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Stop Having Sex When You Don’t Want To
Sex: if you have too much of it, you’re a slut, and if you don’t have enough – you're a prude. You owe it to your partner. Your husband has a right to your body. Did you know orgasms cure headaches? Maybe you should get a different excuse.
6 Signs You've Found Your Person
Some of my earliest memories of music and media revolved around the concept of finding love. The prince finds the princess, the good guy gets the girl by the end of the song, and the heartbreak is eventually healed when the nerdy girl goes to prom with the jock, or whatever.
Fathers - Be Good to Your Daughters
We individualize the things we experience so that we can relate to them - it’s human nature. When a great movie ends, I feel like a small piece of me is altered for a little while. When someone wants to show me something they've drawn, or painted, I feel like they’re sharing a part of themselves with me. When the right song plays, it can make or break my mood before the first chorus even starts.
When Do You Recover from Your Parents' Divorce?
Question: Hey Telltale Har, When I was around 24 or 25 (I can’t remember the exact time period) I came to the realization that I had known my parents longer as divorcees than I had as a married couple. This was a very difficult thing for me to adjust to, and to be quite honest I still don’t think I’ve fully recovered from it. I am a child of divorce (or a COD) and this is my story.
Being an "Old Soul" Is Trash
If you're anything like me, you've heard "you've got such an old soul" since you were old enough to hold a conversation. I used to carry that badge with honor—Look at me, I've got this old soul, older people like me, they talk to me, and I'm not just some kid to them.
Love Can't Endure All Things
Today's article addresses an email I received from a reader who wants to know what happened to overcoming anything through the power of love.
Maybe Your Wife Should Move Out?
Remember when you had a boyfriend or girlfriend in high school that you hung out with on the weekends? Maybe you had the same lunch period and you held hands the whole time? Okay—how about dating like that again, except you're an adult with your own home and your own responsibilities, and you're involved in a long-term committed relationship or marriage?
I Don't Want to Be the Reason My Relationships Fail
Today's advice answer is to a hopeless romantic who can't seem to nail down the fairy-tale romance he's looking for. Question: