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21 May 19
The Irish Sun
WHEN TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson revealed she was living in a sexless marriage, it brought the taboo subject out into the open. In an astonishingly honest interview with The Sun, the Swede admitted the last eight years of her marriage, to third husband Brian Monet, involved just one night of passion. Ulrika revealed she only had sex once in the eight years she was married to Brian Monet Ulrika, said: “Just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking I might have to accept I will never have sex again.” But she is far from unique. Here married relationship therapists Mike Lousada and Louise Mazanti PhD, authors of book Real Sex, tell KATE JACKSON why intimacy vanishes and how to get it back. WHEN SEX BECOMES A CHORE Louise said: “One of the biggest reasons for us going off the boil with sex is because we’re always so stressed. We are living such fast-paced lives and so much needs our attention. After a stressful day at work, the last thing we want to do is make love. Then we pile pressure on ourselves because we think we should be having sex, and that then becomes one more thing on our to-do list.” What to do: Mike said: “Start making time to relax. Sex is linked to our nervous system. In order to feel sexual, we need to be relaxed. Whatever works for you, whether it’s going to the gym or doing a crossword, take that time every day.” WHEN CHORES GET IN THE WAY You need to build a positive connection to one another first Mike said: “There’s a classic phrase, ‘Sex doesn’t start in the bedroom, it starts with taking out the rubbish’. It’s those little acts of kindness and working as a team which create a connection. If you’re feeling resentment towards each other, all these things we hide from each other in day-to-day life are likely to be activated during sex when our deepest vulnerabilities show up.” What to do: Louise said: “You need to build a positive connection. We all have conflicts in our relationships, but what you need to do is find the things you appreciate about each other and that can reignite that sexual connection. At the end of each day, lie in bed together without touching, look into each other’s eyes and tell the other person three things you appreciate about them.” IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME Louise said: “A lot of people come to us with what they believe are physical problems, such as a low libido or erectile problems. In many cases, these are not physical, but are symptoms of emotional issues. If we’re not connected, if we don’t trust each other or we are hurting about the past, the sex shuts down.” What to do: Mike said: “It’s all about communication. Find a way to talk about your feelings in a healthy and respectful way. It’s important to address these issues, because those are the obstacles that are getting in the way of a sexual relationship.”  STRIVE FOR QUALITY Communicate about what you like and don’t like in order to get the most out of the experience Louise said: “The problem for most people is the sex they’re having is low quality. What a lot of people in long-term relationships are doing is just perfunctory, and it’s often determined by the man’s agenda and pace. Women often want other things, like more full-body touch or foreplay. A woman often thinks she has lost her libido, but it’s actually that she just isn’t having the kind of sex she would like.” What to do: Louise said: “Communicate clearly about what’s going on. It’s amazing just how many people don’t talk about how unhappy they are with their sex lives.” TAKE PRESSURE OFF Mike said: “Porn is so easily accessible now, which is great in some respects, but it can put unrealistic pressures on both genders. Men in particular often feel they have to perform just like porn stars.” Louise said: “With social media, we are comparing our bodies to others all the time. No matter what shape we are, we are always so critical of ourselves because we don’t measure up to someone on Instagram.” What to do: Louise said: “You have to try not to compare yourself to others. Find a way that makes you feel attractive to yourself, whether it’s getting a new haircut or buying new underwear. It’s not down to our partner to make us feel sexy. We can only be attractive to others if we feel attractive in ourselves.” BREAK THE ROUTINE When something is fun then we want to do it again Mike said: “The less you have sex, the less you’ll want to have it. Couples get into that friend zone where there’s no excitement any more. There’s also the Westermarck effect, in which people who live together for a long time without having sex come to view each other in the same way as siblings. The more you feel your sexual energy, the more you want it.” What to do: Louise said: “It’s a bad idea to force yourself to just ‘get on with it’ because that then starts a cycle of not wanting to do it the next time, and resenting yourself and your partner. “Focus your mind on sex, not necessarily having sex as that’s a pressure, but maybe watch or read something erotic, or think about a fantasy. Be creative and have fun because when something is fun then we want to do it again.