Daring Your Partner To Give You A Lap Dance Is The Foreplay You’ve Been Missing

The bedroom is one of the few places in a relationship where playing games is encouraged. So take advantage of it. If you and your S.O. have been stuck in a rut, head to the bedroom for a round (or three!) of truth or dare. Remember: “Building intimacy with your partner should continue throughout the relationship,” says Rachel Needle, PsyD […]

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Working out with your partner could make your relationship happier

Working out as a couple could be the secret to a long and happy relationship, according to a new study. A survey of more than 7,600 UK adults published by Decathlon in the Decathlon Activity Index, revealed 43% of those surveyed have exercised with their partner – with more than half (66%) saying that working out together has improved their relationship. 51% of those surveyed […]

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Your first point of contact and your partner in recovery: The GP’s role in mental healthcare

Around 70% of people who sought treatment for their mental health in Australia in 2015-16 saw a general practitioner. This amounts to 18 million dedicated mental health consultations. GPs are often the first point of contact for people concerned about their mental health. Mostly, though, mental health care occurs within consultations initiated for other reasons. This could be when someone […]

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Researchers partner in vaccine project to tackle major killer of African children

A team of University of Otago researchers is part of a major new international vaccine research project to help tackle devastating Salmonella bloodstream infections which are killing thousands of people in sub-Saharan Africa each year. The recently-launched Vacc-iNTS research project aims to advance the clinical development of an innovative vaccine against invasive non-typhoidal salmonellosis. This is an emerging neglected infectious […]

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Psychological therapies can have side effects – however, when a treatment error?

Prior to the inpatient psychotherapy, Mrs. D. long years, suffered from social Anxiety. She had hardly any friends, the Main caregiver was her husband. Through individual and group therapies, learns their needs and to talk about it; it’s also your Hobbies. However, it is a crisis in the relationship. Mrs D. says: “For us, it was probably only good for […]

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Unhappy relationship: A separation can be beneficial to both parties

Relationship problems: Sometimes a separation is the better solution If couples relationship problems, they get from friends and Acquaintances often well-intentioned advice, to help, to kitten the partnership again. But sometimes a separation is for people in an unhappy relationship is the better solution. Good advice is not often There is a crisis looming in pairs for quite some time, […]

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The 5 Best Sex Positions if Your Partner Has a Small Penis

When it comes to penis size, the myth persists that bigger is better. But it’s totally untrue. Okay, orgasms might be trickier to pull off if your partner has a micropenis—defined as a penis that measures under 2.8 inches when erect. But this condtion is very rare. (The average erect penis clocks in at five inches, FYI.) “Good sex is really […]

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Cancer – now what? Ten tips for family and friends

1. Signal: I’m here The diagnosis of cancer for patients, their families, and friends a shock. Take the time it takes to process the diagnosis. This need is quite normal. In the long run, silence is not, however, often be misleading. You dare, to the Diseased reach out and ask you gently to his needs, As he or she experienced […]

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