28
Jul


How can you get closer to the one you’re with? By understanding the many ways to ignite intimacy.

Intimacy takes many forms: verbal, physical, sexual, spiritual, says Klein. A relationship is all the more powerful — and intimate — when it features more than one of these forms.

Begin your exploration of intimacy with the verbal variety. There are two revealing questions you must first ask of yourself, and then a third you must ask of a loved one.

Once you’ve considered your feelings about getting close, you’re ready to hear the truth about intimacy. Everyone from Oprah to your best friend to Aunt Mabel has a different definition of it, and they’re not always right.

After you put the myths about intimacy aside, you’re ready to draw your partner closer. Spend time getting to know your partner’s dreams and desires. Learn to nurture your relationship, and you’ll keep the sparks flying.

Enough talking. Isn’t sex a part of intimacy? Our readers want to know and we have the answer.

If there’s one thing sure to spoil intimacy, it’s jealously. While occasional pangs of the stuff are natural in most loving relationships,persistent jealously will put out the flame in hearts once afire.

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26
Nov


Are you a man that believes he knows everything about a female orgasm?

You may not know as much as you think. Many men believe their wives are happily enjoying orgasms during their sexual encounters but many women are doing nothing of a kind. If your sexual encounters consist of:

  1. A little bit of foreplay . . .
  2. Then hopping onboard and having sexual intercourse for a little while (maybe you hold off your own orgasm for a while). . .
  3. Having your orgasm, your body enjoying waves of euphoria spasming through you. . .
  4. and at the same time you see your partner is breathing heavy and making all sorts of enjoyable moaning sounds . . .

It is a good guess that you believe your partner is also having an orgasm.

In all probability, if the intercourse was a short period and there was little or no foreplay, your partner is not having an orgasm. She may be excited and she may be enjoying the intercourse, but it’s not likely that she is actually having an orgasm.She may even be faking one in order to give you full gratification, however, she is still not likely having one herself.

A woman takes much more emotional and physical ‘foreplay’ before she has the possibility of having an orgasm during sexual intercourse.

During sexual intercourse alone, the simple fact is that her clitoris does not receive enough stimulation to build up to an orgasm, and because she is more emotionally based, her emotions also have to be onboard.

g spot picture Think You Know Everything About The Female Orgasm? Think Again

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