Plus, 10 ways to know you've been put in the "friend zone."
What you can tell from his medicine cabinet. Online dating tips all women need. Slut-shaming from Joan Rivers. How to know you've been put in the friend zone. How to give a naughty gift. How introvert-extrovert couples can succeed. Love lessons from romance novels. Don't judge all men by a few crummy boyfriends. How yoga can improve your sex life. What to do when the sex is terrible. Some interesting "facts" about post-coital passing out.
How to keep the sexy alive, whether you've been in a relationship for six months or 20 years.
It's hard, especially if you've been a long-term relationship or marriage, to keep the sexy alive. It's easy to fall into a rut when it comes to a romp in the bedroom -- we've all done it -- and harder than ever to come back out of the rut with some new sexy moves.
As women age, their sexual desire declines -- but they're still incredibly satisfied in the bedroom.
Women like Betty White know that aging doesn't have to be something we dread. Yes, body parts may sag, faces may wrinkle and hairs may turn white, but getting older promises much more than a change in appearance—it promises high sexual satisfaction, too.
Foolproof ways to add some excitement to you and your husband's sex life.
You're probably not going to say it, so I will: After awhile sex with the same partner can get a little, well, OLD. I know, I know, it sounds mean, but I don't mean it that way. It's just that once you're with the same person for longer than a couple years, sex can get a little, well, BORING.
A recent survey found that half of couples are bored. My fiance and I refuse to be one of them!
A recent Good in Bed survey found that about half of their seriously coupled-up readers were bored, or on the brink of boredom, in their committed relationships. Additionally, nearly a quarter cheated because of boredom!
Pull your pelvic muscles in, then release. In, then release. Feel calmer yet?
On top of helping with urinary incontinence later in life, keeping your lady parts nice and taut, and making childbirth smoother, I'm sure you've also heard that Kegels are a great way to keep your sex life in tip-top shape. And if you can incorporate them into your between-the-sheets routine (or non-routine, wink), you're making the experience even more intense for both parties — or so they say.
Sexy tips from Jamye Waxman, author of new book "Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight."
In celebration of my latest book, Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight, I've decided to round up 50 sexy or sex-filled things that you can do — easily. Well, depending on the kids and time, and without much prep, to help keep things cayenne-pepper hot in the sexy time department. And I want you to add to the list too, please!
Dr. Marianne Brandon dishes on the illusions and facts that could make or break your sex life
1. Illusion: Out of lust means out of love.
Fact: You can love someone in a romantic way even if lust wanes.
Humans have a drive to feel lust, and we also have a drive to feel companionate love. Although these feeling states can co-occur at the beginning of a romantic relationship, they are ultimately separate sensations. That means you can feel lust without love, or as a relationship ages, you can feel love without lust.