Sometimes it happens: sex between two people starts off grand and then, unexpectedly, it becomes less satisfactory. What happened? Did sweetie lose his great lovemaking skills? Are we no longer sexually compatible? Are we in a rut? These are some of the questions one may wonder about.
The most depressing thing to watch is two people who are meant for each other do things in their relationship that eventually make it come to an end. They are so happy in the beginning and then boom,
The business world has taught me to keep your customers happy if you want them to keep coming back and the same goes for sex. Obviously if you are in a committed relationship you
Holiday madness is upon us, but is getting away with your partner the only thing on your mind right now? Whether here or abroad, regardless of your destination, here are a few things to think about for a peaceful vacation à deux.
Although the holiday season is filled with fun, for most people, it can turn into an incredibly stressful time. For many couples, it’s all about finding the right moments in your busy schedule to get more intimate. With a little planning, you can find your own little ways to make holiday sex sizzling hot!
We all know matters of the heart can be treacherous—from casual dating to a full blown relationship, falling in love can take a real leap of faith. However, while you may be open to the emotional risks posed by amour, have you taken into account the effect it can have on your wallet?
So, you’ve been in a relationship for five years, and you’ve noticed you are in a sexual rut. Cue the couple next to you, together for three months and can’t keep their hands off each other. Is there something wrong with you? Should you be having sex more often?
Will pain during intercourse and a lower sex drive be a problem following the birth of your baby? Sexologist Anne-Marie St-André demystifies the most common myths about sex after childbirth.
Western society is built on the principles of monogamy. For as long as we can remember, our lives have mirrored this very concept, as we, as well as those before us, lead romantic lives according to the notion that one person, “the one”, can satisfy our sexual and emotional needs during our lifetime.