My opinion on this is that it sounds like it will work for those with a good spirit about life in general. If you start to take it TOO seriously, you are defeating its purpose. For myself, my husband and I have no problems communicating nor do I need to MODIFY his behavior in any way. HOWEVER, we do have an incredibly busy schedule and a lot of hard stuff going on in life right now (outside things we must deal with, not in our relationship), so this does sound like a really fun way to learn to integrate sex into busy marriages. On top of that, there can be "house rules" in order to customize it to fit your life even better. I agree that it won't be for everybody but will definitely be a cool thing for folks to try that really do have the good intention of keeping up a healthy sex life but sometimes let life get in the way of carrying that out.
Perhaps we are not including the Dec-Aug it was closed. :) hmmm
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAARS! How can everyone . . . writers, editors and other readers . . . not catch it when it stares you in the face? Unless, of course, it is currently 2006 and not 2007. Boy, I have tired of seeing things such as this slip through the cracks in media, when there are so many accountable for making sure it is right before printing or reporting. Why do they even get paid? This error may seem small in this case, EXCEPT that the major big deal of the article is that it is marking fifteen years -- yet nobody seems to be able to count. If I am wrong, PLEASE show me my error.
Am I missing something, or has anyone else noticed that it has been SIXTEEN YEARS . . . NOT FIFTEEN!!!! 1991-2007 SIXTEEN YEARS, FOLKS!!! This story is a year late, but still cool! My sister's band plays there next Friday! Woohoo! Go Tom Boy Lush!
Would like to share our web address with your readers, as a part of this story. Anyone is welcome to follow along with the making of the documentary "Dream States," by clicking the link available at islandhippie.com
Thank you for exposing that South Carolina will one day be a major player in the film industry . . . hopefully much sooner than later!
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