Choices are real. Fantasy is in your head. And fantasy can be healthy.
Family & Relationships
Did you know it’s actually possible to not only survive an affair — but to thrive as a couple in the aftermath?
The alphabet soup that is the LGBQTIA+ acronym is confusing and unwieldy. But the bottom line is this: Each letter has a specific meaning. And each meaning is important.
Ready to be scared senseless?
Well here you go: According to the vast knowledge of the tech almighty Google, the average first Internet porn exposure happens at age 11, and "sex" is in the top five search terms used by boys and girls from under the age of 7 up through 18.
You know how Web 2.0 was considered the next iteration of the web — when websites became engaging and interactive and fun?
While many of us think of the F word as something we should avoid in everyday conversation, I disagree. In fact, “feminism” — the new F word — is the cornerstone of modern relationships.
You’ve undoubtedly heard of the public health campaign that warned “Don’t Drink and Drive” or “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk,” right? Well I’m proposing a similar campaign.
Most of us don't get married planning to have an affair. But then later, there we are, at the divorce attorney's office, signing papers.
Fact: your children are sexual beings (scary thought, I know). We're totally comfortable guiding them in pursuits as they pertain to school, work, athletics, friendships, hobbies and any other aspect of their lives, but the minute it relates to sexuality, we freeze up. Unfortunately, we can't just ignore that piece of them.
So, you want an abuse-free life? Great. Now it's time to actually do something about it, but what constitutes as abuse is broader than you think.
Let me illustrate.