Why does he do that? Decode His Post-Sex Behavior Sure, it’s hard to know what a guy’s thinking at any given time, but experts swear that the way he acts after sex can give some serious insight into what’s going on in his head. We got the inside scoop on what these common post-sex behaviors … Continued
Wendy Strgar, founder and CEO of Good Clean Love charmed and wowed me with her open, honest and direct talk about her personal struggles with intimacy. For Wendy, vaginal dryness was her biggest issue. After the birth of each of her four children, Wendy could not have sex with her husband unless she used a … Continued
Libido, the desire for sex, is what drives us to find satisfaction in sexual activity. Sex helps couples bond, promoting intimacy and increasing feel-good hormones and brain chemicals. When a women no longer desires her partner, her relationship suffers. Sex is not just about a woman’s relationship, it’s about her health. Sex is a beneficial … Continued
If only Samantha had someone to advise her when she met her “stallion” on Sex and the City. Dr. Jen Landa tells Cosmo readers how to have a healthy sex life with a man who has a large penis. Check out these tips on Cosmo.com: Sex with a Big Penis
If you suspect your woman has been faking her orgasms, there could be more to the story than, “she’s just trying to make you feel good about yourself.” Most often women who fake orgasms are looking for more from their partner- whether she wants more foreplay or she needs you to make her feel more … Continued
The latest breaking news when it comes to sex: men actually don’t think about sex every 7 seconds. A recent study published in the Journal of Sex Research reveals that men, while they think about sex more often than women, really are not that sex obsessed. This misconception rises from the differences between men and … Continued
Menopause doesn’t have to spell the end for a woman’s sexuality. The majority of the issues women have in the bedroom, especially as they get older, are oftentimes caused by hormonal imbalance. Symptoms such as vaginal dryness, inhibited sexual desire, inability to climax and self-image issues are typical of menopause and are usually associated with declining hormone levels, namely estrogen, testosterone and progesterone.
Love is by far one of the most powerful emotions one can experience in life. Love has the absolute power to manifest the lowest of lows and the highest of highs within all of us. So why is it that so many relationships start off with a bang and end with a thud? At first, our relationships seem to take on the often clichéd “honeymoon phase,” where both man and woman are overcome by the boundless energies of love, falling helplessly head over heels for one another. Be it 2 months or 2 years, the once radiant glow that has faded and the relationship has begun to plateau. When things “level out” like this, it’s important to know what you and your partner can do to spice things up a bit. Here’s five great ways to rekindle that lovin’ feelin’!
Women with a constant low sexual drive, especially those in menopause or postmenopause, are two times as likely to develop chronic health issues of the mind and body.