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So, what is it that those couples who still act like horny teenagers No matter how busy their days may be, couples who have great sex make it a habit to prioritize spending time together — even if that means sneaking away for 10 minutes to talk, cuddle, touch, or do the deed."Highly intimate couples consciously set regular, intentional time to be intimate together, whether it is specifically sexual or not," says Diana Daffner, an intimacy expert who leads workshops called Intimacy Retreats with her husband of 31 years, Richard.The couple wrote a book called Of course, there will be days when you are unable to have sex or simply aren't feeling it.I was still in my early green days then, doing videotape for the afternoon and evening cut-ins. It reminded me of a bunch of schoolkids furtively attempting to share a hilarious passed note but not wanting to get caught by the teacher. Immediately.”The Smoking Gun is a website that posts government documents, lawsuits, mug shots—anything in the public record that might be entertaining.
Unfortunately, complacency can creep into even the most loving of situations and can turn amour into resentment far more easily than may be believed.
There are many things you can do to help prevent such complacency from occurring in the first place: keeping the romance alive through all means necessary.
” I asked Barry, a cut-in writer I was friendly with who was occupying the desk next to mine. (My favorite: macho conserva-rocker Ted Nugent’s 2002 request for tropical-fruit-flavored Slim-Fast in his dressing room.)But a secretly effete rock star’s beverage preference was not the topic du jour at TSG that day. The story went like this: An associate producer named Andrea Mackris had accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment and asked for sixty million dollars from him and Fox to keep quiet about it.
He was, I noticed, also reading the orange website as intently as the rest of the newsroom. (The sixty-million-dollar figure was the amount of revenue Mackris and her lawyers estimated “The Factor” brought in for Fox each year.) O’Reilly and the network reportedly negotiated quietly at first but then balked, and sued Mackris for extortion.
She countersued for harassment, and filed a salacious twenty-two-page lawsuit that The Smoking Gun posted, and that two-thirds of the employees in the newsroom currently had their noses buried in.“This is some pretty racy shit,” Barry said. I’ll spare you most of the horrific details since I’m not a sadist (and since this is 2013 and you all have access to Google if you want to see the damn thing for yourselves), but the gist of it is: Mackris claimed that, over the course of several dinners and phone calls, Bill repeatedly made suggestive remarks, tried to convince her to buy herself sex toys, and on at least three occasions called her while he was pleasuring himself.