Reality Check: Women Want Sex As Much As Love!

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What do you really want, love or sex? This has been a frequent question for anyone in a relationship. More often than not, men would admit that sex is what they want. Similarly, women believe that this is true. However, women always prefer love rather than sex. Women and men are naturally designed for a certain single purpose, which is to procreate. Thus, procreation has become an oversimplification of an extremely complex personal interest which is sex.

Without a doubt, most men enter into a relationship for the sake of having an active sexual life. And it would not be surprising that men admit this fact. Women, on the other hand, often say that they want partners who would simply love them back. But in any relationships, sex is a big factor in order to keep each other. Only conformists and conventional beliefs disagree with such reality.

Nowadays, women are much interested in sex as men do. Behaviorally speaking, women wanting for love are natural. The same is true with sex. Equally, men and women species are designed by nature, thus sex is considered as a primary need for each one; although many conservative individuals or groups may oppose this factual point. But the reality is that women these days are sexually active, be they married or not.

Though some women wanting for love rarely admit that they also want sex, with sufficient love from their partners, it always boils down to getting satisfactory sex. It is very obvious in today’s lifestyles that men and women keep each other because they’re individually good in bed. Nevertheless, they stay in a certain relationship with partners who are adventurous and sexually active as well.

At the moment, a lot of women frequently look for partners with the purpose of having regular and satisfactory sexual partners. Of course, men could hardly resist such temptation from women wanting for earthly desires. However, most of these cases fail; instead they decide to start a commitment, and eventually fall in love with each other. In fact, a lot of women are concrete examples of this very usual scenario.

For pregnant women, it has been a common fear that their partners might resort to other women for sex because they are incapable of mating during their pregnancy. In most cases, men with pregnant partners really look for temporary sex buddies in order to satisfy their manly desires. While for women, pregnancy is such a difficult time for them along with physical and sexual sacrifices. With this fact, women must admit that nine months of not having sex is a great distress. Moreover, women encounter post natal stage which further prolongs the agony of not having sex even though they’ve given birth by now.

So, what do women actually want in their relationships? Essentially, women wanting for love simply mean women wanting for sex. Love and sex are inseparable factors that significantly contribute to fruitful, meaningful, and long-lasting relationships. Hence, any relationship with adequate love between spouses signifies adequate sexual correlation.

How big of a role do genes play in weight?

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In combination with my blog “Discrimination” I have another question. So a lot of people commented on how they struggle with there weight and try to work out etc. but that it doesn’t work. So my question is how big of a role do genetics truly play in weight? Just because you are pre disposed to be overweight does that mean that you are going to be? I don’t think so but I also have “good genes” because I have a naturally in shape family. My mother weighs around 100 pounds (No she is not anorexic just petite) and I’m at 120.

Yes, it does. I talked to my doctor and asked him. He says that genetics plays a very big role in whether or not you can easily lose weight. Some people can eat whatever and how much they want and not gain an ounce. Some just look at food and gain. I come from a family who has always had to struggle with weight, especially with AGE. The older the women in my family got, the harder it was to control the weight. I would have to eat like a bird for the rest of my life to keep the weight off. I do work out, but I won’t give up foods I like just to look good for people who wouldn’t appreciate it anyway. I feel people should try to lose if they can, and work out, but if they are unable to, then they shouldn’t beat themselves up about it. I sure don’t anymore.

I do think genetics have a role but that does not also mean that people cant fight it with exercise and eating right. You should watch these kinds of programs genes can play a role in EVERYTHING from weight to being a deranged serial killer. IT’S TRUE! People who have came from loving,caring families (not always ones that are train-wrecks)end up murderers and scientists can’t figure out why so they chalk it up to genes. so Yeah, it is possible.

 

Unlock The Mystery of Green Tea!

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I like to think of myself as a health freak.  Yes, I can tell you how many calories are in a tall, sugar free, nonfat vanilla latte from Starbucks….90 for those keeping score at home.  There’s one mystery though that still baffles me.  What is the deal with green tea?  I have read so many stories on the Internet and seen infomercials of people saying they’ve lost weight drinking TONS of green tea.  I tried experimenting with green tea about a month ago.  I drank about 3 cups each day and saw zero change in my waistline.  If anything, drinking the stuff makes me more wired than my normal cup of coffee from Starbucks!  Has anyone used any green tea products that they would stand by and say it helped them lose weight??

