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Writings, rants, & advice.
Men try to figure it out, but many don't get it. Does she want candles lit for romantic lighting, or candle wax dripped on her nipples? Does she want to be made love to softly with feeling, or f*cked from behind with mad passion? I asked 1,000 women what they really wanted from men in the bedroom. They got real. The got raw. And they got honest.
Verbal, physical, sexual abuse is in the news on a nightly basis, and the latest is showcased in high definition for all to see: Stanford Rapist Brock Turner. The judge let him off with a VERY lenient sentence. Brock's father wrote a disgusting letter in a feeble attempt to make excuses for his son despicable, deplorable behavior—showcasing how rape culture in the U.S. is completely enmeshed in college athletics. And social media is up-in-arms at the injustice.
Everyone shows who they really are—and their true intentions—over time. Is this amazing, giving, charming person you've met for real? Or is something else waiting in the wings for you?
It's all over social media: "He got me roses!" or "She got tickets!" And all this does is cause many people to reflect on a simple fact: They aren't in a relationship right now. To those singles, please consider this...
All relationships have peaks and valleys. To get through the challenges, you BOTH need to put in... for yourselves and for each other.
"I have been married for a many years, but I recently met someone on Facebook—and we have fallen in love. But suddenly, he's unfriended me and stopped answering my messages. Do you think it is really over before it began or do we have a chance to make it?"
Whether you've been single for years or you're only recently back looking for love, finding a compatible partner is not always an easy task. Follow these six rules to find your match...
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Charles J. Orlando is the author of three books on interpersonal relations and relationship dynamics.