Monthly Archives: March 2010

Communicating What You Really Want: Communication Skills For Guys

Tweet In relationships – intimate or otherwise – your single greatest weapon for success is communication. We have so much power in our hands with good communication, and we don’t even know it. So many relationships end, or fade out, … Continue reading

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Sex and Intimacy: What She Wants (And May Not Be Saying)

Tweet Sex, like other things, couldn’t be fundamentally different for guys and girls. Sure, the act is the same, the fun’s the same, and it’s an (ideally) satisfying experience for both. What could be so different? Women have sexual needs … Continue reading

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Glory Days: How We Keep Ourselves Stuck in Our Former Lives (& What To Do About It)

Tweet I’m reminded of Al Bundy, patriarch of the Bundy family, from the TV show “ Married With Children.” In the show, Al’s proudest moment in life was scoring four touchdowns in one game. He didn’t achieve what he sought … Continue reading

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27 Ways to Bulletproof Your Intimate Relationship: The Quick and Dirty Version

Tweet Listen. Don’t fix. Listen. Validate her. Affirm her. Questions? Ask her for help. Don’t flirt with other women. Flirt with her. Talk about your feelings. You won’t die of vulnerability. Clean more. Hold the door open for her. Don’t … Continue reading

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