Do Men and Women Think About Sex Differently?

Do Men and Women Think About Sex Differently?

This New York Times piece by Kim Tingley (great name, if you’re writing about sex!) tried to come off as neutral but the structure of the piece – specifically the beginning and end – make it clear that the author very much WANTS men and women’s brains to approach sex similarly and DOESN’T want to discover that men and women are different.

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The Good Part of Online Dating

The Good Part of Online Dating

I understand if you feel like, “I don’t want to DATE. I just want to meet my husband NOW.” Alas, that’s not how it works. Dating is an iterative process that allows you to see the world in a different light, hold up a mirror to yourself, and try on different people to see who fits (or, more likely, does not fit.)

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How to Quit Worrying

“Often, when driven people care about something and finally experience whatever they’ve been hoping to achieve — whether it’s a new relationship, a health goal, a promotion or something else altogether — they’re unable to entirely savor the good times. They may, in fact, do the exact opposite: endlessly worry about when their peak might plummet.”

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A (Love U) Christmas success story

New Year, New Plans, New Hope, ~Contact.FirstName~

Last year, at this time, I offered an $18,000 Love U VIP Masters Coaching Scholarship to one woman from my mailing list. 200 women applied in less than a week.
After agonizing over the applications and doing a number of phone interviews, I chose a 41-year-old woman named Rania. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.

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My Boyfriend Just Lost His Job and His Home and I’m Really Afraid.

My Boyfriend Just Lost His Job and His Home and I’m Really Afraid.

This is HIS problem and if you think you’re scared, believe me, he’s even MORE scared. And, just like being a parent to a child who is fearful, the best thing you can do is provide reassurance that everything is going to be okay. He’s already feeling vulnerable and thinking all the same thoughts that you are – except he’s really beating up on himself.

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