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS ” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] DON’T STICK TO SAME OLD RECIPE Louise said: “If the only recipe we have for sex is one we’re not excited about, then find a new one. It might be that you always used to have sex before going to sleep at night, but you’re always tired. It might be that you only have a 30-minute window when the children aren’t around but that’s then always a hurry.” What to do: Louise said: “Trying out new things makes us feel more alive and engaged and that makes sexual energy flow. Rewrite the script. Imagine you’re having sex with each other for the first time, and tell each other what feels good or when you want to go slower. Try doing it in a different room, at a different time and in a different position.” [bc_video video_id=”6039293074001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Nicki Minaj strips to a pink bra and raps about sex in new video for Wobble Up”]
21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
WHEN TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson revealed she was living in a sexless marriage, it brought the taboo subject out into the open. In an astonishingly honest interview with The Sun, the Swede admitted the last eight years of her marriage, to third husband Brian Monet, involved just one night of passion. Ulrika revealed she only had sex once in the eight years she was married to Brian Monet Ulrika, said: “Just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking I might have to accept I will never have sex again.” But she is far from unique. Here married relationship therapists Mike Lousada and Louise Mazanti PhD, authors of book Real Sex, tell KATE JACKSON why intimacy vanishes and how to get it back. WHEN SEX BECOMES A CHORE Louise said: “One of the biggest reasons for us going off the boil with sex is because we’re always so stressed. We are living such fast-paced lives and so much needs our attention. After a stressful day at work, the last thing we want to do is make love. Then we pile pressure on ourselves because we think we should be having sex, and that then becomes one more thing on our to-do list.” What to do: Mike said: “Start making time to relax. Sex is linked to our nervous system. In order to feel sexual, we need to be relaxed. Whatever works for you, whether it’s going to the gym or doing a crossword, take that time every day.” WHEN CHORES GET IN THE WAY You need to build a positive connection to one another first Mike said: “There’s a classic phrase, ‘Sex doesn’t start in the bedroom, it starts with taking out the rubbish’. It’s those little acts of kindness and working as a team which create a connection. If you’re feeling resentment towards each other, all these things we hide from each other in day-to-day life are likely to be activated during sex when our deepest vulnerabilities show up.” What to do: Louise said: “You need to build a positive connection. We all have conflicts in our relationships, but what you need to do is find the things you appreciate about each other and that can reignite that sexual connection. At the end of each day, lie in bed together without touching, look into each other’s eyes and tell the other person three things you appreciate about them.” IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME Louise said: “A lot of people come to us with what they believe are physical problems, such as a low libido or erectile problems. In many cases, these are not physical, but are symptoms of emotional issues. If we’re not connected, if we don’t trust each other or we are hurting about the past, the sex shuts down.” What to do: Mike said: “It’s all about communication. Find a way to talk about your feelings in a healthy and respectful way. It’s important to address these issues, because those are the obstacles that are getting in the way of a sexual relationship.”  