(Part 2) Top products from r/AskRedditAfterDark

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u/tossawwwy · 1 pointr/AskRedditAfterDark

Yeah man. and I think for me what's even more important than sex is learning how to give and receive emotional intimacy and communication. If you can be honest with yourself and others, even if that honesty includes fear and uncertainty, or whether it's confidence or closeness, those things will take you very far in having real interactions with people.

There are some things that I've read and listened to that have helped me to learn more what healthy relationships look like such as this book which is basically meant to be used when trying to mend a broken relationship, but that means it has so many good ideas about communication, and what it takes to make yourself, and by extension your relationships happy.

Basically take care of yourself. Make your life full, doing all the things you need and love to do and other things will flow naturally. be honest with yourself about your feelings too. (Frustration, elation, etc.) because ignoring them will only further disconnect you from yourself. You want to be a whole person and you are right now. There are things that whole you would like to do, yet you are not dependent on them or them on you.

Check out this post by /u/bombjoke about mindfulness meditation.

Check out this thread started by /u/bombjoke /r/theXeffect which has some great motivating tools for your life that may be helpful

This audio program is dope. I have it ripped to my computer and if you want I can send you the files in .rar form.

If you try even one of these things you'll be far ahead of the game.

Hope you have a good life man.


u/ChaChaGalore · 9 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

The best tip I have about the Wand (no matter how you use it) is to attach it to a dimmer cord. Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Lutron-Credenza-Halogen-Incandescent-TT-300H-WH/dp/B0000BYEF6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1523382674&sr=8-3

There are only two settings on a Wand. Strong and STRONGER. With the dimmer, you can take it from zero to STRONGER.

u/OkGold6 · 96 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

> my best friends are naked

Is this maybe it?

Some of My Best Friends Are Naked


u/Jhamption · 2 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

For what it is worth, this is the best book that has helped me, it is 10 bucks on kindle, or you can probably find it online for free. This book changed me and how I manage my marriage. Worth every penny.

u/themagicisinsideyou · 1 pointr/AskRedditAfterDark

It's a pretty complex question with lots of psychology behind the answer. There have been numerous studies done about penis size and the corresponding effects on men's psyche, which I would say can maybe shed some objective light on the issue, if you're actually interested in reading up on it. Here and here are alright places to start, and if you really want to get in to the relationship between psychology and sex, I would highly recommend the book Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex by Mary Roach, which goes in to lots of issues and the corresponding research that was done on it. It's fascinating, but also a bit of black hole for your time.

u/jament1947 · 1 pointr/AskRedditAfterDark

Sure - It’s definitely different but I enjoyed it:

The Blizzard

u/misterguyyy · 2 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

YES. No shade against being each others' firsts, but we did it because of religious guilt. This is just one of the many ways I regret being brainwashed by my childhood fundie baptist church.

https://www.amazon.com/Kissed-Dating-Goodbye-Joshua-Harris/dp/1590521358 was very popular in my circle. You can find a lot of blog entries about people who have been profoundly hurt by it.

We married young because that's what everyone else was doing to escape. Escape we did, and now no one taught us how to be anything other than an unhealthy codependent Christian couple, so we're figuring out what we want to reclaim from our wasted youth and what we want to mourn and move past while learning how to have a healthy relationship from scratch. Therapy helps.

Our marriage is slowly opening now (it's something both of us want), but obv polyamory has way more rules and communication attached. I hate rules but respect my partner's need for security. Once in a moment of childishness I complained to a mutual friend about it being similar to closing on a house and said I was waiting for the preapproval paperwork to get processed before I was able to do anything, as opposed to having sex within hours of meeting I could have done when I was single (and have had opportunities to do even now at 35yo, but had to turn down).

My partner is a very cautious/risk averse person and I am more of a "trust my intuition and jump" kind of person, which makes partner feel hella uneasy. This mindset has done wonders for my career and pretty much every other part of my life, so we'll see... We're slowly meeting in the middle.

u/Isimagen · 10 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

Right here and in other more appropriate places.

u/buzzly6 · 12 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

Life pro tip: write this down, especially if you're constantly traveling to customer sites, eating taco hell on the way, etc., Magnetic key box, and a complete change of clothes to include shoes.

u/thedruginfoguy · 0 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

Doubling down on the stupid? Take your fat, ESL-sounding ass to a library and do some research for fuck's sake. In the meantime, here's a book for you to read: https://www.amazon.com/Do-You-Want-Play-Balls/dp/098594871X