There are many things that can intensify your orgasm, including foreplay. But did you know that having a simple cup of tea can make you have a more intense, fulfilling orgasm? Herbs work on several levels; they reduce tension and increase blood flow and can also increase sensation to our more delicate areas. Some of my favorite herbs are easy to come by and make a great tasting tea.
INTIMACY AND SEX
Learning how to touch your man is essential to your relationship's success, growth and development. Many women do not know how to touch a man, and learning this skill is needed for a healthy intimate connection. Touching is a skill that, for the most part, has been forgotten and replaced with other activities, like shopping at the mall.
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.
It happened again. Gwen and her husband, Paul, were snuggling on the couch. The kids were in bed and they finally had a few moments to be alone together. It felt so warm and comfortable for Gwen to be in Paul's arms. He stroked her back and they began to kiss-- affectionately at first and then with increasing passion. As the intensity of their intimacy grew, a part of Gwen began to withdraw. Yes, she was physically right there with Paul as they kissed and stroked one another, but on the inside she was freezing up and the moment was no longer pleasant or comfortable for her. Paul could sense her pulling away from him and asked if she was okay. She sighed and replied that she was “just tired.” They turned on the tv instead of heading to the bedroom.
For The Conscious Woman With a Conservative Background I have checked these off my list (although always working on it!) and now I'm here to help you do the same. Wake up with more excitement for the day to come. Experience more motivation to take better care of yourself. More passion, purpose and direction in life.
Buying a sex toy can be a bit of an investment, they can be costly. People find though, that they are totally worth the price. But why pay all that money, learn to love your new sex toy, only to have it destroyed by improper care. Or worse, have your favorite sex toy hurt you with an infection. If you’re going to have sex toys, you should also buy sex toy cleaner. Sex toy cleaner is not just soap and water; it is not even just a fancy alcohol swab. Sex toy cleaner comes in many varieties, just as sex toys do.
Dictionary.com defines intimacy as a close, familiar, and usually affectionate or loving personal relationship with another person or group. While it may sound contradictory or harsh, the truth is that many of us have sex without being intimate. If you've had your share of one night stands, relationships with men or women that just didn't "get" you, or found yourself longing for a partner who would really feel like a partner, then perhaps what you really may be missing is intimacy.
Have you noticed that indiscriminately following your attractions often ends in disaster? If so, you've come to the right place. In this series of articles, I'll take you on the chemistry journey of your life. As we travel together, you'll begin to look at your relationships differently. You will be empowered at times when you've previously felt lost or confused. Let's begin.
Relationships can truly be the source of our greatest pleasures in life. I am truly committed to helping people discover that they actually have the power to create such profoundly loving and nurturing relationships. In my first three articles I’ve discussed the transformational process of getting out of the box, and accessing your true self that is always waiting to be expressed. This is true for everyone—especially you!!
Has lovemaking with your partner become a bit too predictable? It might be pleasurable, but there isn't the same level of passion that you used to enjoy with your mate...or maybe that you've always wanted to experience but never have. Even if you feel satisfied in the bedroom, it could be that you'd like even more.
So you and your mate have been together for awhile now and it seems to you that intimacy and passion are dead and lifeless? Perhaps you look back to your early years together and wistfully remember when time spent together with your partner seemed alive and even red hot. Or it might be that your intimacy has never felt as close as you'd like. Maybe you've always longed for a spicier and more connected relationship. There are varying levels of intimacy in love relationships or marriages.
I don’t have an addictive personality. I’ve dabbled in just about everything. I’ve smoked, gambled, tried any number of substances, but I’ve never been hooked on any of them so badly that I couldn’t stop. I consider myself fortunate. But there is one thing that is a total contradiction to what I have just professed. Sex!
After many years of being in a committed relationship, both people very busy, kids running around, family obligations, and possibly even two careers and a household to manage, it’s not shocking that intimacy would be the last thing on someone’s mind.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the phrase “erotic talk”? Well, if you said, “talking dirty”, your answer is the one I most often receive whenever I pose that question. In fact, in a survey I conducted of 300 men and women, that was precisely the most popular response. Yet, as I explain in my book The Fine Art of Erotic Talk (Bantam/Random House), explicit sex talk is just one aspect of the powerful role that words can play in our sex lives.
How would you rate yourself in the bedroom? This is a question we should all ask ourselves and maybe our partner. If you don’t want to hear the answer, chances are, you may not be. Becoming a good lover starts from wanting to be.