STRIVE FOR QUALITY Communicate about what you like and don’t like in order to get the most out of the experience Louise said: “The problem for most people is the sex they’re having is low quality. What a lot of people in long-term relationships are doing is just perfunctory, and it’s often determined by the man’s agenda and pace. Women often want other things, like more full-body touch or foreplay. A woman often thinks she has lost her libido, but it’s actually that she just isn’t having the kind of sex she would like.” What to do: Louise said: “Communicate clearly about what’s going on. It’s amazing just how many people don’t talk about how unhappy they are with their sex lives.” TAKE PRESSURE OFF Mike said: “Porn is so easily accessible now, which is great in some respects, but it can put unrealistic pressures on both genders. Men in particular often feel they have to perform just like porn stars.” Louise said: “With social media, we are comparing our bodies to others all the time. No matter what shape we are, we are always so critical of ourselves because we don’t measure up to someone on Instagram.” What to do: Louise said: “You have to try not to compare yourself to others. Find a way that makes you feel attractive to yourself, whether it’s getting a new haircut or buying new underwear. It’s not down to our partner to make us feel sexy. We can only be attractive to others if we feel attractive in ourselves.” BREAK THE ROUTINE When something is fun then we want to do it again Mike said: “The less you have sex, the less you’ll want to have it. Couples get into that friend zone where there’s no excitement any more. There’s also the Westermarck effect, in which people who live together for a long time without having sex come to view each other in the same way as siblings. The more you feel your sexual energy, the more you want it.” What to do: Louise said: “It’s a bad idea to force yourself to just ‘get on with it’ because that then starts a cycle of not wanting to do it the next time, and resenting yourself and your partner. “Focus your mind on sex, not necessarily having sex as that’s a pressure, but maybe watch or read something erotic, or think about a fantasy. Be creative and have fun because when something is fun then we want to do it again.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS ” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] DON’T STICK TO SAME OLD RECIPE Louise said: “If the only recipe we have for sex is one we’re not excited about, then find a new one. It might be that you always used to have sex before going to sleep at night, but you’re always tired. It might be that you only have a 30-minute window when the children aren’t around but that’s then always a hurry.” What to do: Louise said: “Trying out new things makes us feel more alive and engaged and that makes sexual energy flow. Rewrite the script. Imagine you’re having sex with each other for the first time, and tell each other what feels good or when you want to go slower. Try doing it in a different room, at a different time and in a different position.” [bc_video video_id=”6039293074001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Nicki Minaj strips to a pink bra and raps about sex in new video for Wobble Up”]
21 May 19
The Sun
WHEN TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson revealed she was living in a sexless marriage, it brought the taboo subject out into the open. In an astonishingly honest interview with The Sun, the Swede admitted the last eight years of her marriage, to third husband Brian Monet, involved just one night of passion. Ulrika revealed she only had sex once in the eight years she was married to Brian Monet Ulrika, said: “Just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking I might have to accept I will never have sex again.” But she is far from unique. Here married relationship therapists Mike Lousada and Louise Mazanti PhD, authors of book Real Sex, tell KATE JACKSON why intimacy vanishes and how to get it back. WHEN SEX BECOMES A CHORE Louise said: “One of the biggest reasons for us going off the boil with sex is because we’re always so stressed. We are living such fast-paced lives and so much needs our attention. After a stressful day at work, the last thing we want to do is make love. Then we pile pressure on ourselves because we think we should be having sex, and that then becomes one more thing on our to-do list.” What to do: Mike said: “Start making time to relax. Sex is linked to our nervous system. In order to feel sexual, we need to be relaxed. Whatever works for you, whether it’s going to the gym or doing a crossword, take that time every day.” WHEN CHORES GET IN THE WAY You need to build a positive connection to one another first Mike said: “There’s a classic