Sex and Relationships During Stressful Times

Pleazure Seekers

“It was the best of times… NO… It was the worst of times”.

Keeping your relationship sexy and strong can be challenging during the best of times. Kids, work, day-to-day life – things get busy and relationships suffer. But what about during particularly tough periods? How do you keep things on the rails?

We’ve have had a tough fall. Not to get into the details, but I have a sports injury that has had a complicated recovery, meaning almost 6 weeks of me bing in a lot of pain and not super useful around the house (or the bedroom). Our oldest daughter recently broke her arm. While she is being much tougher with her injury than I am with mine, it still means she need s a lot of extra care.

All this to say… not a great fall. I’m near useless around the house and my wife is doing…

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The Number One Reason People Stay In Unhappy Relationships & Marriages

Very informative look into just a few reasons (and there are many more not covered here) why we stay when we should bolt.

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I was thinking about why people stay in unhappy relationships the other day.

A guy friend of mine kept complaining about how unhappy he was in his current scenario. I offered advice and feedback but at the end of the day, the complaints kept coming.

I finally said look: You either make it better, or you leave.

Sure, you can stay in this unhappy limbo but what good is it?

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Tokyo Love – by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue

So many divas. Did they have to order extra oxygen tanks so no one would suck another’s air out of the room? Sexy whores….I love them dearly!!

RALUCA STOICA

www.astairwaytofashion.com Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue

www.astairwaytofashion.com Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue

Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue

www.astairwaytofashion.com Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue

www.astairwaytofashion.com Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi by Nobuyoshi Araki for Vogue Japan September 2014 Issue

Stars: Naomi Campbell, Riccardo Tisci, Saki Asamiy & Yuumi;

Photographed by Nobuyoshi Araki;

Fashion Editor Anna Dello Russo;

Hair Lorenzo Barcella;

Makeup Ayako.

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On Second Thought, Super-Size That Order…PLEASE!

Oh well, I guess someone has to. Good luck with that. Personally, I don’t have the capacity to be some awkward dude’s crash test dummy nor am I a fan of mini cupcakes nor cocktail wieners.

And trust me, Mini Wang and doggy-style DOES.NOT.WORK!! Trust me, I’ve tried it more times than I care to remember and I’m not a fan of faking orgasms! I’m a great actress when need be but I think I’ve lost my ability to do so.

However, if you can suck on and enjoy a Tic-Tac, going down on MW shouldn’t present a problem for either party.

Seriously, I realize we all have varied sexual preferences but I can’t imagine having a pleasurable sexual experience using minimal equipment, foreplay be damned.

The.End!

Why I Prefer Small Penises!

Ignorance is Bliss Only While in a Coma…

In some instances, it’s OK to be in denial about certain things whether it be your age, dress size, income, “success”, and in my unfortunate experiences, both penis size and sexual prowess. I digress…

It is NOT, however, a good practice to be in denial about life. It’s the biggest set-up for failure and disappointment but it’s also fairly easy to avoid.

Trust that voice inside your head, even when it’s telling you the opposite of what you’d like to hear. And don’t expect people to always be who you want them to be or who they’ve represented themselves to be. Or as my filter-free Grandma used to say “If it smells like shit, it probably is!” Stand clear!

The (Second) Best Part of Waking Up

I’m finding that even a hardened non-believer, albeit admittedly crunchy, granola corporate hippie like myself can genuinely benefit from a few minutes of daily solitude.

Instead of being peeved at awakening so early on my day off, I find myself in a calm, almost giddy state of peace. My mind feels free of worry and anxiety and fear. I quite rather like it…and I want more.

“Begin By Letting Go” – Etherwood

Pretend less, read more

The History Woman's Blog

nerd-glassesSince being a nerd has become cool I don’t like it any more. Big glasses are no longer the indicator of a visual impairment caused by too much reading, and pasty skin is less likely caused by long hours spent in libraries, archives or labs. It’s more likely the result of an overpriced holiday in Finland and cleverly applied make-up.

It is now socially acceptable, even hip, to be seen sitting by yourself in a murky café reading Camus. It is even more so if you’re wearing a baggy jumper you found in a charity shop, while frantically scribbling notes into your Moleskin notebook or are indeed staring into your MacBook. Not even questionable personal hygiene or unkempt hair are a safe indicator that the person next to you is a borderline genius.

On the other hand, real nerds are now heading to the gym to fight the pen pusher’s…

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