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Make Over Your Sex Life . . . Tonight! Fixed

This means two things. First, it means to tell your partner the truth about how you feel about your sex life together. If you want more frequency, ask for it. If you want more foreplay, make sure you talk about it. The second meaning is to tell the truth about your experience: If you have trouble having an orgasm because you need more foreplay, be honest about that. If you need more kissing before sex, say so. Telling the truth means being honest about what you need sexually and having a discussion with your partner about it. You may feel shy talking about it, but remember, the best sex comes when couples communicate about it.

Make Over Your Sex Life . . . Tonight!

Things that have priority in your life get accomplished. If you set a goal to eat better, you are likely to be more aware of your food. If you set a goal to get more sleep, you'll go to bed earlier. If you set a goal to have a better physical relationship, you will invest more time in it. Most couples I work with in my private practice decide to set a goal of trying to go to bed together at least one night a week. By going to bed together, they then increase the amount of touching, talking, kissing, and sex in the relationship overall. Not ready to go to bed together? Then talk to your partner about why not. If issues loom in the relationship, then either fix them or make peace with what they are. Disconnecting physically is bad for your relationship and for your health. By making your relationship and sex a priority, you really are investing in yourself.

Now, readers can make over their sex lives as quickly as they change their hair and makeup. With unconventional advice and stimulating stories, renowned expert Susan Crain Bakos instantly transforms so-so sex into mind-blowing ecstasy. Years of expensive therapy and endless attempts at communicating desires get beaten to the punch. Readers learn how to quickly:

Feeling bored in the bedroom? Shaking things up is much easier than you think! Make tonight the night to really spice up your sex life. We put together four fun and frisky ways to turn your love life around with minimal effort and big results.

Guys, this interview is packed with so much greatness! In her typical compassion and candor, Emily shared eye-opening perspectives on sexuality and an abundance of practical tips to upgrade physical and emotional intimacy with your partner. If you enjoyed what you learned here, make sure you listen to the whole episode where we dove into why men and women cheat, how to keep your sexual desire flowing, and what mindful masturbation is.

Do you really need to be working those extra hours of overtime? Are you sure you need to be loading up your body with fast food and coffee/energy drinks/caffeine? Are there any extra responsibilities being thrown at you that you can politely decline taking on?

Being vulnerable and honest when communicating with your partner removes obstacles to intimacy and makes you feel radically more safe, connected, and attracted. These kinds of conversations will relieve 90% of the performance anxiety you experience, and allow you to be more in the moment and get out of your head.

One of the fastest ways to gain more control over your rising sexual arousal is deep breathing. Consciously check in with your body, take deep inhales into your belly, and relax all your muscles while focusing your attention on the various sensations your body is feeling.

"Not tonight honey, I'm tired!" How many times have you felt like fatigue has been your excuse for not wanting to have sex? You're not alone: exhaustion is one of the most common reasons couples don't have as much sex as they would like. According to a recent study by the National Sleep Foundation, about one in every four married or cohabitating Americans claim they're so sleep-deprived that they're often too tired to have sex.

This has to do with the science of mirror neurons8. Think of mirror neurons like tiny boomerangs emitted from your brain that go and dance with your lover's mirror neurons and then report back. Mirror neurons allow you to "intuit" what your partner is feeling. They are why you cringe if you watch someone getting hurt. They may even be one reason why porn is a billion dollar industry. Simply watching someone else being pleasured can create pleasure in your brain.

Emily Fletcher is the founder of Ziva Meditation, the world's first online meditation training program, and the author of Stress Less, Accomplish More. Ziva's mission is to make meditation attractive and accessible to modern people who are ready to up-level their performance and their life. Recently featured in the New York Times and regarded as one of the leading experts in Vedic meditation, Fletcher has been invited by companies like Google, Barclays Bank, Viacom, Chanel, Coca-Cola, and sweetgreen to help up-level company performance through meditation.

What in the world do you need a pair of surgical gloves for? Word on the street is if you fill one of the gloves with lubrication and then you place the glove over your man's penis shaft and stroke it, that can provide a sensation similar to what the inside of your vagina feels like. And why do this over simply having intercourse?