Some tips here:

There are numerous functions of green tea 1 the antioxidents wich would not be visual but the cantonese drink it when they are eating a high fat meal so as to absorb less of the fat and have it pass through in your stool.

Green Tea helped me to lose 17lbs in 12 weeks, of course I was on a diet and I exercised 4-5 times a week. The only problem I had with it was the sweating and going to the bathroom all of the time, but that is the detox part of it. I replaced my morning coffee with it, although it doesn’t give me that caffeine fix. I also brewed and prepared it like “Ice Tea” and drank it in place of sodas and also drank plenty of water, all I can say is that it worked for me.

A few weeks ago while awaiting my prescriptions at the pharmacy , I started to look at the shelves containing what seemed like 200 different packages of weight loss pills. When the pharmacist called my name I asked what would be something safe for weight loss that would be O.K. with my current medications.

NOTE: I take strong meds for a few mental issues.

He said simply,” something with green tea, and natural ingredients” Not all these unprouncable never heard of “miracle ingredients”

So, I have yet to try anything yet. but i plan on starting something with green tea. I will let ya know if it does anything.

Heal with a Carrot Top

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Carrot drinks are a known dietary aid that can help improve our health in a number of ways but did you know that the carrot tops are beneficial too? Carrots are high in carotene which converts to vitamin A in the human body which is helpful for maintaining good eyesight and as an antioxidant to fight off free radical damage for better health. Carrots are yet another food that also has uses as a medicinal herb. Carrot tops, the bushy green parts have healing uses too. The carrot and its top have antiseptic, diuretic and stimulating properties that can help rid the body of toxins and help stimulate it to heal. It is easy to use the antiseptic action of the Carrot to fight germs in the mouth and throat by using the tops for a tea that is used as a mouthwash and gargle. This can be done as a sun tea, place a handful or two of fresh carrot tops in a gallon jar, cover with water and let brew in direct sunlight for a hour or so. Sweeten if needed and store in the refrigerator. Carrot soup can be helpful for curing diarrhea and regulating the digestive system.

Hurricane Katrina Relief

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Today, and over this past week, our bloggers have been writing about the effects of Hurricane Katrina here in the US. We also have a few bloggers who have been driven from their homes, their jobs, and their schools by the flooding created by Katrina. Jason talks on his blog about what we are doing here at WIN. A growing number of businesses and organizations are contributing money, supplies, and person-power to this relief effort.

Give.org cautions us to give wisely, and to make sure that we investigate the agency to whom we are making our contributions. Which organization is your most trusted for donations like this?

UPDATE: Brian Alvey passes on this Katrina phishing scam warning from the Washington Post, and a FEMA information site for Hurricane Katrina.

1. I’d say the Red Cross [redcross.org] but even they take their little cut [why? i’d love to know]

apparently according to their website, $11,165,000 donated by 77,000 donors

2. hi lee… yes, i also noticed on the give.org site that for the fiscal year ending june 2004 the red cross claims that 91.1% of all contributions went to actual programs.

How to differentiate a bad cayenne pepper powder from a good one

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Who would say an ingredient such as cayenne pepper that adds spice to Mexican, Spanish, and Asian dishes was going to be considered a remarkable herb for its medicinal benefits. Today it is found in various forms; an ointment for external uses and powder and capsules to take orally for internal body benefits.

The pepper is found to heal various external and internal diseases and pains. To start off, it cures stiff muscles, relieves pain associated with all kinds of skin rashes even shingles, breast cancer, hypertension, heart problems, and many, many more diseases.

Just a word of caution; although it is a remarkable product with amazing medical benefits to it, it does not replace medical help or medical treatment. If you are sick or injured you need medical attention and must see your doctor at once to get treated and do not depend on cayenne pepper alone. Everything that was created on this planet has a good and a bad side to it and no one can live a healthy life eating or drinking only one particular product; you must have a combination of everything to live a balanced healthy life.

