Why is it like dis ladies ? As men we need answers ? @wallo267
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There are quite a few reasons why this is happening that men should really consider.
1. When you were “single” you weren’t having sex with your wife all day everyday. You had multiple women so there was a rotation for your ejaculation sir. Do you know what your wife was doing? More than likely... not having nearly as much sex. 🙄🙄🙄 So even if she’s a horn dog in bed, her urge to have sex is still going to be less frequent than your own.
2. When you two were just “messing around” you’d hit each other up on some late night creep shit after the club or the maybe you got sexy for a date and that led to spontaneous sex. But once you decided to be exclusive and live together you may be on different schedules (or have kids) so sex has to be scheduled. It’s the same booty call from back in the day, but now it’s on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Men have to learn to adjust and stop acting like they were getting that much pussy. Most of you need to get married. That’s the most 😻 you gon get Patna stop playing with yourself. Lmaooo! Literally and figuratively 😂! ______________________________________
3. And last but not least back when we used to just be a #BootyCall
we came over #HotNReady
like a #littleceasars
pizza! But when you live together you have to make an effort for sex and something men don’t like to do. Step y’all foreplay game up. And foreplay is not always sexual. Learn her #LoveLanguage
or something. Do something besides complain!
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To have a partner who calls you out on “your shit” is so much more valuable than being with someone who parrots what you say, thinks what you think, and just tows the party line. Healthy couples challenge each other while still being supportive.
Tag the person who calls you out.
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Squatting in wraps is a skill. Just like using a suit, or a belt or even Oly shoes.... To get the most out of each you need to know how to use them. The set before this was slower. Not bad just not a lot of pop. While this set was overall better the 2nd rep I could feel the wraps.
All extra "gear" requires practice. Assuming you can just throw them on a few weeks before a meet and expect them to work wonders isn't really the best plan. #livelearnpasson
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I heard a quote the other day that stopped me in my tracks: “the price of your new life is your old life.” 😃🙌🏽 The cost of fulfilling your dreams is giving up the person you used to be— the one who is full of excuses as to why you can’t 🧐 You are the ONLY one who is responsible for your life 😬...How exciting is that? All the power is in YOU. To know that you have the power to change your health, your marriage, your finances, your passions, your hobbies— is pretty incredible. And it all starts with one step 😁
You can change the habits that don’t serve you. You can create an evening routine that sets you up for success every day. You can raise happy and healthy kids in a great environment with your partner. It’s all up to you. The price of your new life is your old life. Starting today, be the person you want to be, and say goodbye to the one that’s full of excuses ❤️❤️❤️😉☺️
The causes of depression aren't completely understood, but it is believed that the best explanation for it is that it's probably caused a combination of factors, such as an underlying genetic tendency towards the condition and certain environmental factors which can act as triggers.
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There are certain necessary conversations that are going to be painful no matter when you have them. Have them anyways.
If you need help creating safety or knowing if it's a conversation worth having, that's what therapists are for! ❤️
Self-choosing will sometimes look like leaving people behind - even if you love them. -Alex Elle #happytuesday
Don’t forget about foreplay! Whether you’re married, dating, or having casual sex it’s super super super important to keep foreplay in mind during all sexual encounters. Foreplay allows partners to warm up to each others touch and increases arousal. Rule: Unless it’s a quickie, there’s gotta be some foreplay.
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Emotional Safety ❤️ Basically,can I be my real self with you? Can I share my pain, fears, and hopes with you? Will you accept the real raw version of me?
It’s all about being able to be your most authentic self in the relationship. This is what every human on this planet seeks: emotional connection and acceptance. It’s part of being human; we crave unconditional love. We all desire to be loved, accepted, cherished, deeply cared for, and supported in life. This translates to feeling safe to share your thoughts, opinions, interests, hopes, dislikes, and needs without being ridiculed or criticized.
In our intimate relationships, we need to feel safe to connect. As much as we need to be lovers, we need to be friends. I’ll take that back! If the friendship is rock solid, you’ll likely not have issues in bed. But that friendship is everything! 💑
Yes yes yes!! It goes both ways. When you make a commitment to someone it is your job is to protect your partner. You don’t use them, speak negatively about them, cheat emotionally or physically, lie or hide things, fail to communicate, and insert whatever else you agree isn’t healthy. As a partner you do the opposite of that nonsense. You’re supposed to be your partners peace, safe space, best friend etc. Another person doesn’t deserve your bullshit, betrayal and deception because you can’t get it together. Woman up, man up. The moment you do those negative things YOU ARE THE PROBLEM. I’ve seen too many people air their dirty drawers all over the place and to other people and wonder why their relationships don’t work. Your relationship is yours. If something isn’t working go talk to your partner, you know the one you committed to, not everyone else. If you don’t want to be in your relationship, make that decision privately. Don’t intentionally hurt the person your with because you can’t get your act together. You own a role in your relationship succeeding or failing. #growup #realtalk #relationshiptalk #relationshipgoals #relationshipquotes #womanup #manup #betrayal #disrespect #keepyourmouthshut #protectyourpartner #protectyourrelationship #beprivate #privatelife #love #lovelife #couples #couplestherapy #life #growth #responsibility #privacy
I think becoming a mum at any age, is crazy hard. The perceived expectations prior to real-life parenting is often a lot more tame, than the real deal.
But, let me tell you, becoming a mum at 16/17 is a whole other battle.
The judgement, lack of any sort of financial income, increased pressures to complete high school and not wanting to be a ‘stereotypical’ young mum, the possibility of the father bailing and leaving you single, terrified and helpless...
And I was one of the lucky ones.
I mean, Nick wasn’t miraculously an amazing, super hands on, selfless father. It took him a good 3 to 4 years to slowly change his ways and become the nurturing, present, loving dad he is today. I guess that’s what happens when you’re thrown into a life where suddenly you can’t just up and take a train to wherever the hell you want, and you have to listen to your partner crying through the night to a baby that won’t sleep, or through the day even, because your 3 month old baby won’t sleep for longer than 20 minutes at a time.
And don’t even get me started on the perception I had on birth and breastfeeding.
My midwife insisted that because I was ‘young’, I’d have a really smooth delivery... I tell you what, it was most certainly far from it and I was traumatised for quite a few months afterwards. Also, breastfeeding is not as easy as “latching your baby”... that shit is absolutely fucking brutal, if you have useless midwives and unrealistic expectations like I did.
Not to mention I was terrified I couldn’t change my own son’s nappy, let alone keep him alive.
You know, I wouldn’t change it for the world. No matter how much I long to have the life of my other high school friends, and how I wish I could travel the world, and fuck up and it not be such a huge deal, so few pressures, so little responsibilities....
I still wouldn’t change a thing.
I still completed VCE, whilst being a mother, with a baby.
I then completed a Cert IV and Diploma with a toddler and a baby.
Nick and I are currently undergoing an incredibly powerful and spiritual journey in therapy, because life isn’t all sunflowers and rainbows, after a – least of all our relationship.
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So many of us are desperately lonely, but too afraid to open our hands for fear of them being left empty.
This makes a lot of sense. You've been hurt before. So badly in fact, that you don't think you could ever go through it again. Even so, I invite you to imagine the following:
What if someone sentenced you to a life without love? They said you just messed it up too badly the first time, and you’re a damn liability, so you can't ever have it again. What emotions would you feel toward that person? Anger? Frustration? Indignation?
Why then, when we give OURSELVES that life sentence, do we call it protection? Thinking of yourself as a group of parts that interact can give you clarity on how you deserve to treat yourself🌸
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