Challenge #11: Let down your guard with your partner.
Sex isn't all about trying a new sex position or how long it takes to climax. It's about feeling closer and more connected in the moment. YourTango Expert Dr. Marty Klein explains how to create intimacy with your partner for even better sex.
Some men suffer from a psychological condition that prevents satisfactory sexual encounters.
When it comes to sex and how we function sexually for some of us it is analogous to rocket science…bottom line – it’s complicated! It is never easy to live up to society’s standards as to what normal, healthy male sexuality is supposed to look and feel like [whatever that is?] exasperated all the more when there is something not quite right with how we are functioning when we are with our partner. As a sex therapist, I promote a sexuality based on pleasure, fun and intimacy and not performance. However, the social pressures that continue to exer
Do you ever wish you had a 'marriage cheat sheet'? ... a few 'easy to remember' tips that would help keep your love strong? In a world that squeezes out fun and crams in more demands ... what are the secrets of those that stay 'in love' and those that 'fall out of love'? In a recent love and marriage survey of over 8,000 participants over 50, couples who were the happiest shared these tidbits ...
Learn three easy ways to protect your heart while dating.
I got a call from my girlfriend Lena the other day. She was down in the dumps over a guy she met on the Internet. She and Brad had been dating for a month. Things seemed to heat up quite quickly. They had been intimate sexually and were also planning a weekend trip together. Lena was absolutely smitten. They had so much in common and she found him easy to talk to and loved spending time with him
My article Top 5 Mistakes Men Make in Bed received a lot of attention. Most of the comments (or complaints) came from men. Some men found the article helpful, others reacted defensively and some men were simply hostile and rude. But the most common comment came in the form of "What about the women?"
Have the cold temps and dark dreary days of winter left you feeling down and out of sorts? If so, your love relationship or marriage might be showing the effects.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is experienced by around 6% of the population in the U.S. but more people suffer from the winter blues.
Who says spark and great sex are for newlyweds only!
Congratulations on 10 years together!
As you’ve probably already noticed, as time passes, things change in a marriage or love relationship. You change and your partner changes too. This isn’t always a bad thing!
All it takes is a little imagination to keep your romance alive.
If you have young kids, or if you've been married quite a while, you may need some help priming the proverbial pump. Research shows that the juicy feelings associated with romantic love tend to fade after about two years.
Explore the pleasure, fun and intimacy of being with your partner without a special occasion!
The Top 5 Romantic Adventures
Consider supplementing the flowers and candy by delving into your creative mind to draw upon some pleasurable, fun and intimate experiences. The following 5 romantic escapades were ways in which couples have decided to celebrate their relationship and make it an encounter to remember.