Today you will read about the benefits of cayenne pepper and tomorrow about another product, so does that mean you forget it and hold on to this new found medicinal benefit. No you do not because you need to consume everything to stay healthy. This fact of life is common sense.

So how can we find out which cayenne pepper diet is good and which is not. First off, you would need to check for a cayenne pepper that has minimum of 30,000 to 50,000 scoville heat units. It is not the hottest pepper on this planet, so at first if you are not used to spices particularly peppers then you are going to feel as if you ate the hottest pepper on this planet but do not worry it is not and gradually you will get used to it. Next the color of the pepper should also help you distinguish which is good or bad. If it looks dark red then it is not of good quality.

It is always advisable to buy it from herbal or health food stores as they sell only fresh products with medicinal benefits. To help you better look for products that are GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) compliant. GMP is implemented by FDA (Food and Drug Administration).

Essential Life and Time Management Tools

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Source: By MARK MOYES

Use tools to help you set, organize, and execute on all the deadlines you set for yourself, whether they’re personal or work-related.

“The wisest mind has something yet to learn,” said poet and philosopher George Santayana. So why not take the fact that you’re sending the kids off to school as inspiration for you to tackle new projects and learn new things? The tools will help you set, organize, and execute on all the deadlines you set for yourself, whether they’re personal or work-related.

Essential Time Management Tools

LifeHacker.com
LifeHacker.com launched in 2005 with the goal of sharing tips, tricks and downloads to make everyday life more efficient. Posts cover a wide gamut of everyday life topics, from “Peak Performance Times for Morning People and Night Owls”, to “Cool Down a Scorching Car as Quickly as Possible”, to “How to Send Back Restaurant Food”, to more geeky stuff like “Get Google Gears Up and Running in Firefox 3.5”. And more. Oh, so much more.

HTC Dream
Sitting somewhere squarely between the iPhone’s entertainment-device feel and a Blackberry’s enterprising-executive aesthetic is the HTC Dream, one of the first phones in Canada to use Google’s new mobile phone operating system.

The HTC Dream has a touch screen and a full Qwerty keyboard: Just pop the screen up and writing emails, text messages or filling out web forms is a snap. But it’s the little things that make it a winner. For Gmail users, all your contacts are automatically imported; fill in a contact’s phone number, and you’ll see it’s been automatically updated in Gmail next time you log in.

There’s also seemless integration with Google Calendar and search. On the downside, there are nowhere near as many games as there are on the iPhone-which will probably make you more productive. $99 with a 3-year contract from Rogers.

Things
Computer-based to-do lists may be the last straw for luddites-do we really need a computer to check off items?-but there’s been an explosion of online and desktop versions in the past few years, and for good reason. The digital versions can send you email reminders, sort items by date, tags and projects, and can be taken with you anywhere your mobile device. Mac users and iPhone owners should try the simple and elegant Things. If you’re on a PC or prefer an online tool, set up an account on RememberTheMilk.com , then integrate it with Google Calendar for a flexible time-specific task manager.

EA Sports Active
If you’re one of the people who made Wii Fit one of the best-selling videogames of 2008, you know that it can be a good at-home fitness scheduler. But chances are, your workouts lagged after a few months because you found it repetitive, or not challenging enough.

Never fear: The experts have been ga-ga over EA Sports Active’s full-featured and effective workout routines. The 30-day challenge puts you through 20 customized workouts; you can also select pre-programmed sessions or create your own. The scheduler keeps track of your progress – and your diet, if you choose.

Supercook.com
Sometimes you’ve got your time so perfectly managed that you forget to get groceries. No problem. Enter the ingredients that you have, and Supercook.com will scour the web for recipes using just those things. If there are tempting dishes that take only one or two more ingredients, it will list those too, highlighting the things you’ll need to pick up. You can also exclude ingredients, and specify whether you’re looking for a starter, an entrée or a desert.

LifeHacker.com

LifeHacker.com launched in 2005 with the goal of sharing tips, tricks and downloads to make everyday life more efficient. Posts cover a wide gamut of everyday life topics, from “Peak Performance Times for Morning People and Night Owls”, to “Cool Down a Scorching Car as Quickly as Possible”, to “How to Send Back Restaurant Food”, to more geeky stuff like “Get Google Gears Up and Running in Firefox 3.5”. And more. Oh, so much more.

