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Between killing spontaneity, playing favourites, and ruining the mood with room-clearing farts, pets can be a real boner-killer. We all know that adopting a pet comes with a lot of responsibility, but few people consider the effects that a furry friend can have on one’s sex life. Here’s how to deal with some of the most common complaints.
Ever been in a relationship where it seemed like you were on completely different pages about sex? Maybe they’re constantly nervous, turning you down or complaining it isn’t steamy enough. Everyone has a different type of sex drive, and figuring out your partner’s type will make your life a whole lot easier — and your sex a whole lot better.
I once showed up to a party alone, before any of my friends arrived. Instead of mingling, I hid in the bathroom to kill time and avoid talking to strangers. Embarrassing but true. For a shy person, social interaction can be a stomach-churning, anxiety-filled experience. It was for me, but I was able to get it under control with some work and become comfortable talking to strangers.
As you attempt to craft the ideal online dating profile, you might want to think twice about using a picture that makes you look exceptionally good. A little maths explains why having a so-so profile photo can actually increase your likelihood of meeting someone.