Learning to Communicate Sexual Desire

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The quest for sexual fulfillment in a relationship begins by learning to communicate sexual desire. Pleasure Mechanics breaks down the process

Paternal Pauses: The Paradox of Parenting

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If we could really count the cost of parenting before we became parents, would we still make that decision? Brian Reinholz would.

Simulated Assault: My Life as a Self-Defense Instructor

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Meron Langsner plays the perpetrator in reversals of attempted assault.

Simulated Assault: My Life as a Self-Defense Instructor

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Meron Langsner plays the perpetrator in reversals of attempted assault.

The Art and Science of Coaching

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Ken Goldstein talks about the dynamics of business coaching, and offers three specific tips.

Ten Things I’ve Learned From Crashing at Somebody’s House

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If you stay with somebody, be respectful. Say thank you and mean it. They’re doing you a favour.

Gaming: First Skyrim Expansion Pack Announced [@akilshohen]

New vistas to explore in the popular console game are sure to delight its legions of fans.

“How do they do that with the lights, crew, cameras, assorted hanger-on’s around”

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This comment is from Merke on the post “Stars Get Intimate About Shooting Sex Scenes.”

Gender Bender: My Day as a Woman

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“If you wake up at a different time, in a different place, could you wake up as a different person?” — Tyler Durden, Fight Club

What if You Woke Up and You Were a Teenage Girl?

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You’ve received gratis what everyone wants: a second chance at a first start. But why hasn’t Clay returned your text?

Games: The High Art of Thievery in Skyrim … For Amateurs

Tired of getting bounties put on your head? We’re here to help you master larceny in no time at all.

Letting Grandma Cut Loose-Roll Playing Games for the Kindergarten Set

TweetPlay as a powerful collaborative learning tool ……….. Play is a way to help children and parents be receptive to growth and learning across a range of parenting challenges/opportunities. In many cases, play can give you the outcome you are seeking with the full cooperation of your child. It’s just a question of trusting your […]

Ten things I’ve learned from role-playing games

TweetNote: my knowledge only extends to AD&D, and while I dabbled in university, I really only played consistently up until I was about 14 or 15. Interestingly, I also wore sweatpants to school up until I was about 14 or 15. Coincidence? Once you roll for your statistics, your character classes are limited by how […]