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Introducing: Love & Sex Month!

My husband may or may not be super pumped about the theme for this month. 😉 Some people think that finding love and experimenting with sex is pretty much the purpose of our twenties. I don’t necessarily disagree with those people. After all, more than HALF of Americans are married to or living with their partner by age 30. And! couple that with this statistic from my dad (a man happily married for 28 years): Your choice of spouse is the most important decision in your life as it typically determines 90% of your happiness or misery. I’m pretty sure he made that statistic up, but you get the point. It’s a big effing deal.

I think that LOVE should not be delayed until our thirties for a career, and SEX should not be a topic we sweep under the rug. If it contributes to our happiness, it’s worth really thinking about. So put on your big kid pants or some lingerie if you fancy and let’s dive in, shall we?

This month we are going to cover as many love and sex “firsts” as we can in the span of 30 days.

We’ll chat about the wonders and woes of dating.

  • How do I walk the line between constantly exploring new hookups and settling for someone who isn’t my match?

  • How do I keep my priorities straight and not lose my identity during the “honeymoon phase”?

We’ll strive to bring more happiness to our current relationship.

  • What is my “love language”?

  • Am I a nagger? Will my partner be motivated if I let up? What should I let go and what should I bring up?

  • Learn the magical power of love notes.

And of course, we’ll aim to increase the pleasure we are or aren’t feeling in the bedroom.

  • Educate yo’self. Sex is not a one-way street. Let’s get educated on how our bodies work so we can give and receive greater pleasure

  • Exploring fantasies


Disclaimer: It is not my mission to promote promiscuity or pre-marital sex. BUT, I do believe that twentysomethings (age 20 through 29 alike) are adults. All adults deserve to experience sexual pleasure with whomever they feel safe and respected… or disrespected, if that’s what they’re into.

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