Do you want to increase the pleasure of lovemaking? Here are a few sex tips that will take your connection to a whole new level. Read on to learn the tips, brought to you by Carla Tara.
When your once active love and sex life begin to take a turn for the worse, is there any way of saving your relationship? In this video, Relationship expert Matthew Walters is joined by YourTango marriage experts Esther Perel, Lesli Doares, Cynthia Chestnut and Elisabeth LaMotte to touch on the nitty gritty reasons why the feelings of love and intimacy shared between you and your partner sometimes change.
Mutual masturbation you may ask questioningly ? After all, masturbation is supposed to be something you do by yourself, and if someone else is in the room, isn’t that just called having sex? It is true, but masturbation is also form of sex, and sharing masturbation with a lover, can be a wonderful way of sharing intimacy, and a great way to share sexual secrets. As with all sex, there’s no one way to do it, and here are some tips to get the mutual masturbation ball rolling.
No one is ever 100% compatible with you, therefore acceptance and appreciation is key in trying to make your relationship work.
Intimacy with others begins when you develop a sense of intimacy within yourself.
The honeymoon's over. How do we maintain passion throughout our relationship, whether three months in, or 30 years? We have our work, our studies, our hobbies, our exercise regimen, and many couples have children. In short, we're busy. And then there's that ever-present layer of smartphones and tablets – we're constantly on call on the one hand, and always a hair breadth away from entertainment on the other. It's a wonder we even talk to our partners these days!
I see it over and over again. You meet someone. You are attracted. You are excited about this new person. You finally have sex and feel even more excited about what this relationship holds. You tell your friends and co-workers you have just met someone fantastic and think this could be the one. And while these feelings and thoughts are completely normal and expected, it is important for you to know that you are officially in phase one of a developing relationship.
Bringing your pre-relationship Anger ‘luggage' into your marriage can sometimes be a positive thing, believe it or not. Have you noticed, everyone is becoming edgier, crankier? Lately, I have been noticing at an alarming rate of increase, people around me, on the streets, driving, standing on line getting coffee, are short fused. Say ‘good-bye' to common courtesy, being polite, or, being appropriate in public.
Ladies and gentlemen, there is a new trend in the dating world. Instead of going out to meet people, or even trying traditional dating sites, folks are flocking to MyGirlFund.com.
I can already hear the mashing of teeth and the howls of disapproval when people read this article: “What? I'm supposed to whip my partner or let them whip me so that we can feel more intimate with each other?” Well Yea! Got a problem with that?
Sex educator Teresa Maples explains the ins and outs of sex addiction. Whether you're addicted to sex or are married/dating someone who is, this article will put your options into perspective.
Usually, I'm a bit of a scrooge when it comes to V-day. I reject the commercialism and pressure that this holiday puts on couples and singles alike. I encourage people to simply enjoy a day that celebrates love without caving in to the pressures to buy expensive flowers or go to expensive restaurants. For some reason, this year I feel differently. I believe that true romance is quickly becoming a lost art. People now rely on texting and Facebook over true courtship and romance.
Dating coach Blair Glaser explores the many ways technology has influenced our dating lives. Sure "Her" was only a movie ... but is art imitating where life is leading us? Read the article to find out!