It's the disorder that everyone avoids conversation about. Yet according to the Journal of the American Medical Association, 43 % of women and 31 % of men suffer from sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction is broadly defined as the inability to fully enjoy sexual intercourse. Women generally experience it as a loss of libido,
[dropcap style="font-size: 60px; color: #267abf;"]M[/dropcap]aybe you’re one of the few lucky women who has never faked an orgasm in her life, but many of us have either faked a handful (and given quite a performance), or don’t fake it but aren’t sure we’ll ever have a real one. Or we have them, but they
There is always a time and place for a “quickie.” Busy schedules and lives can leave little time left for those intimate moments between you and your lover. However, couples that continuously skip foreplay are missing out on not just better sex, but also emotional and physical bonding that improves their relationship and connection.
While each of us is unique and we all bring our own flair and personality to our relationships, in every relationship, there are some basic elements to being happy with our relationship. Trust, intimacy, and feeling loved all have to be present for both parties to be truly satisfied and happy in their union.
For couples in a committed relationship routine always has crept into our actions. Take for instance the time alone you spend with your partner. If you have been together for a while, chances are when you have sex you have a set pattern of actions. The sequence may start off as some simple kisses