Over time, many couples see their sexual intimacy and connection in the bedroom dwindle, which is very sad. Sex should be like riding a bike, practicing an instrument or anything else we desire to get good at… it should be one of those areas where the more we practice it, learn about it, and learn about each other, the better we should get at it and the more satisfying it should be! We have been married for over 20 years...
Should it be water-based or oil?
Do I need a numbing, warming or edible one?
Is natural better than organic?
What am I talking about?
If you said “lube,” you guessed it right!
There are many types of lube or personal lubricants in the market, but when you are looking for that extra “wetness” in bed, getting your hands on the right type of lube can make all the difference.
In this post, I’ll explain what the different types of lube are and how to select the best lubricant for your needs. I’ll also explain which ingredients to avoid...
It is so easy to get distracted when you are being intimate. Things that can distract you can range from the temperature being too hot or too cold, or maybe the thought that the kids coming down the stairs is taking over your mind. Maybe you are thinking about your phone that just pinged, or a sound you heard outside the bedroom. It could be that your day was so busy and that you can’t get the list of things you still need to do, off of your mind. These thoughts can really take away from intimacy and...
I am writing this article from my years of experiences in my marriage and things that I did that completely changed Amy’s and my relationship. I understand there is not a “one size fits all” that works for everyone, but if you implement these things, I promise you your marriage and sex life change in a good way. I also acknowledge that this article is similar to other articles and podcasts we have done, but as men, it takes a long time for us to “get” things. 😉
1. Communicate and connect emotionally with your wife:
Podcast episode 34 Ultimate Intimacy with Monica Tanner
When I was 12 years old, my parents got a divorce and I became immediately obsessed with what makes a marriage strong and lasting.
As a 12 year old, I literally used to go around and observe my friend’s parents who were married and I was like “okay what are the secrets here? What keeps a couple strong and lasting in marriage?”
I studied it in college, sociology and child development and family studies with the intention of of going into social work and really working with couples and...
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