Matt and Tamsen, America's Love Experts, answer a question about sexual satisfaction.
Yes, I love my husband and family and wouldn't change a thing about our family unit. Now that I have made that obligatory statement, let me get to my point. There are certain issues that I have with the institution of marriage, which offers both wonderful benefits and incredible challenges, often in the same day. Here are the five things I hate about marriage.
A master bedrooms differ from other rooms. It is the intimate heart of a household, the retreat that replenishes body and soul, the temple that honors love. Because they have such an important role in our lives, and because we spend one-third of our lives in bed, your master bedroom should be inviting, calming and wonderful. So how do you go about creating such a sacred space? Read on to find out.
The master bedroom is the intimate heart of your household. When designing the master bedroom do so with awareness; the bedroom you share with your partner is a container for your love. Creating a master bedroom with your significant other is a perfect opportunity to honor each other. The process of designing your bedroom with consciousness will deepen your lives and nurture your bodies, minds and spirits on many dimensions. The following slides show some elements to consider when designing your master bedroom. To learn more, read "How To Make Your Master Bedroom A Sacred Space."
Poll: Where's The Craziest Place You've Had Sex?: In the back of a car. In your childhood bedroom on a visit home. On an airplane. Outside. On a beach. At a restaurant. In a public bathroom. At work. Um... the bed?
As Susan Quilliam, editor of the newly revised The Joy of Sex, reported in her native UK last week, financial uncertainty increases a desire for the comfort of skin-on-skin contact. A recent survey of 20,000 Brits revealed sex to be their favorite low-cost activity. But the recession aphrodisiac could peeter out the deeper into the economic crisis we go, Quilliam reasons, as anxiety kills rather than fuels the mood. That means, you best get your bedroom good and sexorated before too long. Enter Michael Shnayerson, veteran journalist and Vanity Fair contributor, who's culled together some dos and don'ts for decorating one's bedroom with sex in mind.
My youngest daughter takes great delight in reminding me that I will be a half century old this year. She has marked my journey to the golden 50 year mark ever since she passed second grade math. So I have decide to write my thoughts about reaching that milestone of life and what I see for my next 50 years. My title comes from a Phil Vassar song called my next 30 years, but since I passed that mark awhile ago, I decided it fits for my 50th.
With 10 grand out of your wallet you can control and contort the Groove into various positions. You can even romance with the built-in sound system and relax with the powerful 12-program massage feature. Hollandia International, the makers, have already thought of everything for you--the air pressure powered remote control has big glow-in-the-dark buttons!
Growing up, Mom and Dad shared a great, big king-sized bed. It fit a mountain of pillows, a couple of snuggly cats and all the stuff that pissed them off about each other's sleeping habits. Snoring, kicking, sheet-hogging, blanket-yanking, etc. etc. Man, if I had a dollar for every morning during my childhood that my mother snapped at my father about his snoring the night before.... Maybe Mom could have taken a cue from Huffington Post blogger Kira Craft (full disclosure: I used to work there as an editor), who admits sleeping side-by-side with her beloved is "impossible." Explaining how sharing a bed is difficult for anything other than sex, she writes that she worried something was wrong with her, some kind of intimacy problem, perhaps.