The holiday season has arrived, which means plenty of us will have our love goggles on (for better or worse), from going out to first dates, exploring new relationships, or preparing for a heartwarming proposal. Love is what brought us here to have a chat with 5 incredible experts about the psychology behind the famed love languages as well as red flags to watch out for in any stage of your relationship.
Chronic pain is no small matter and is debilitating for many people. If there is any chance to ease some of the aches and pains, I'm sure plenty of sufferers of chronic pain would say they've tried it. CBD is found in hemp plants and interacts with your body’s endocannabinoid system, which is a game changer for a multitude of physiological processes including pain management. Let's learn more on how CBD can be your source for pain relief.
Conversations about sex usually concentrate on the before and during, but how about the after? Yes, it's not as tantalizing as foreplay or passionate as sex itself, but sexual aftercare is crucial to your sexual wellness. How does everyone involved feel now that the haze of lust has dissipated?
The dance as old as time — sex, can need a bit of an upgrade if you feel that your long-term relationship has hit a sort of slump in that department. Doesn't necessarily mean you are having bad sex, but perhaps the routine and familiarity has you reminiscing of that glorified honey moon stage. But it's that exact familiarity that can help you take your sex-life to the next level with these following tips and tricks.
Intimacy is one of the core goals to have in any relationship, it's a living and breathing bond. We know that Covid has probably made working on building intimacy difficult in both new and old relationships alike, so let's just step back for a second and get back to basics. Let's have the conversation.
Dating in 2020, sounds a tad oxymoronic doesn't it. A time of a killer virus, quarantine, masks, and zoom, how does one even jump back into the dating scene? Well, simply enough it would be through communication. See, even covid-19 can't change the fact that practicing better communication (even virtually) can help you maintain a healthy connection.