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January 30th, 2014
Episode 295 of 643 episodes
This episode is about why people cheat and the best Valentine's Day Gifts to buy her. (Heck, if you're single, I'm talking about the best gifts to buy yourself.) There are many theories about why people cheat, including fear of intimacy, unfulfilled desires in a relationship, and the need for validation from others. Some people think they can get away with it and have no intention of sleeping with one person, no matter what they committed to their partner. Ultimately, a lot of people cheat because they’re afraid, weak, or simply do not possess the skills to confront their partner about problems in the relationship. Instead of breaking up or working on a relationship, people have affairs. No matter if it’s bedroom boredom, a lackluster relationship, or the sexy barista, there’s no excuse for cheating. In this show I address why people cheat, how to spot the signs of cheating, and what to do if your partner cheats on you. I also talk about the best vibrators for couples and the best vibrators for all the single ladies. Why get roses and chocolate for Valentine’s Day when you can give her multiple orgasms? .Use coupon code EMILY for 15% off atGood Vibrations:http://bit.ly/19rLghs. Use coupon code EMILY25 for 25% off atcrazygirlproducts.comand coupon code EMILY for 20% off your first purchase atEmilyandtony.com. Check out my new vibrator store:www.sexwithemilyovo.com/.
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