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The changing face of sexual norms


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Changing face of sexual normsThose were the days when love, romance and innocence were all part of one treasured package. Eager to explore the mystery of sex but too petrified about the outcome, you remained what you were meant to remain – a virgin till marriage happened. I’m speaking about life in the 60s through the mid 70s.

Like most girls of my age (I was 19 then), I had an ideal – to relate closely with a man emotionally first and only then physically. Given the potent attraction that the opposite sex held for us, one never forgot that sex was trouble and female sexuality, dangerous. If you were smart, you necked, you kissed and allowed his hands to probe a bit, but you held on tenaciously to the most important thing in your life as a woman – your virginity!

In the circles that I moved in, there were however, some couples who went beyond the prescribed limits of ‘decency’. But even for them, sex had to have an emotional resonance. Hardly ever did a woman relinquish her virginity with ease. And if you had indulged in premarital sex and people got to know about it, it most certainly put you beyond the pale.

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How fear of intimacy can be overcome?


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Fear of IntimacyFear of intimacy blocks real love

Ideally, husbands and wives are best friends as well as lovers — sharing dreams, interests, fears, and hopes. But according to Stacey Oliker, a sociologist and marriage expert, obstacles such as a fear of intimacy can mean that only a small minority of couples experience genuine closeness.

He claims that marriage partners often seek to fill this gap by being more intimate with close friends than they are with their mates. Does this mean married people shouldn’t have close friends? Absolutely not. But it does mean that rather than fearing intimacy, we need to take special care to cultivate intimacy within our marriages.

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Choosing the right wedding planner is a matter of the heart


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Wedding PlannerHopefully getting married is the event of the century for you. You have hoped, planned, and waited for your special day to arrive. Maybe you’ve had time to accumulate dreams of beautiful decorations or ice sculptures.

Perhaps your dream day involves exotic foods and themes from distant lands. Whatever your hopes and aspirations include, choosing the right wedding planner can make all the difference. This is your day (and your honey’s) to shine like you never have before!

Searching for the Right Wedding Planner

When you have a head filled with wedding dreams it’s best to hire a professional whose very life is based on weddings. You want to be free to enjoy your day when it arrives. Searching for the right wedding planner is a crucial piece of the puzzle that can land the rest of the pieces directly into place. When you interview wedding planners it is a decisions of the heart.

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What Men Want


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BridegroomA humorous look at the predicament of the altar-bound groom.

You’re about to marry the man of your dreams and life should be perfect, but it’s NOT! What has happened to that kind, thoughtful guy you fell in love with? He seems withdrawn, uncooperative and a bit grumpy. What’s going on here?

Let’s go back to the beginning. When you two decided to get married did he ask you to be his wife or did he say, “I want you to dress up in a big, white gown and dance with me in front of 200 people!?” When you discussed marriage, was he thinking of a home with little munchkins playing in the yard and the tantalizing aroma of dinner cooking in the kitchen? And what were you thinking? Is it possible that he was thinking home and family and you were thinking, “I get to be a bride!”

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Hey i had this crazy dream…


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DreamsIf you dream of seeing (or ‘yuk’ being covered in) a whole lot of, ‘er’ faeces, better celebrate when you wake up. Chances are you are in for some kind of a windfall, and there is a good amount of material gain in store for you!!

Sounds crazy! Just try checking out your dreams in future, and you will be amazed at how clearly prophetic they can be, and not just that. Very often your dreams warn or guide you out of trouble, give you sound advice, or make evident something you have been hiding from. You don’t have to be a Ph.D in anything to interpret your dreams. Just be aware of a few things, buy yourself a book and learn to interpret. It could really change your life.

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