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Can Alcohol Make Dating More Difficult?

Can Alcohol Make Dating More Difficult?

If you’re a single man, you’ve probably gone to bars or night clubs. You’ve probably checked out the women there, too. Maybe you were nervous and had a few drinks to work up the courage to mingle.

You may even have thought that one particular woman seemed interested in you. When you approached her and introduced yourself, she may have rejected you.

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Do Artists Understand the Psychology of Sex?

Do Artists Understand the Psychology of Sex?

People often wonder what attracts the opposite sex. According to scientists, the answer is art. The study, Status and Mating Success Amongst Visual Artists, illustrates that point by showing that successful artists have more mates.

“There is some evidence from mate preference studies that creativity is desired in a potential mate,” say the authors of the study. The authors, three scientists from the UK, tried to prove this hypothesis by collecting information from 236 visual artists.

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ADHD and Marriage

ADHD and Marriage

ADHD is usually associated with children; it wasn’t until recently that focus has been brought to adults who suffer from ADHD. Symptoms of adult ADHD can include lack of focus, difficulty completing tasks, poor listening skills, and overlooking details. Many adults go through life with ADHD and never get diagnosed; these adults must face many of the same troubles as children. However, they must deal with different pressures. One of these new pressures is ADHD and its effect on a marriage. This may sound strange to some, but ADHD could be the root cause of many martial problems.

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Fighting Libido Lows in Men

Fighting Libido Lows in Men

While it may be somewhat common for a woman’s libido to be lacking from time to time due to hormonal changes in the body, they may not know what to think when their partner says their “not in the mood”. For some men their libido remains strong well into their 70’s and 80’s. But when certain life situations arise, such as problems at work, stressful home life, preoccupation with finances or even a medical condition all bets are off.

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Stamping Out Gender Differences: Women Hit Harder with Adult ADHD

Stamping Out Gender Differences: Women Hit Harder with Adult ADHD

Although male children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) display more signs of impulsive behavior versus their female peers, in adulthood, the roles appear to reverse. Adult women with ADHD were found to have high levels of emotional symptoms in combination with cognitive problems associated with ADHD including depression, limited anger management, excessive tension, and over-reacting to normal stressors.

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Trouble Between the Sheets: When ADD/ADHD Interferes with Intimacy

Trouble Between the Sheets: When ADD/ADHD Interferes with Intimacy

While all relationships require effort to overcome challenges, sometimes barriers to effective communication are beyond a willing partner’s control. In cases of relationships with a person with ADD/ADHD, both parties need to exercise even more patience, tolerance and effort to maintain a healthy bond.

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Dodging Divorce: Top Tips for a Happy Marriage

Dodging Divorce: Top Tips for a Happy Marriage

When it comes to marriage, all couples want to be happily wed. However, as the years progress, sometimes it’s hard to remember all the things that made you fall in love with that person in the first place. With an ever-increasing divorce rate, there are simple ways to keep your marriage strong.

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Is Your Partner Causing Your Sleep Problems?

Is Your Partner Causing Your Sleep Problems?

If you’re one of many people who has difficulty sleeping, do you find that you sleep even worse with a partner beside you? From snoring to annoying habits, find out how to work through some of the most common problems that may be interfering with you and restful slumber!

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How I learned to say “no” and not feel guilty

How I learned to say “no” and not feel guilty

A couple months ago, I started wondering why saying “yes” felt so right and saying “no” left me feeling so guilty. After reading a particularly poignant article, I realized I had a disease. Yes, that’s right; I had a “disease to please”. I would continually strive to do more and more for people, even when their interests got in the way of mine. Although this was always my choice, I would walk away feeling disappointed and irritable.

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Natural Libido Boosters: Better Sex & Better Relationships

Natural Libido Boosters: Better Sex & Better Relationships

While there are many factors important to the success or failure of a relationship, the ability to communicate with each other is one that stands out head and shoulders above the rest. And it’s commonly known that sex is one of the top topics couples argue about. Despite the difficulties that they experience, couples who can communicate clearly with each other have a much better chance of overcoming problems and staying together.

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