Sting is not only a singer and songwriter, he's also an occasional actor, having appeared in quite a few movies over the years. But during his appearance this Thursday night on the series "Inside the Actors Studio," he ended up having to talk to host James Lipton, not about his craft, but about his
ABC News’ Nikki Battiste and Dan Harris report: The latest way to improve your love life doesn’t involve a slick how-to guide. It doesn’t involve Big Pharma, either. It’s yoga. According to William Broad, author of “The Science of Yoga,” which came out Feb. 7,...
Jaiya Ma has a rich life -- a successful career as a sexologist, a healthy 2-year-old and two men who have sex with her. And soon, there may be another woman who will become part of this unconventional, but loving, polyamorous family. For the last 10 years, Ma, 34, has lived with Jon Hanauer. But
New book offers guidelines for orgasmic meditation, putting women back in touch with their sexuality.
Whether they've been married for years or are just stuck in a rut, some couples find it hard to keep that sizzle in the bedroom, but two sex experts seem to have a solution for maintaining that sexual spark : a weekend away at an intimacy retreat. Diana and Richard Daffner, both in their 60s, are
Almost 12 years after his untimely death, one of John F. Kennedy Jr. 's ex-girlfriends reveals a side of the former first son few people knew. Christina Haag, the woman JFK Jr. dated for five years during the latter 1980s, chronicles her relationship with him in her upcoming memoir, "Come to the
A sampling of couples' retreats, which vary in focus and intensity: •The "Marriage Boot Camp," four-day sessions offered around the country, digs deep to examine a couple's issues and how to resolve them. Cost: $1,200 a couple (participating duos don't have to be married). Lodging and meals are not
The couple timeline is pretty predictable. Lots of sex early on, when every date is Valentine's Day. Then come routine, maybe kids, decreased communication, boredom or any combination of these, which turn a once-sizzling union into a back-burner one. That's what has brought most of the six couples
Nobody enjoys taking off their shoes, removing all metal objects and making their way though airport security. But for some the process can be, well, a little more revealing and sometimes embarrassing. Ann Lombardi was recently going through the Transportation Security Administration's checkpoint