While marriage can be good for you in a lot of ways - someone to share the financial burdens, a partner in taking out the trash, a standing Friday-night movie date on the couch - the effects on your health aren't always positive, particularly when it comes to your waistline.
A common misconception in the dating world is that the guy always has to approach the girl to make the first move. Because of this, shy guys who can’t work up the nerve to talk to a girl they like get screwed. In order to date a shy guy, you need to be comfortable being the one who takes control and makes the moves… at least until he gets comfortable with you.
Remember the honeymoon phase of your relationship where you and your partner couldn't keep your hands off each other?So many couples wish they could stay in that phase, but as life unfolds and you settle into new routines, it tends to slow down.
There are lots of sayings to highlight how getting going early can really lead to success. ‘The early bird catches the worm,’ ‘…early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.’ But what about the other end of the day? New research suggests that night owls may actually be more successful than morning people.
There are plenty of people known to have late night habits. Perhaps the most famous is Winston Churchill who often worked until 3AM. Others include several famous writers like Gustave Flaubert, Franz Kafka, W.H. Auden and James Joyce, as well as other political figures including President Obama. Most of these people all tend to follow similar patterns in how they go about using the evening and nighttime to achieve success.
When you are in a bad relationship and feel like it's time to get out, you usually know it. Deep, deep down, you know it. You lie awake at night, wondering what it will take to make you get out. But then you come up with a bunch of excuses. And they're usually pretty lame ones.
A good foreplay is something that starts long before you hit the bedroom. You may be a goddess in bed but unless you know ‘how to turn a guy on’ (without shedding off clothes!) you are certainly missing out a great chance to spice up your s*x- life. As assumed by most of the girls, turn on for guys doesn’t ‘start and end in bed.’
If the night after you exchanged your vows ended with an orgasm, consider yourself lucky: 52 per cent of newlyweds say they didn't have sex on their wedding night, finds a recent survey of 2,128 people by the U.K. coupon website Voucher Codes Pro.
What do you do when you are out on the road and you begin to realise that the energy, the zest to move from destination to destination is no more there? You try, but the charm of the next attraction is no longer strong. There is simply no thrill to conquer.