I am a single man in my forties living in New York. While I have no problems meeting women and dating, I have a hard time performing oral sex on the women with whom I become intimate. Many of them have called me selfish. How can you help? SingleEdition.com's Sex&Intimacy Expert Cathy Beaton's Answer: You should know that not everyone performs oral sex on their partners, even in the best relationships where the idea of being selfish does not enter the equation. You might first try showering together so each of you is clean and have fun under the water, touching and teasing- then have oral sex (if you are uncertain about how to please your partner, ask her). If that doesn't make the act easier for you, be certain that you learn what other things your partner enjoys during foreplay-listen, learn and spend enough time pleasuring her in ways that turn her on-don't hold back on the time, affection and attention she needs and desires.
A comment of the day from the comments of the day...oy!
Should couples delete their social-networking site profiles when they start dating? Does this help or hurt a relationship?
I am certainly not qualified to answer this, but for an answer to your question, i would do you well to read the late lebanese poet and writer also known as the profit, Khalil Gibran, bless his soul.
comments about the wives and mistress.
Ladies, be careful who you hand over the reins to....
No, it's not what you think, I'm not giving you tips and techniques on how to cheat, but tips and techniques on how to catch a cheater, and how to affair-proof your marriage or relationship. Nonetheless, if you're a cheater you could probably utilize the information contained within...read on.
This post is in response to Al Needham's "10 Oral Sex Tips From A Man"
The following is a follow-up post to this user's post entitled, "Single Again: Hits and Misses"
I'm a young 27 years old, dealing with a married man. Stating he's getting a divorce, on top of that I have a 10month son with him. Lately I have been breaking down about the whole situation, I have really pushed myself to the max about everything. Now we are getting ready to move together in a very nice apartment. I have gotten the apartment solely in my name, and the amount that I can afford. So my question is should I let him move in with me? Or not? He says that he does have enough money to get the divorce and when we move together. That will free up some of his money in order to start the process. Do I believe him? This has been going on for about 4 years! And oh did I mention that he has a house that I have only been by once to see? Am I being taken like a fool? He's alway here with myself and son. Maybe he really doesn't have the money?