Ladies don’t blow this relationship by trying to impress a man with your past sexual relationships. The male ego is a funny thing and a innocent comment can turn him off forever.
- Sexpert Tracey Cox gives her rules on what to never tell a new man
- Don’t overshare about old flames and your previous sex lives
- She advises to never share how many people you’ve slept with before
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3271036/Tracey-Cox-reveals-eight-things-NEVER-tell-new-lover-past.html#ixzz4LhUmedq3
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With the rise in divorce there was a decrease in people reporting they were religious. Is this study valid or coincidence?
People whose parents divorced when they were children are significantly more likely to grow up not to be religious as adults, the study found. Thirty-five percent of the children of divorced parents told pollsters they are now nonreligious, compared with 23 percent of people whose parents were married when they were children.https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2016/09/27/how-decades-of-divorce-helped-erode-religion/
Maybe It’s good that mature men can have their cake and eat it to
Fliers advertising a site that pairs “sugar daddies” with “sugar babies” have been popping up at UNH.
The website listed on the flier – Sugardaddyforme.com – advertises “Affluent generous & caring” men who are “Looking for someone special to mentor, pamper & spoil,” according to SeacaostOnline.
Our friends give us the opportunity to work on our level of trust with others. Even though it’s hard to trust people, especially these days, you can always count on your friends to be the most trustworthy people. http://elitedaily.com/dating/friendship-key-successful-relationship/1622656/
According to an article by Robert S. Weisskirch, Michelle Drouin & Rakel Delevi titled ‘Relational Anxiety and Sexting,’ 80 percent of emerging adults aged 18-25 said they have sent a “sexually suggestive text,” and 55 percent have sent a “sexually suggestive photo or video”.
Talking about money is tricky and harder than sex talks sometimes. When we hide things and don’t be honest we are heading for trouble.
So you bought more clothes than you said you would, and are now hiding them all in a closet. Or you dipped a bit more into joint savings than your partner realizes in order to pay off what you lost on a bad investment.
In these cases, the erosion of trust that comes from the secrecy is potentially more damaging than the original acts themselves. Don’t get caught in the slippery slope of financial infidelity.
a recent study has suggested that choosing to stay in an unhappy relationship may actually be fatal. The study, conducted by scientists from MedUni Vienna’s Institute of Social Medicine and the Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods at the Psychology Faculty of Vienna University, found that people who are unhappy in their relationship are at the greatest risk for committing suicide.