phrase, ‘Sex doesn’t start in the bedroom, it starts with taking out the rubbish’. It’s those little acts of kindness and working as a team which create a connection. If you’re feeling resentment towards each other, all these things we hide from each other in day-to-day life are likely to be activated during sex when our deepest vulnerabilities show up.” What to do: Louise said: “You need to build a positive connection. We all have conflicts in our relationships, but what you need to do is find the things you appreciate about each other and that can reignite that sexual connection. At the end of each day, lie in bed together without touching, look into each other’s eyes and tell the other person three things you appreciate about them.” IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME Louise said: “A lot of people come to us with what they believe are physical problems, such as a low libido or erectile problems. In many cases, these are not physical, but are symptoms of emotional issues. If we’re not connected, if we don’t trust each other or we are hurting about the past, the sex shuts down.” What to do: Mike said: “It’s all about communication. Find a way to talk about your feelings in a healthy and respectful way. It’s important to address these issues, because those are the obstacles that are getting in the way of a sexual relationship.”  STRIVE FOR QUALITY Communicate about what you like and don’t like in order to get the most out of the experience Louise said: “The problem for most people is the sex they’re having is low quality. What a lot of people in long-term relationships are doing is just perfunctory, and it’s often determined by the man’s agenda and pace. Women often want other things, like more full-body touch or foreplay. A woman often thinks she has lost her libido, but it’s actually that she just isn’t having the kind of sex she would like.” What to do: Louise said: “Communicate clearly about what’s going on. It’s amazing just how many people don’t talk about how unhappy they are with their sex lives.” TAKE PRESSURE OFF Mike said: “Porn is so easily accessible now, which is great in some respects, but it can put unrealistic pressures on both genders. Men in particular often feel they have to perform just like porn stars.” Louise said: “With social media, we are comparing our bodies to others all the time. No matter what shape we are, we are always so critical of ourselves because we don’t measure up to someone on Instagram.” What to do: Louise said: “You have to try not to compare yourself to others. Find a way that makes you feel attractive to yourself, whether it’s getting a new haircut or buying new underwear. It’s not down to our partner to make us feel sexy. We can only be attractive to others if we feel attractive in ourselves.” BREAK THE ROUTINE When something is fun then we want to do it again Mike said: “The less you have sex, the less you’ll want to have it. Couples get into that friend zone where there’s no excitement any more. There’s also the Westermarck effect, in which people who live together for a long time without having sex come to view each other in the same way as siblings. The more you feel your sexual energy, the more you want it.” What to do: Louise said: “It’s a bad idea to force yourself to just ‘get on with it’ because that then starts a cycle of not wanting to do it the next time, and resenting yourself and your partner. “Focus your mind on sex, not necessarily having sex as that’s a pressure, but maybe watch or read something erotic, or think about a fantasy. Be creative and have fun because when something is fun then we want to do it again.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS ” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] DON’T STICK TO SAME OLD RECIPE Louise said: “If the only recipe we have for sex is one we’re not excited about, then find a new one. It might be that you always used to have sex before going to sleep at night, but you’re always tired. It might be that you only have a 30-minute window when the children aren’t around but that’s then always a hurry.” What to do: Louise said: “Trying out new things makes us feel more alive and engaged and that makes sexual energy flow. Rewrite the script. Imagine you’re having sex with each other for the first time, and tell each other what feels good or when you want to go slower. Try doing it in a different room, at a different time and in a different position.” [bc_video video_id=”6039293074001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Nicki Minaj strips to a pink bra and raps about sex in new video for Wobble Up”]
21 May 19
93.1 WZAK

