across the gl... ››› more
  • [24 February 2014]
  • Five ways you can start having better sex, today!
  • Is fear of what your partner thinks of your body keeping you from having the best sex of your life? Here's a way you can change that, and four other things that are warping the way you view, and have, sex… Give them a go, and use Valentine's Day to really change your love life and have better sex. Being intimate with your partner creates a lasting bond between you.    By withholding... ››› more
  • [13 February 2014]



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