Kissing is one of those amazing things you'll ever do in this lifetime. Well, if you find someone who kisses back wonderfully that is. Apparently, a really good kiss not only turns you on, it makes you all loved up, makes you want to kiss more, and it could even burn calories!
Surprisingly, defining booty calls, one-night stands, friends-with-benefits arrangements and other casual sex relationships is important for psychologists, who can't seem to study relationships without defining them.
A recent study suggests that long-distance couples aren't any more likely to have relationship issues than couples who live close to each other. The study published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy found that living far apart from a loved one predicted greater levels of intimacy, communication, and relationship satisfaction.
About 96% of women who take antidepressants reported sexual side effects from the drugs. But a dwindling libido doesn't have to be even more reason to get you down. Exercising just half an hour before sex can alleviate the mood-killing effect of antidepressants, according to a new study in the journal Depression and Anxiety.
Bad sextitude can make or break your relationship, seriously, according to this new survey. Infidelity dating website Victoria Milan asked over 4,000 of their female members why they cheated on their partners, and 68% said it was because they were unsatisfied with their sex lives at home.
Katy Perry told Marie Claire about how she dealt with her emotional
breakup with Russell Brand. “There were two weeks of my life after I
found out the truth of my marriage where I was like, ‘OK. All right. I
can’t feel this. This is too intense right now.’ I was, like, just
eating Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and drinking, and that’s it…”
Do you still follow dating 'rules' you read in magazines? For decades, written articles have dished dating rules for the changing times and the many different kinds of people out there, hoping to inspire and guide the 'clueless'.
All you rom-com lovers will appreciate this new study that concluded
that the romantic comedies don't actually cause you to have unrealistic
expectations about love. So you can now continue your rom-com binge
without feeling guilty.