HTC Dream

Sitting somewhere squarely between the iPhone’s entertainment-device feel and a Blackberry’s enterprising-executive aesthetic is the HTC Dream, one of the first phones in Canada to use Google’s new mobile phone operating system.

The HTC Dream has a touch screen and a full Qwerty keyboard: Just pop the screen up and writing emails, text messages or filling out web forms is a snap. But it’s the little things that make it a winner. For Gmail users, all your contacts are automatically imported; fill in a contact’s phone number, and you’ll see it’s been automatically updated in Gmail next time you log in.

There’s also seemless integration with Google Calendar and search. On the downside, there are nowhere near as many games as there are on the iPhone—which will probably make you more productive. $99 with a 3-year contract from Rogers.

Things

Computer-based to-do lists may be the last straw for luddites—do we really need a computer to check off items?—but there’s been an explosion of online and desktop versions in the past few years, and for good reason. The digital versions can send you email reminders, sort items by date, tags and projects, and can be taken with you anywhere your mobile device. Mac users and iPhone owners should try the simple and elegant Things. If you’re on a PC or prefer an online tool, set up an account on
RememberTheMilk.com
, then integrate it with Google Calendar for a flexible time-specific task manager.

EA Sports Active

If you’re one of the people who made Wii Fit one of the best-selling videogames of 2008, you know that it can be a good at-home fitness scheduler. But chances are, your workouts lagged after a few months because you found it repetitive, or not challenging enough.

Never fear: The experts have been ga-ga over EA Sports Active’s full-featured and effective workout routines. The 30-day challenge puts you through 20 customized workouts; you can also select pre-programmed sessions or create your own. The scheduler keeps track of your progress – and your diet, if you choose.

Supercook.com

Sometimes you’ve got your time so perfectly managed that you forget to get groceries. No problem. Enter the ingredients that you have, and Supercook.com will scour the web for recipes using just those things. If there are tempting dishes that take only one or two more ingredients, it will list those too, highlighting the things you’ll need to pick up. You can also exclude ingredients, and specify whether you’re looking for a starter, an entrée or a desert.

Blogging Block Broken?

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Don’t know if I’d actually call it a ‘block’ that has been responsible for my lack of posting both here and on The Social Software Weblog (where Barb Dybwad has been doing an amazing job of filling in!) But, last night I wrote my first two posts in well over a month and they are up on Slashfood – Grilled Cheese and Asparagus, and Grilled Cheese and Roasted Veggies. I actually had the opportunity to take the whole weekend ‘off’ and had a great time making grilled cheese creations with my sister Lucy, her husband Dave, and my friend Salem.

I’ve been busier than ever these past few months with 120 WIN bloggers. But, it’s an excellent and tremendously fun busy. And, it’s not just the massive quantity of bloggers, along with the avalanche of posts that they produce, that has been keeping me busy either. (Although there certainly is a ton to be done when working with a team of about 120 independently contracted writers!)

Since there is nothing rigid about the deals we make with our bloggers here at WIN – end of month activities are insanely detailed and last for about a week! But fun is key, as our WIN bloggers are team players one and all. Our model of having anywhere from 3 to 20 bloggers posting on any given blog wouldn’t really work without the full cooperation of our ‘team’ spirited writers.

I love our bloggers! At least four of our current contributors — Todd Carter, Brad Hill, Jan Kabili, and C.K. Sample — are closing book deals, finishing up on their first, seventh, or twentieth new book, while working on their PhDs, writing for high profile industry and trade publications – magazines, newspapers, etc. These four bloggers, and over 100 more, give us a most impressive assembly of gifted communicators — now spanning the entire planet, from a geographical perspective, with bloggers in the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, China, Japan, South America, etc. And this is just a small sampling of our group of fine, talented writers blogging away here on WIN.

