Everybody thinks they know everything they need to know about sex. However, if it was so simple, there wouldn't be so many people in need of sex therapy, marriage and relationship counseling, and there certainly wouldn't be so many relationships ending in divorce. Here are seven truths you need to know about sex.
Sexual stereotypes are everywhere. We see them in commercials, where happy moms dance around their homes in celebration of a functional mop. We see them in movies, where stoic male heroes are still rescuing clueless heroines. We see them on sitcoms, where single women dream of getting their boyfriends to settle down, and lazy husbands just want to watch sports.
Researchers have identified several signs that predict whether an engaged couple is bound for success or failure in marriage. Here are four indications that your impending nuptials won't last.
Having sex with an ex is a common phenomenon. It happens more often than you would think, even with those couples who have contemptuous breakups. People have sex with their ex for a variety of reasons, including the following ...
Most of the women that Johnny and I coach on their journey to soulmate love are spiritual, progressive women who have a belief in a Higher Power and who have an understanding that everything happens for a reason in life – even if we don’t fully understand it.
In essence, we are talking about thoughts. Thoughts create everything. If you have been my client, then you will remember me saying “What you think, you create.” What each and every client wants is freedom, power, choice, acceptance, and peace. And the bottom line is JOY and HAPPINESS. It is not about what is happening outside of you, but what you are thinking and experiencing within you. Why do you want the things, money, power, because you want to experience joy and happiness.
In this fear based climate of financial concerns, it appears that our other fears are bubbling up to the surface. Those fears which have been a minor inconvenience in the past are now becoming full-blown anxiety attacks. In this society we are seeing our hard-earned savings melt away, our jobs in jeopardy and we are frightened, we feel helpless. Now, we know that emotions can become the powerhouse of our thoughts. Negative emotions power the negative thoughts and positive emotions power positive thoughts.
I have been dating for a while now and it seems it was a lot easier to date when I was in college and in high school. And I am wondering if it is because I am at a place in my life where I am successful, happy, and do not need anything from anyone? A lot of my friends are in the same spot. We are flourishing in our careers and financially content for our age anyways and have everything we want except for a partner.
Finding ways to spice up your sex life can be exhausting. Adding an extra kick to your relationship doesn't have to be in the form of a new cirque du soleil move, you can just go to the basics. Both of your bodies are covered with nerve endings that are very sensitive to touch and they are also erogenous zones. If you just spend a little time getting to know these zones, your sex life will perk up immediately. It's important to remember that these zones are very sensitive so you can't over-do it with rough touch.
Remember when you were in school and first learning about negative and positive perhaps in science class. Often they would give you two magnets to demonstrate the powers of negative and positive – how they work together and attract each other. Then you would turn one of those magnets around and they would always oppose each other. You would try to make them connect, but the force of the energy would work against your efforts and if you let one go, it would push itself away. Life works in much the same way, only you are the magnet.