If you can only reach an orgasm through masturbation, are you destined to have less than stellar sex? Great communication and patience can go a long way to making mediocre sex into good sex and good sex into amazing sex.
Even though you love your partner and can't imagine life without him, the thought of taking things even further can be seriously frightenining. It's not that you don't want to be with him, it's just that promising to commit to someone forever is a step that you just aren't ready to take. Don't worry; you're definitely not alone in feeling this way. Not wanting to get married doesn't make you a terrible person.
Are you in a relationship with a great guy, but you're just not feeling that spark? Do you love spending time with your boyfriend, but there just isn't any chemistry? Are you thinking of ending things because you're just not that physically attracted to him? Is physical attraction necessary to make a relationship work?
While our moms tell stories of formal courtship, dating today is a whole different ballgame. There are no official rules we all abide by, and sometimes, it can be tough to tell where things are headed. If you've been dating someone for a little while without putting labels on your relationship, you may wonder whether it's safe to consider him your significant other — or if maybe he isn't so significant after all.
You've been having a great time with this guy, and you know you've fallen for him hard. You want to take the relationship to the next level, but he doesn't seem up for it... at all. What's his deal? In this video, Relationship Coach and YourTango expert Kat Knecht points out the red flags he's been sending you all along that he's not ready for co
In the latest video episode of Ask YourTango—where readers seek out advice on love and relationships—sex expert Ian Kerner gives advice to a woman whose boyfriend doesn't give her enough foreplay. Ian shares one tip on how to get your man to to slow down in bed.
We asked the top love experts to give the final word on the most-asked relationship and dating questions. In this episode of "The Final Word," we asked them how you turn a friends-with-benefits setup into a committed relationship. The real question should be: should you?
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