My intention is to endeavor to start blogging more regularly here on The Judith Meskill Weblog. I will continue to tell you about the openings we have for new bloggers. Actually, we have quite a few spots right now. If you respond, or have responded in the past, to any of our calls for bloggers, please know this:

We thank you so much for thinking of us! If you submitted sample posts, we are reviewing them right now (or reviewed them when you submitted them) and, if we think you are a good fit for one of our weblogs, we will be contacting you shortly. If your blogging style and topics do not match up with one of our current or soon-to-be-launched blogging opportunities, we will keep your sample posts on file but, you will only hear back from us if we believe that you are a match for one of our open blogging opportunities. If you did not submit the three requested sample posts with your contact information, then please do go ahead and submit them, as your request to be reviewed for a blogging contract with WIN will not be considered without them.

Please know that we receive thousands of requests to blog with us, and understand that it is often not feasible to respond to each and every request in either a personal or timely manner. Thank you again for thinking of us and happy blogging trails!

Off to Corpus

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We are getting ready to drive down to Corpus Christi for the weekend. My father, Gene Van Cleave, is being inducted into the CC Ray High School Hall of Fame. He coached there from 1956 to 1968 as an assistant. It is a very nice honor for him and our family. Tait’s middle name is “Van” which is what everyone called my Dad. It should be a great weekend, hopefully we get to the beach at some point. We are praying for a UT victory as well, my Dad and my husband both went to school there (and we all know how guppy JE can get if they lose!). So in closing I have to say…”Beat OU!!” Love you Dad/Grandpa Van! Congrats!

It is a beautiful Friday in San Antonio. I took a friends advice and took a day off from school. It is getting more and more difficult to get there and make it through the day. i really feel like my students are beginning to suffer as a result. So i am taking the weekend to think about what i may do here in the near future. I did do the ultimate “Mom thing” this morning. I took Tait to school complete in robe and “bed head.” (please keep in mind that i have been up since about 3:30 am! we are talking major Halloween scare!) i enjoyed a supreme sunrise on the ride home. I am heading into the doctors office for some iv antibiotics then home to pack for the trip this weekend. My Dad, a long time High School football coach, is being added to a local hall of fame. I am very proud. Though he has been gone quite a long time, i know that he had a profound influence on who i am and the fact that i became a coach and educator. This celebration will hopefully keep my mind off the thoughts of my gamma knife procedure that will occur on Monday. We will give it a try anyway.

Pooping Blood

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We all love to be healthy throughout our lifetime. To achieve it, we do follow lots of methods and mechanisms. Pooping blood is a very common problem for lots of people, and they are looking for various methods to recover from this situation.

If you see poop blood for the first time, it may be due to some sort of a small issue. However, if you see bloody poop regularly or very often, you shouldn’t consider it as a normal thing or nothing serious. Since you can’t see the internal damages of your stomachache it is always better to visit your medical practitioner to get the best assistance with regard to the issue.

Generally, the poop with blood can happen due to wounds of your internal veins and other connected organs. Therefore, if you don’t consider about the matter seriously, it can make a huge disaster for your health status, and you will have to face with lots of consequences accordingly. So, am sure you will not like to make the situation much worse than currently it is.

Additionally, it is always better to attend to your medical practitioner at the first discovery of such condition, and you will be able to get the satisfactory results on the process. Furthermore, it won’t be much difficult to control and recover from the situation if you receive medical attention at the very beginning of the situation. So you will get the opportunity to live a normal life as other folks in the society.

However, if you just ignore these kinds of symptoms without considering much about them, it can spread inside your body, and you may have to seek more medical attention in order to keep your body fitness.

Furthermore, you must be extra careful if you get pooping blood with brown or black color. In any case, if you get such discolored blood with your poop, you need to be hurry to visit your doctor as there should be something serious inside your stomach. Furthermore, you must know that the blood is not fresh and there can be much more blood inside your stomach in dried condition. Therefore, you should follow immediate medical guidelines and give your support to remove those blocked blood under medical supervision.

Anyway, you need to get these works done through a recommended and a reputed medical practitioner who has the similar capacity of experiences. If the medical practitioner doesn’t carry such experiences, then you will not be able to get the quickest results for your ailment, and you might have to come across with various difficult consequences. Therefore, it is always better to get assistance from the professionals in the industry rather going for mysterious methods and mechanisms, which are familiar in the community. So you will be able to get the best satisfactory results in a very short period of time. However, you must keep in mind to use the medical treatments as they have recommended until they confirm you to stop using them. So you will be able to live a normal life accordingly.

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