There's no question that we can all use a little reassurance from time to time but constantly requiring affirmation is a major turnoff (not to mention a total hit to your partner's sex drive). If you often find yourself asking him "Does this make me look fat?" or "Do you see the roll over my jeans?", we're going to have to stop you right there because this intervention is more than necessary.
Dying to know if your partner is satisfied with your sex life? Are you constantly wondering if there's anything you can do to heighten the pleasure? We're going to let you in on the secret to finding out if you're good in bed: You're going to have to open your mouth...and just ask!
Wanting to spice up the sexual energy in your relationship is nothing to be embarrassed about; in fact, the need to find ways to get closer to your partner is completely natural. But is there a way to keep the chemistry alive from the beginning without having to struggle to reignite the flame?
When it comes to dating in the modern age, the vast amount of rules we tend to listen to and follow without question makes finding the one incredibly stressful. Just how many dates should you go on before you have sex? Despite being one of the most popular questions asked by Ok Cupid and the rest of the online dating world, pinning down the answer isn't as easy as simply checking off an option.
Sure, men and women have different sexual parts but how different are they really when it comes to sex? Our Experts discuss libido, orgasms and just how the male and female brains really differ when it comes to sexuality.
Sure, there are a lot of reasons to have sex. But is the physical, pleasurable sensation the only reason most people enjoy sex?
Sometimes we mistake sexuality for intimacy. What's the difference? And which is more important for your relationship? Our experts differentiate between the two terms and discuss how to increase your levels of intimacy or sexuality in a relationship.
It's natural for you to feel angry and betrayed after finding out that your partner had an affair. Is it possible to get over that anger for a swift divorce? Can divorce mediation really work even if one party has been cheated on?
We've all heard about porn wrecking relationships but can it ever help them? From the secrecy that comes from the fear of being shamed to porn addiction, is it really possible that watching porn could actually lead to a healthy sex life?
We all know the rules: NO SEX on the first date. But what if someone told you that rolling in the hay wouldn't make or break your relationship?
We've heard for centuries that women crave commitment but is it possible for modern women to enjoy the chase as much as men?