If we were to ask you “What does intimacy mean to you?” how would you respond? We think that depending on your sex, it would most likely determine your answer. The follow-up question is then, "How do you build intimacy?" At our most primal level, we all have a craving to be with someone
We as individuals are all unique. Our beliefs, fears, likes, dislikes, all shape who we are. When we are in a relationship with another person the uniqueness of the couple is what makes the relationship. So then why is it for every relationship that is different because of the people involved, there are still
As we are all well aware, every relationship goes through phases as it matures. For some couples, while they still do love each other they somehow find their relationship in an undesirable place. Their relationship lacks intimacy and any physical connection. Their sex life has completely dried up. Many reasons can cause this lack
Are you having problems ‘coming’? This question is usually not one asked of men as most men can climax without much difficulty. Unfortunately the same cannot be said about women. Nearly 1 in 3 women report that they do not always have an orgasm when they have sex. For many women, it leaves them
In everything that we do in life, we must be aware we are always learning. Whether it’s our parenting skills, our professional skills or even our sex skills. We have all heard the expression it takes two to tango, but what happens when one of the partners in this between-the-sheets dance is making mistakes?
Has your sex life become more of a memory than reality? Has your busy scheduled with your career and the kids come between you and your husband? You are not alone if you answered yes and even though we tell ourselves that we want to have sex when the opportunity does present itself, we
The question that everyone wants to answer to but will not openly ask the question. "How do I get better in bed?" Girl or guy, straight or gay, regardless of social status, those of us who care about our sexual performance want to know ways that we can get better. Yes, there are some
[adinserter block="10"] Where do we get our ideals for what a close, loving, long-term relationship is? Is from television? From the home environment that we grew up in? What is right and what works? These questions coupled with failed relationships can have devastating effects on our confidence and what we believe to be the ideal