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Running late today because of a "breakfast meeting". Not sure what bright spark invented those - but I don't really like them. I'm much more of a night owl and first thing in the morning find it hard to make sensible conversation - let alone put my make-up on straight!
If you've got a partner with bad manners in the bedroom then check out my column in this week's Love it! magazine - I advise a girl with just a problem. Also I'm putting up a new "your e-mail of the week" in a moment. Be warned: it's not for the faint hearted!
Found it harrowing listening to some eyewitness accounts last night about the Cumbria rampage. Particularly the man who cradled a dying woman – he’d done interview after interview (I caught parts of many of these) and typical of the media they couldn't see his distress escalate. By the last interview he was crying and showing signs of ‘survivor guilt’ and anger. Really he needed to be left in peace by that point, but the lure of doing another interview for eyewitnesses is very difficult to resist.
Having spoken to many such people over the years I find they start by giving a heartfelt interview because they want to be helpful. Naïvely they fail to realise that they immediately become a target for all media in the area. Every journalist wants a piece of them. It's hard to say No and yet they become distressed as they are put under more pressure for soundbites.
TODAY’S THOUGHT: not that for a moment I think you'll be caught up in any situation where the media wants a piece of you, but be aware that what starts as one helpful interview or soundbite, can often escalate beyond your control. You can say No to a journalist just as you can say No to anyone else who is demanding your time.
Loving that sexy little tune ‘Frisky’ by Tinie Tempa and hoping to catch some of Eminem live on Radio One - luuurrrve Not Afraid!
It's Friday - have fun! The barbecue’s coming out and friends are coming over to get poisoned by me! Take care, Pam X
I'm very excited that my new book's available for pre-order on Amazon and should be in shops the end of April. Fellow author Siski Green says about Sex Academy - it really is THE Bible of sex books. The lessons and lectures cover the A-Z of everything you want to know - from Anal sex to getting Zero sex. Hope you enjoy it!
I was so excited and HAPPY to write this book on happiness covering my 10 unique Happiness Principles. I hope it helps increase your well-being, contentment, and happiness. I've packed it with dozens and dozens of easy-to-use strategies, plus life-changing insights. Based on about five years of collecting case studies and research I hope you'll find it helpful.
My latest sex guide's out - I've gone through thousands of questions people ask me about sex - from why they don't feel desire to how to handle a partner's kinky fetish. Here are the answers plus loads of tricks and techniques. Enjoy!
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