Chris Brown is back on the scene and this time he brought Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy along with him to star in the official music video for their brand new collaboration “Wobble Up.”   According to PulseOfRadio.com, the track marks the third single, following “Back to Love” and “Undecided,” off the 30-year-old singer’s upcoming ninth album, […]

21 May 19
The DINGY💎 DIAMOND


On her debut “Fever,” one of the hottest rising rappers in the game promises to bring the heat.
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21 May 19
Shanazitil Bookmark Story

Nonton How Black Ink Crew’s Kat Tat Blew $150,000 After Going Broke In L.A. | Blew A Bag Sub Indo How Black Ink Crew’s Kat Tat Blew $150,000 After Going Broke In L.A. | Blew A Bag Celebrity Tattoo Artist Kat Tat from Black In Crew: Chicago and Enigma Tattoo Shop describes how she went […]

21 May 19
97.9 The Beat

Follow The Beat On Twitter: The Wobble Up music video has been released to public eyes. Chris Brown + Nicki Minaj + G-Eazy. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! [sailthru_widget fields=”email” sailthru_list=”subscribers”] [ione_facebook_like_box url_segment=979thebeat height=”260”]

21 May 19
Naked Girl Pics

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21 May 19
NCaseUDidntKnow

Rihanna says that she, “doesn’t ever see doing music with Drake again. Definitely not this album.”  Wow! What he did to her she is not forgetting. She doesn’t even wanna make money with the nigga no more?  Damn. Khloe and Kylie ordered to sit down for a deposition regarding Blac Chyna’s lawsuit.  Don’t ask me […]

21 May 19
Life & Style
Are you in desperate need of some fitspo ahead of summertime? No worries! We’ve got you covered. It just so happens that Eminem‘s daughter, Hailie Scott, is a total beast in the gym. The best part? She isn’t afraid to show off the fruits of her labor a.k.a her killer body all over Instagram. Problem is, not every fitness junkie on social media is willing to share their tips and tricks. Thankfully, Hailie isn’t like that. So much so, that the 23-year-old legit uploaded her entire workout routine to the ‘Gram — complete with videos and a step-by-step guide. “Single leg step up to single arm shoulder press: three sets x 12 reps, per side,” Hailie instructed first. Second, she wrote, “Upper hand inverted row: three sets x 15 reps.” Not going to lie, we’re getting tired just reading this. “Barbell cable squats: three sets x 15 reps,” Hailie instructed third. Well, that definitely explains where her ample behind comes from, huh? View this post on Instagram sorry TLC but i’ve been chasing waterfalls 🤷🏼‍♀️ second picture is proof i got in and third is the reality shot once i saw some type of fish in there that looked like baby sharks 😂 A post shared by Hailie Jade (@hailiejade) on Mar 29, 2019 at 3:39pm PDT “Plank on bench with single leg knee tuck/leg extension: three sets x 15 reps, per side,” Hailie’s fourth exercise read, along with “Kneeling plyo push-ups: three sets x 12 reps,” and “Y-T-W dumbbell exercise: three sets x 10 reps,” as her fifth and sixth. As for what Hailie jams out to when she’s getting her sweat on? Well, sadly, it doesn’t seem as though she’s blasting “Lose Yourself.” However, the majority of her playlist is pretty darn great — including “thank u, next” by Ariana Grande, “Sicko Mode” by Travis Scott, “I Like It” by Cardi B, “Good Form” by Nicki Minaj, “Without Me” by Halsey and “Wow” by Post Malone.  Considering her rapper dad, 46, doesn’t have beef with any of those artists, we suspect he approves of her musical and fitness choices! Keep killing it, Hailie. Can’t get enough celebrity content? Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for fun, exclusive videos with your favorite stars!
21 May 19
Ramblings of a gayby

Tearing down other women is something we as a society need to stop, but what happens when a woman stands as a role model for others and she doesn’t use her platform for good? Well, we call them out. If the Kardashians can be called out for promoting unrealistic expectations of women and promoting items […]

21 May 19
Tsholanang Rapoo

Does my womanhood take away my right not to like you?

21 May 19
vibe.ng

Nigerian Vocalist Praiz puts out the official music video to – Hustle ft. Stonebwoy. This lyrically blessed song preaches about the daily struggles of different individuals and the blessings to follow with hustle. It says “Only God knows every little thing we do, one-day e go pay”, so hustle to be free, to be free […]

21 May 19
RockDafuqOut

We have been following LA based production duo for the better part of the last two years or so.  Having reached a certain level of success working behind the scenes producing for artists like Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson, Bruno Mars and more, Greg Ogan and Bradley Allan (Neo Noir) are now focused on building their own […]

21 May 19
vibe.ng

Mavin Records young star, Rema drops the official music video to his hit track – Dumebi, off his debut album. The music video explains the lyrics to the song better, as it portrays Dumebi as a crush Rema couldn’t keep for himself. Enjoy… See More… Download: Chris Brown – Wobble Up ft. Nicki Minaj, G-Eazy (Official […]