Get over your shyness by learning how to please yourself, loving and accepting your own body, taking full responsibility for your pleasure and orgasm.
This week marks the biggest online dating week of the year (combined with the biggest divorce week of the year).
There’s currently a 7-day free trial to communicate with matches for free until 1 January.
Facebook should not be a secretive escape from your relationship. Befriend someone of the opposite sex your partner is uncomfortable with.
If your partner is uncomfortable with you “liking” photos of your ex — or chatting with your super-flirty co-worker online — respect his/her wishes. Don’t share photos of your new man “just waking up.” Keep it classy. Even if you’re married, the whole “2 become 1” thing does not apply to Facebook.
Now that you’re in a happy, healthy relationship, there are some Facebook rules that need following to ensure it stays that way.
10 things to never do on Facebook if you are in a relationship: 1. If you don’t want your partner seeing who you’re chatting with online, that’s not a good sign.