Friday, February 8, 2013

I’m Still Sexy So What’s Up with Him? Book & Movie Ticket Giveaway

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It’s 2013! - So start the new year by ensuring that you and your loved ones are as healthy as possible! To help you on your journey, PartnersHub has teamed up with Dr. Sloan Teeple and his wife Susan to help educate people on the effects of Low Testosterone in men.

The Teeples personally struggled with some inexplicable health and relationship problems, until Dr. Teeple had his blood tested. At just 33 years old - he found out that he had the testosterone level of an eighty-year-old man! Simply knowing this helped him get his “T” back on track... and restore his health, mood, relationship, and vitality!

      Bottom line: A healthy testosterone level can be the key to supercharging your relationship, health, and sex life.

To get the word out, Dr. Teeple created Teeple's Testosterone Test blog app! Take the test to see if you or your partner are at-risk for having Low “T” - and the test will generate an action plan filled with tips for boosting your Testosterone!




Great News!  One Kids and Deals reader will win a copy of the new book I’m Still Sexy So What’s Up with Him? and a pair of movie tickets

Wouldn't that be perfect for a date night?

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33 comments:

  1. Try to forget about all your other worries and just have fun

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  2. Go on Groupon and PhillyFunSaver and find some amazing deals!

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  3. Make it a priority. Even if you can only get away long enough to take a walk together, do it.

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  4. Date night tip - don't talk about the kids.

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  5. Mix it up, go out with a different couple once in awhile, sometimes just the two of you :)

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  6. Go somewhere new! Try a new restaurant or activity. Keep the spark alive

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  7. Turn phones off!!! First person to touch their phone ows the other one a massage!

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  8. Try to forget about work and kids for one night and just have fun with each other like we used to!

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  9. Go on a trip together, even one night in a nearby hotel and trying new restaurant or stores to explore will make it feel "exotic".. even if the location is ho-hum.

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  10. My tip is to go camping if you have a nice wooded area, complete with a picnic and all. If you don't, cook dinner together and have a nice bubble bath! jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

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  11. We always spend time on dates without distractions

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  12. Bring a humor book and read together before dinner!
    Fiona N

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  13. My tip is to get to know as many responsible teens as you can - that way you always have a babysitter!

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  14. My tip is leave the worries of the day behind and enjoy the time with your spouse.
    tarter95 at hotmail dot com

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  15. put the phone away and focus on that person. nothing's worse than knowing you're worth their time, just not all of their time.
    kmcgrew213@aol.com

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  16. do it. every week. No excuses
    xo

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  17. do new and exciting things throughout the year,

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  18. Keep all focus on the other person dont allow any distractions

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  19. try a new restaurant

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  20. A nice calm quiet walk on the beach, just the two of you, holding hands and re-connecting!
    Crystal Gibson
    mrs.gibson24@yahoo.com

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  21. no tv
    christie@stahmannrv.com

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  22. Anything I plan out, makes it less stressful for him. That way all he needs to do is show up and enjoy himself.
    amy1self(at)yahoo.com

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  23. hmmm not sure what tips i have as I dont have a babysitter...... I guess dont talk about stressors while you are out on a date.

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  24. My date night tip: don't spend all night talking about the kids!

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  25. i am low risk! We do active and fun stuff for date night.... bicycle rides, kayak, paintball, go cart racing!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  26. Try something fun like hiking, biking or my hubby's favorite, waterskiing

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  27. Im a Low Risk. My date night tip is to periodically come out of your comfort zone to enjoy new experiences.

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  28. talk less and listen more
    lorayne gothard
    lgothard@comcast.net

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  29. Have fun, laugh, and enjoy your time together! :)

    Deborah

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  30. Don't talk about anything stressful!

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  31. We like to have stay-at-home dates. Put the kids to bed early, eat a late dinner together and watch a movie. Very relaxing.

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  32. Don't talk about the kids. Talk about something in your past to reminisce about.

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