No, revisiting your parents’ relationship certainly isn’t a sexy subject, but since emotional and physical intimacy are so inexorably intertwined, exploring some of the root causes behind your behavior both in and out of the bedroom is essential for a healthy, happy romantic life.
We talk a lot about how to boost your sex life on this blog, but maintaining a healthy, meaningful relationship outside of the bedroom is just as important for keeping the spark alive as stocking up on sex aids.
In addition to menopause itself, there is another health-related issue that women of a certain age have to contend with: a heightened risk of breast cancer.
For all the miracle products promising to turn back the clock in one way or another, there really is no anti-aging cream or cleanser on the market that can outdo Mother Nature herself.
If you were pressed to list what was missing from your sex life, what would you say? Even if you and your partner engage in a bit of physical intimacy on the regular, there is always room to spice things up a bit.
If you’ve switched to a vegetarian or vegan diet, you’ve probably noticed the benefits in several ways – both physically and spiritually.
It’s no secret that women (and men) often feel self-conscious about the physical signs of aging, and that this insecurity can influence many aspects of their lives.
You may not think the state of your home carries too much weight when it comes to getting intimate, but lifestyle expert Dana Korey argues otherwise.
Now that fall has arrived, there is a certain crispness in the air that just makes you want to get close and cozy with your partner – whether you’re cuddling by the fire or enjoying a bit of romantic time after a day of apple picking.
Sexual chemistry naturally ebbs and flows over the course of a marriage. But, as common as these fluctuations are, it is still in your power to address them.