The truth about female orgasm and multiple climaxes - surrender, allow, feel and experience bliss. When it comes to getting ‘turned-on’, men are mostly driven by visual and physical stimulation. For women, sex is much more of a mental and emotional experience. Stress is the most common obstruction in being able to feel optimum sexual pleasure. If your mind is full of distracting thoughts or if you’re upset about something, you may be unable to wholly experience all of the magnificent sensations our bodies our capable of. It’s imperative to decrease stress, tension and disturbance before embarking on a sexual journey with or without a partner.
So May has been declared National Masturbation Month. Although the movement is gaining awareness and media attention, it most likely will not be officially recognized, or show up on your yearly Hallmark calendars anytime soon. The proposed observance and hype was created by a San Francisco based sex toy store, which stemmed from a controversial statement about masturbation from former U.S. Surgeon General, Joycelyn Elders which led to her forced resignation.
I don't want to hear any more talk about romance being "dead," "on life support" (ugh), or "only sleeping." Romance is alive and well, but it IS evolving. Modern romance is less about creating a fantasy and more about really getting the object of your affection. Romantic gestures that hold up today are born of sincere attention to the object of your affection's desires. Whether these gestures are spontaneous or planned for months, they are thoughtful.
If you met me, you'd think I have everything. Twenty-five years of marriage to a very warm and attractive man, a lovely house, wonderful children and enough money to enjoy ourselves. But I still feel there's something missing because we stopped having sex about 10 years ago, as my husband said we were too old for it. It had sort of dwindled off when the children were very young and we were very busy but, just as I thought it would start to perk up, my husband showed less and less interest.
First off, it is important to ask yourself what you consider a real relationship to be. You need to understand what your needs and desires are from another person, and what you are willing to give them. This way, you can see early in your first dates, if you wish to continue and work towards a future together, and if the other person feels the same of course (both sides count).
This landed in my inbox the other day: "My ex and I had been going out for a year and a half. He had expressed so many times how much he cared about me and all that jazz. About two months ago he was talking with his parents (he is 18 and still lives with them) and they convinced him that I was not right for him because of my religion. He left and we played the text messaging game backwards and forwards. He came back after I mentioned I was simply going to hang out with this guy he used to be jealous of.
Hey Essy, So here's my story...I hope you can offer some advice to help me I'm seventeen and love this guy with all my heart, we were even each other's first, but a few months ago he said he needed his space. We gave it a week and he ended up breaking up with me. For the longest time he wouldn't talk to me so I ended up going out with another guy for about a month to see how the otehr guy reacted. While I was with the new guy my ex seemed like he was trying to get back together.
I really really want you to reply back to my situation as I feel so helpless. I was dating the love of my life for almost 18 months. We were so happy together for the first year or so...it was heaven. My friends warned me that the "honeymoon" stage wouldnt last forever...but I believed it would. (im only 16 by the way).
Well I did everything Wrong Wrong Wrong and now I'm alone and hopeless. My ex & I were together for almost 3 years. We were very much in love and then the programs with his adult son began. He focused on his son and he became overwhelmed with that. He told me to give him space & I didn't, I texted, called, showed up to see him, you name it I did it and I did it wrong. Relationships are painful, and I'd just like to win him back somehow.
My boyfriend and I were good friends for about a year or two before we started dating, and once we did, it was magic! We dated for a little over three months. he would always say the sweetest things to me! I could tell he wasn't lying when he told me he loved me, and that I was the most important thing in his life. We hung out together alot, and we missed each other when we weren't together. Basically, I thought our relationship was perfect.