01 Feb 2017

5 Questions to Heal a Relationship

“What do we do next?” is the last question to ask Here’s some easy pillow talk: A DuPont marketing study once revealed that the period of time it takes for a person to actually buy a new pillow after he or she decides that a new pillow is necessary is typically two years. Why? Because […]

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01 Jul 2016
Sizzling Summer by Robert Bridges

Tuning In to Your Turn-Ons

Appreciating the sexual feelings in our everyday lives My husband’s sly smile tells me something good is coming my way. I know he is toying with me, enjoying my anticipation as much as I am relishing his attention. I feel a familiar pulsing warmth spread through my body as my skin gently flushes. He takes […]

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16 May 2016
Listen by Jennifer Davis

If You Really Want to Be Heard, Shut Up…

…And recognize the real struggle with your partner is to hear If I had a dollar for every time I heard a new client say, “We need help learning to communicate,” I’d be retired by now. (Scratch that—I love what I do.) Yet, learning to communicate is rarely the real issue for most couples. Most […]

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26 Feb 2016

A Little Journey

Far far away, on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago, above the Arctic Circle, there lives Reine – the most beautiful village in Norway. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with […]

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28 Jan 2016
Illustration Credit: Her Majesty by Kaley McKean

Claiming Your Queen

In my practice, I’m witnessing a revitalized version of the Queen archetype reemerging At the tender age of 51, I walked for the first time down the wedding aisle. That I said, “Yes!” to marriage seemed remarkable, at least to me. That I chose to do so publicly and with considerable ceremony truly baffled me […]

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