Looking in the mirror this month, the familiar face that looks back at me is unrecognizable. Due to some ongoing health issues I’ve been administered some ongoing treatment which has morphed my face into what I can simply describe as balloon like. My face changed on the second day of consuming ... read more
In my ongoing adventures as a mother, wife and career woman it’s always a challenge to fit in passion, sex, spontaneity and yes, more sex. It’s a test that all of us women face. Last month I proposed a challenge to our readers to have fun while building intimacy by depositing a bit of ... read more
A new year is unfolding – a blank page for creativity, love, passion, laughter, joy, new friendships and some exhilarating adventures. For those of you who missed my last entry, I am writing a series of articles examining the complexity and benefits of sustaining an active sex life when ... read more
Despite what some may consider my shortcomings, I have always felt content with the hand I’ve been dealt. When I look in the mirror on a good day, I see a confident, sexy woman. Yet in spite of this, when the occasional zit would appear overnight, it meant creative maneuvering depending on the sp... read more
Throughout life, we are constantly “downloading” messages- from our parents, peers, media, school, teachers and so on. As we develop and mature emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually- we are then given this silent “growing up” task, to dive in and see which messages ... read more
Feel that? The subtle vibration of libidos surging into overdrive? The palpable pounding of heartbeats from coast to coast? The steady hum of cash flowing directly into movie executives’ welcoming wallets? It’s the Fifty Shades phenomenon, guys, and it’s coming to a theater near you. In what ... read more
In her article “Why 6-Year-Old Girls Want to be Sexy” Jennifer Abbasi writes, “Most girls as young as 6 are already beginning to think of themselves as sex objects, according to a new study of elementary school-age kids in the Midwest.” The academic study she refers to, published in the ... read more
I think one of the biggest challenges for me is recognizing the feeling of always being pulled. I’m trying to make a much more conscientious effort to be present in the moment and do whatever I’m doing; without allowing myself to be torn.