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I admitted that my fairly new podcast could have easily gotten lost among the noise of life. It’s a podcast in which four marriage and sex bloggers — me, Bonny Burns of Oyster Bed7, Gaye Christmus of Calm. Sexy., and Chris Taylor of The Forgiven Wife — sit around a virtual kitchen table and discuss various topics.So I wanted to make it easy for y’all, in case you haven’t listened yet. You’ll see the span of stuff we’ve covered so far below.Because this is the header on my Facebook page: Then I thought about how often I scan stuff or don’t recall what I’ve seen.Not to mention that I’ve heard about a gazillion times that people need to see something repeatedly to remember it.And tomorrow, look for a new episode with more Guy Talk.
Any contact with the person becomes as potent as a drug addiction. You become friends with the sexy co-worker and decide to carpool to work together. You're married, or engaged, or you're in a committed relationship. All those tingly feelings and the fantasies that perhaps a "perfect love" can really exist isn't destiny knocking -- they're caused by "love chemicals" in your brain.You become "friends" with an ex on Facebook and reminisce about the past. You spend hours thinking about them and your heart races whenever you see a text from them. You tell yourself it's ok because you're not really cheating, you're just chatting. Biochemical research has shown that the effect of these love chemicals is twofold: they are released in response to your friend, and they bond you to him or her. Friendship becomes emotional sex when the feel-good brain chemicals and hormones that are released when even thinking about that person take over. But you are having emotional sex, and that can be even more intense, sensual and all-consuming than physical sex. Emotional sex is a friendship that escalates into something that feels the same as romantic love and can manifest itself in numerous ways -- physically, romantically, emotionally, lustfully, verbally, or virtually.
According to an interview with Daily Mail Australia she felt ‘dirty, embarrassed and so, so offended.’ ‘My stomach dropped and I felt really sick, to the point where I felt I needed to close my blinds and hide under my blankets,’ she said.