A new relationship is exciting, and there's big temptation to be intimate early on. So when's the right time to start having sex? This expert advice helps you navigate intimacy and dating for lasting love.
ONE NIGHT STAND
My Facebook page and private group (a support group for all my clients and book readers) are often stirred with endless debates and controvery surrounding "friends with benefits" arrangement or FWB.
Do you find that you seem to attract guys who always have girlfriends or wives? In other words, are you always the mistress? If so, it could be that, inadvertently, you are sending out signals that are only picked up by those who are committed to others. You don't realize what your actions and body language are saying.
Many women find it difficult to be in a casual sex relationship because of the powerful hormone oxytocin, which is released during orgasm. It is believed that oxytocin may cause a woman to create a strong emotional tie to sexual partners. Only you can decide what feels right and acceptable to you.
Recently a female client of mine asked me "David, how do you prevent a one-night stand?" This answer is not going to make a lot of you very happy.
Panty Parade / Off Go the Panties When I see his name flash on my phone, I’m more than a little pleased. Just last night I texted him asking if he had any friends who might want to come out and play? Of course, I really wanted him, but he has a girlfriend now, and so I’m strictly off limits. Bad Boy Abercrombie was my birthday present this year, and I must say, unwrapping his package made more than one wish come true that night.
Think of that one person in your life you wished you could have just one night with. How far would you go to make your sexual fantasy come true?
The indie rom-com The Pill is about the day after a one-night stand that the man fears will result in a pregnancy; hilarity and the pursuit of emergency contraception ensue. We asked two writers—one male, one female—to sound in on one-night stand etiquette, answering such questions as: When to bring up contraception? How to talk about the potential of it failing? And, whose responsibility it is to deal with the consequences of contraception gone wrong?
I am still amazed how many men and women complain about the difficulties they have enjoying a successful dating life. The sexes must learn how to open up and talk to each other without initial harsh judgment or sabotage due to their own subconscious insecurities. Men & women need to make an effort to understand their gender differences and embrace them instead of repelling away from them!
Continued from episode 4 Claire: Why don't you stay here tonight. We can go to work together in the morning and you can tell me what you are looking for in a girl. Me: I don't think that will be a good idea. Claire: Why not? You don't like my company or I am bothering you? Me: No no; you are misunderstanding. It will be inconvenient for you. Claire: Forget about all this tell me what you are looking for in a girl. What's your choice?