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How We Are Taking Care of Our Readers and Artists through Change

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Dear Readers and Artists, As Raymond and I put together this month’s themed issue, we noticed two things: First, the art submitted across all genres is high impact. We have both had to take time and space from each piece due to the continually rising quality of accepted work, as well as the profundity of […]
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How Does Boudoir Help Individuals Embrace Their Sexuality/Sensuality?

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Boudoir (/ˈbuːdwɑːr/; French: [bu.dwaʁ]) is a woman’s private sitting room or salon in a furnished accommodation usually between the dining room and the bedroom, but can also refer to a woman’s private bedroom. (wikipedia) I am a female photographer who offers boudoir photography to (usually but not exclusively) female clients. I market my boudoir photography […]
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Sponsorship Opportunities with The Relationship Blogger

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - The Relationship Blogger has a growing and diverse international readership. We are host to popular podcasts, relevant how-tos as well as deep and meaningful revelatory literary and art pieces which serve to dismantle stigma and explore the intersections of relationships and mental illness. We have accepted a handful of sponsored posts since our March 2017 […]
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Grieving Preconceptions of a “Normal Family”

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Is this really my life? I sometimes find myself asking. On good days, I ask because I can’t believe my luck. For the past few years, I’ve been in a rebuilding phase. I gave birth to my now five-year-old son nearly a whole trimester early, and was simultaneously in a violent relationship with his father, […]
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Editor’s Letter: Violence from the Hands of Those We Love

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Dear Readers, December is a tough month for me. I grew up in toxicity, and while my family has worked hard to change patterns, some negative patterns live on. This leads to distance, sadness, alienation, feelings of loss and grief. Every family has its issues. My therapist recently made a remark about “if your family […]
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reminisce

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - i miss her the way her skin felt against mine the way she’d tease me by kissing my inner thigh the way she’d dance hips swinging begging for the caress of my eyes i miss him rough lips pressed against my tattoo callused fingers rubbing circles up my back and down my spine stuffed full […]
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Why an Affair Isn’t Always About Sex

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - The BBC Drama Dr Foster has catapulted affairs back to the top of the editor’s pile and coffee shop conversation.  If you’ve not managed to catch it yet then the basic premise is man has affair, splits from wife, sets up home/has baby with affair girl, has sex with ex wife again, new partner leaves […]
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Your Sleepy Sex Life

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - If you’re anything like me, you struggle to get a decent night of sleep and regardless of your parental status you have always struggled to get a decent night of sleep. You see all these magical solutions, and some of them aren’t half bad (like this one from the Huffington Post. Just make sure you […]
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Orange

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - In that orange afternoon I first saw you breathed you at that moment I knew you are the woman after the sleepless nights the scent of you made me love life again, remove those naked shadows on wall, paint them for once with happiness. I remember your silent footsteps, your lips on my sun burnt […]
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Althea Answers Polyquizzically: Is It Possible to Love Without Limit?

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Dear Althea, I’m a novice at the poly life and wonder what you can tell me about the hellos and hazards of loving without limit. What I mean to ask is, do poly folks actually love without limit? Is being poly about being promiscuous, or is it about long-lasting relationships with multiple partners at the […]
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How Drugs and Alcohol Affect Your Sex Life

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Your physical and mental health, but they don’t have to rule your life. Changing your lifestyle is the key to improving all health issues, this is particularly important to male sexual health. All addictions can negatively impact the sex life of men. Drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, recreational drug use and taking prescription medications hinder male […]
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4 Simple Steps to End An Argument

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https://therelationshipblogger.com - Conflict is inevitable in any relationship. It can be healthy and bring you closer together or it can be destructive and push you apart. Often the only difference is in how you handle it. Most of the time, arguments arise because one or both parties feels threatened. A perceived threat can be to our sense […]
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