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Play the 'Newlyweds (Again!) Game'

22 Jan, 2020

Play the 'Newlyweds (Again!) Game'

Think you know your partner better than anyone? Take this ‘Newlywed Game’-inspired quiz to help find out just how close you and your partner really are. Get a few (or many) of the answers wrong? No worries! That just gives...
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How Do You Want to FEEL in 2020?

06 Jan, 2020

How Do You Want to FEEL in 2020?

As we enter this New Year, so many of us are making resolutions to ‘improve’ ourselves. Maybe you want to run a marathon, work on your marriage, save money, or finally get that promotion.  However, the reality is that research...
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5 Ways to Deal with Loneliness Over the Holidays

19 Dec, 2019

5 Ways to Deal with Loneliness Over the Holidays

Loneliness during the holidays is a silent epidemic. For those without the picture-perfect family, or no family at all, the holiday season can be very triggering. People feel like they are on the ‘outside looking in,’ as images of happy...
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How to Use a Dilator

13 Dec, 2019

How to Use a Dilator

I was inspired to write this blog post after several women who purchased my Intimate Basics Dilator Set asked for more detailed instructions for how to use the kit. This one’s for you, sisters! What Are Dilators? Dilators are dildo-like instruments that...
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7 Ways Women Can Improve Intimacy after Menopause

08 Dec, 2019

7 Ways Women Can Improve Intimacy after Menopause

A new study led by the University of Pittsburgh found that while sexual frequency may decrease with age, it is not just due to menopause and its possible complications (such as dryness and decreased libido). Rather, the researchers found that...
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Your Partner Can’t Read Your Emotions

15 Nov, 2019

Your Partner Can’t Read Your Emotions

    Pop culture tells us that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, but are men and women really as dissimilar as society would have us believe? A new study from the LWL-University Hospital in Bochum, Germany...
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Why Couples Don’t Kiss

15 Nov, 2019

Why Couples Don’t Kiss

There might be more to kissing than meets the lips. A recent study from Oxford University examined the different reasons that motivated people to kiss new partners. Previously, it was thought that kissing played a role in sexual arousal (to...
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Why Stress Isn’t Sexy

15 Nov, 2019

Why Stress Isn’t Sexy

When women want a catch a man’s eye, most of them up their beauty game and reach for their go-to little black dress. However, if you really want to attract the opposite sex, a new study has found that makeup...
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The Impact of Fatherhood on Testosterone

15 Nov, 2019

The Impact of Fatherhood on Testosterone

A study led by Lee Gettler, PhD, an assistant research professor at Notre Dame, has found a link between decreased testosterone levels and fatherhood. Researchers followed 500 Filipino men for almost five years, and they tested their testosterone levels at...
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Is Casual Sex Good for You?

07 Nov, 2019

Is Casual Sex Good for You?

Is it possible to enjoy sex with no strings attached? Some people might say that it depends on your gender. We often think that men can enjoy casual sex without getting attached, while women tend to more at risk of...
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Here is Why New Moms Can't Stop Yawning

07 Nov, 2019

Here is Why New Moms Can't Stop Yawning

We all know that moms miss out on plenty of sleep as they raise their young children, especially when they first bring home their newborns. However, some new moms miss out on more sleep than others, and one new study...
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Study: Married Same Sex Couples are Happier

07 Nov, 2019

Study: Married Same Sex Couples are Happier

A number of studies have illustrated the many positive benefits of marriage. Research has shown that married people are less likely to get cancer, less likely to have heart attacks, and also have a lower risk of developing dementia later...
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