One thing that you can try is to bring some oral sex condiments into the mix. Just like ketchup or mustard can make a hot dog taste better, honey, maple syrup, chocolate sauce, whipped cream or a combo of cinnamon oil and sweet almond oil can make fellatio and/or cunnilingus a more delicious experience too. Just make sure to put a couple of towels down (to protect your bedding) and have some warm cloths on tap (for afterwards). That will make clean up and/or sex entry a lot easier once you are done.

And since there are 8,000 of those bad boys in your clit alone, imagine how amazing you'll feel when some of those dormant once have been awakened. (This makes me think of Luke James reading thirst tweets recently. Something tells me that he knows all about this, girl.)

You might've heard somewhere that you've got a greater chance of having an orgasm if you've got a pair of socks on. The theory is it works because when your feet are warm, blood flow increases and that can make it easier to climax. That's not what I mean when I recommend "putting on the sock", though. This is actually a Kama Sutra term that refers to your partner first stroking your vagina with his fingers and then with the tip of his penis before actually penetrating you. What it does is give you more time to become naturally lubricated as it heightens his arousal in the process. What it all has to do with socks, you've got me there but back in my sexin' days, I was doing this quite a bit and whew chile, it works. So yeah, I'll all for putting some socks on.

If you want to keep your love life going, making your relationship a focal point should not end when you say "I do." "Relationships lose their luster. So make yours a priority," says Karen Sherman, author of Marriage Magic! Find It, Keep It, and Make It Last.

Occasional conflict is a part of life, according to New York-based psychologist Susan Silverman. But if you and your partner feel like you're starring in your own nightmare version of the movie Groundhog Day -- i.e. the same lousy situations keep repeating day after day -- it's time to break free of this toxic routine. When you make the effort, you can lessen the anger and take a calm look at underlying issues.

Even if Lopez had brought a date, a man should have been beside the point. The world seems determined to pair off women in relationships, with a relentless focus that ignores their other accomplishments or their own desires. After all, according to a 2019 Pew Research poll, a half of single adults aren't looking for any type of relationship, and another 10% are only interested in casual dates. And yet, so many women find themselves on the receiving end of pesky questions and comments from well-meaning friends or relatives: Are you seeing anyone? Tell me about your love life. Why aren't you engaged yet? When's the wedding date?

Kaling nailed her response to a question from Good Housekeeping about her love life and goals. Wanting to date or be married are both fine and even appealing decisions, she makes clear, but they're not necessary for living a fulfilling, self-sufficient life.

So to reward you for your Scandal-loving loyalties, we've gathered up everything you need to know about tonight's episode from the fiery fierce gladiator, Darby Stanchfield. In addition to snagging heart-warming details about Abby and David's (Joshua Malina) on-again-off-again sex-crazed romance, we've got all the scoop on Abby's fashion-forward make-over, and why Lisa Kudrow will make you blubber like a baby.

BONUS SCOOP: Fans can thank David for Abby's sexy, sophisticated new make-over this season. The actress explains that Abby is in a happy place right now and she wants her fashion choices to reflect that, saying "The makeover is an external expression of how she's feeling internally."

A spokesman for extra-marital dating service, which conducted the poll of 3,000 married people, said: 'Unfortunately, while you can be deeply in love with someone and want to spend the rest of your life with them, it is also possible to want more from the relationship.

Giving yourself enough time to feel sensual is paramount, so make sure to slow down. This will help you discover new erogenous zones. It will also help you learn your arousal cycle and what turns you on.

If you're worried about how to turn your girlfriend on, or looking for new ideas, there are plenty of things you can try! Even if foreplay makes you nervous - don't worry! As long as you have a baseline of mutual attraction, all you need to turn on your girlfriend is to set the mood, take it slow, and to try a few moves that are guaranteed to drive her wild.

Hello old lovers of mine, my little boy wishes of fortune's kissesNow dreams cast asideIn the fading light your crown of thorns becomes a halo of branching hornsAnd yet so beautiful 041b061a72

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