Have you ever been “ghosted” (had someone suddenly stop talking to you without an explanation)? Our panel tells stories of relationship sabotage and why these practices might be ruining our dating lives. We all had the same question: I love my husband and he loves me, so why aren't we having as much hot sex as we used to?
Culture: Choosing a Spouse Whatever terms you use to describe relationships, one thing is sure: Dating is hard. Ernie Baker gives us advice on what to look for in a potential spouse from his book “Marry Wisely, Marry Well.” Inbox: A Shocking Past The relationship was going smoothly, until her boyfriend revealed a detail about his past that shocked her. Now she feels terrible about her reaction and isn’t sure where to go from here.
My husband and I met in the sweltering summer of 1992 and started rocking and rolling immediately.
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Paul Mc Kinnon invites seasoned and extremely delicious comics to perform routines they have never tried before! Annual Man and His Dog Fashion show in support of the Victoria Human Society with this years added women’s fashions as well.
Come together with us to reevaluate what is to be “normal.”” For more information visit the website.
@ pm to pm Location: Canoe Brew Pub at 450 Swift St.Not good, especially because the more we get it, it seems, the more satisfied we are.I raised this topic with some girlfriends one night over a bottle of wine, hoping to get insights into their concerns, and (yes, I admit it) how often they had sex (with their partners).Websites: Nearly lost in time the Emanu-El synagogue was almost sold and moved instead being the beautifully restored landmark it is today.This play re-created the events surrounding a family, a community and the synagogue. @ pm to pm Location: Northern Quarter at 1724 Douglas St.Margaret Nachtigall, a reproductive endocrinologist in New York City, who shared some statistics from a study done by the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior: A study of married couples found age and marital satisfaction to be the two variables most associated with amount of sex.