“The most important thing I can ever say to a married couple is reinvent the relationship every seven years. The person you’re married to will change, and so will you. Every couple years, when the biological handcuffs come off that keep us together – the oxytocin and all the chemicals that come together so they can bear children and raise them to five or six years of age — when that chemical wears off, you’ve got to reconnect emotionally. So I’ve been married to three women. It’s going pretty well … Being intimate with the people you love is critically important to longevity … the basic rule of thumb is that if the average American has sex once a week, you want to have sex at least twice a week. It increases longevity by about three years. For women, it’s more about quality than quantity. If you don’t have that loving, conjugal relationship with someone you can grow with in life, then you’re not fun and fearless.”
– Dr. Oz, who has been married for 25 years, gives the secrets to a lasting marriage. [OK!] Keep reading »
Everyone thinks I’m an a-hole right now. Not because I’m trying to get everybody at Grandpa’s funeral to play Rock Band. No, I’m in love—and I can’t stop talking about it.
Butterflies in my stomach, stars in my eyes, I arrive at the office every morning with a new story about something adorable he’s done. We made waffles! We said the L-word! We talked about baby names! I told one of my co-workers about the love note he penned and five seconds in, she had stopped listening.
So I guffawed when I read Vice‘s “Guide To Being Totally Crushed Out”, an alphabetized list of things we do when we’ve got a crush, from “Only Calling To Hear His Voice And Then Hanging Up,” to “Jerking Off About Her.”
And, of course, “Telling Everyone In The World”… Keep reading »
I had a rather unique sexual experience recently. My boyfriend and I were making love and I was overcome with so much emotion that I began crying. At first, he didn’t notice because we were going doggie style, but once I started sobbing and heaving he knew exactly what was happening. Like any guy, he thought I was crying because I was in pain. But I was just so happy to be with him that I was overcome by the love we share. Now emotions aside, I do have to say that we weren’t having spectacular sex. It was just satisfactory. Keep reading »