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A conversation with sex therapist Maci Daye on the importance of bringing play, adventure, and curiosity into the bedroom and why “Great sex has more to do with the state of our mind than with the function of our body.”
“Positivity becomes toxic when an overfocus on rainbows and flowers leads to bypassing necessary emotions and experiences. Difficult emotions are there for a reason.” There's one cure for toxic positivity ...
“Self-criticism is, in many ways, a consequence of human longing to belong, an attempt to preempt criticism from others. ... Self-compassion can help you be more motivated by desired for growth instead of by desire to avoid criticism."
Has your once passionate relationship morphed into a roommate marriage? Try these five tips from licensed psychologist Beth O’Brien to get your relationship back on track and more intimate—both physically and emotionally.
"Because it means you see what beauty is / here, and what she ought to have: / jewels in a complete set,"
It's normal for sexual urges to slow down a bit as we age, but that means intimacy is more important than ever.
Some things not to say to those of us who tend to hate ourselves — and why, and what you might tell or ask us instead.
When it comes to sex, listening goes a lot deeper than hearing.
Did you know that the seasons are governed by the five elements? As we enter fall, we are shifting from fire-dominated summer to wind-dominated autumn.
Nourish your heart with this yoga and meditation video designed to explore themes of self-love.
So the honeymoon is over? Use these 70 affirmations to love your partner then, now, and forever—no matter what may come.
How can a lack of passion in your partnership be a good thing? When you use this opportunity to grow into the next phase of your relationship: rediscovery.