Anxiety is by far the most common mental health issue affecting young people today (not to say that older people don't get anxious). Of course, there are varying degrees of anxiety; for some people medication truly is a necessity, but for most of us anxiety can be managed with a variety of coping mechanisms. The trick is finding healthy mechanisms that work for you.
According to Urban Dictionary, a sugar daddy is a boyfriend that comes with financial benefits; and while that's true, it's the most simplistic explanation for a very complex relationship. And it is a relationship, by the way, not a financial transaction; if you seek a sugar daddy, you should expect to give something in return.
If I had a pound for every time I'd sat in silence, deflated and sad while Googling "how to tell if a guy likes me," I'd be a rich woman. Of course, if I had one for every time I'd let a moment slip by because I was too scared to make the first move I'd be richer still (but that's another story). The truth is that, as women, were taught to expect men to chase us if they like us, and that's just not feasible anymore.
Driving Route 66 has been my go-to down-time activity for nearly 10 years; when I arrived in the US at 20 I was disappointed to find that it was no longer the iconic thoroughfare it had once been. The interstate highways that replaced it are faster, broader, more modern ways to travel, but they don't have the same pizazz.
When I was growing up sexual health was discussed in three ways; puberty, avoidance of pregnancy and STDs, and the consequences of pregnancy and STDs. In the small British town I grew up in, even in the 90s, there was a puritan streak that has only recently started to fade.
Have you ever wanted to be told that you're a woman's best ever lay (and believe her when she says it)? Do you want to hear your girl scream and beg for more?