It’s a Sunday morning, you're in your snuggliest pajamas, ready to settle in with the crossword puzzle when your boyfriend comes in and says "Let's go to a football game."
Constantly searching for things to keep your sex life fun can get very tiring. That's why I wanted to show you my 4 favorite fun sex games to play with your partner. Just a quick warning though: Don't feel like you have to try every single one of them with your man. You don't. Only try the ones that you are comfortable with.
Today I want to show you my 3 best sex games to play with your man. These are super popular, but the truth is that finding the sex games that you and your guy like the most is a matter of personal preference. (P.S. If you want to learn my best dirty talking tips & techniques for building sexual tension & turning him on, you’ll find them in this powerful video)
Remember your sex ed class? Do you remember it fondly, or with dread? My own high school sex ed program --- more than 25 years ago --- took a whopping 10 minutes. The priest led my classmates and me in the Lord's Prayer, and then reassured us that we would eventually grow out of the urge to masturbate. That was it. Lesson over. Incomplete though it was, I also have to give Father Frank credit. It was about as progressive as one might expect at an all boy's Catholic high school. Imagine what he could have said.
For the last ten years or more, I tend to put the interpersonal communication style of women into five general categories . . . Initiators: Most people in society say that it is generally expected that a single man will be the first to approach a woman, initiate a conversation with her, and invite her to share his company at some point in the near future for a romantic date or a casual hook-up.
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When I sat down to write my book, Always Talk to Strangers: Three Simple Steps to Finding the Love of Your Life, I had one thing in mind—to get men and women back on the same page when it came to meeting each other. As a dating agent who actually works with men and women on a daily basis, as opposed the inexperienced authors of chick lit that have become bestsellers, nothing frustrates me more than hearing women talk about the mind games they think they must play to get a man’s attention. Women, let this article serve as a wakeup call.
A new study on play and relationships has found that playfulness may be key to attracting a significant other. Among the survey participants (ages 18-26), three traits stood out as topping their lists of traits they sought in a mate: "sense of humor," "fun-loving," and "playful."
She may not be competing in the 2012 London Summer Olympics, but you can bet that Summer Sanders has been in the stands cheering on Team USA since the games kicked off last Friday.
The 2012 Summer Olympics are just around the corner, so let's take a look at some of the hotties who will be taking the field, stepping into the arena or diving into the pool for the London Games.
Are your children lost in cyber space? Do they prefer the company of video games and television to the family? Are their only friends on Facebook? Can they day dream and use their imagination to create wonderful games or activities on their own? Do they need someone or something to tell them how to have fun? If so, they need to develop their amazing imagination and think of new ways to solve problems, create possibilities and think their own thoughts. Here are three great ways to plug in imagination
In her book, "It's Not You, It's the Dishes," Paula Szuchman argues that economics can save your marriage. Here, she explains how to approach spousal negotiations using game theory.
We have all dealt with them and sometimes you have even been called one... a player. In my dating life I have been called more often than not an unemotional girl or a player. Yet at 29 I am starting to think maybe I am not a player per say. Maybe I just don't feel for many people or I only feel for the one in a million.