Studies have found that engaging in cuddling after sex for at least 15 minutes has a whole boatload of positive effects on your body and relationship. If you have the time to extend that 15 minutes into an extra 20 or 30, then all that great stuff just gets even better. It's the couple that cuddles together that stays together. Here are the seven benefits of staying locked in one another's arms longer than usual.
These days, people seem to think that sex is everything in a relationship. However, it is not the sexual act itself that brings people together in a relationship, but the sharing of your intimate life with a person who does the same...this is where learning how to cuddle comes in. P.S. If you want to learn how to talk dirty to turn your man on, then you may want to take a look at this dirty talking tutorial video.
Ah cuddling...that wonderful activity that comes after sex. The best cuddles always come from a guy you care about and to make it even better I've put together the 7 best cuddling positions to use with your man for extra deep snuggles. (P.S. If you want to learn my best dirty talking tips & techniques, you’ll find them in this powerful tutorial video)
Need a hug? Just make a reservation: A new business in California called Cuddle Connection is selling snuggle sessions, which the owner claims are good for your health. You just have to be open to cuddling with a complete stranger, and you know, willing to pay for it.
We're getting closer to Valentine's Day! So, let's kick off the weekend by talking about cuddling. Gentle touches will keep you close with your partner.
I was once asked if I ever had bad sex. Unfortunately, the answer is yes. These days, I work VERY hard to make sure it does not happen. I’ve made a commitment to taking ownership of my sexual encounters though. After all, it takes two to tango! (I do own a website called www.StopFakingItJustHaveOne.com so I better NOT be having any bad sex any more!)
It’s natural in any long term relationship to find lulls in your libidos. There are a lot of possible factors: to busy, to tired, focus on work, stress at home, body image issues and sometimes our libidos go into hibernation for no discernible reason. Of course this is only a problem, well, if it’s a problem. It’s most difficult when one partner is feeling the lull and the other isn’t.
Everyone needs a cuddle sometimes, even the furriest of creatures! From newborn kittens snuggling to a spooning sesh between a baby tiger and a piglet, we've rounded up seven adorable animal videos that might just melt your heart.
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Did you know that men, not women, are more likely to be happy in a relationship if they are in good health, if they are often cuddling and kissing with their partner, and if their partner tends to have orgasms during sex? Cuddling, it turns out, may be even more important than sexual satisfaction for long term relationships. Women who remain in long term relationships are more likely to be satisfied with the sexual component and that satisfaction seems to improve over time. But for women, frequent cuddling and kissing does not necessarily lead to relationship satisfaction. Women often require romance as well as a sense of being heard, understood and appreciated.
A new study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior finds that not only do men like to cuddle, but they believe it's an important ingredient to a satisfying relationship.