Relationships & Sex
Articles and videos on how to skyrocket your love life with expert advice on relationships, dating, romance and sex (including sacred sex); plus how to understand the male and female mind.
This common activity gets a bad rap, but new study shows it’s associated with greater sexual satisfaction… know what it is?
Do you know the healthiest thing you can do when you experience a break up? Read this!
Have you ever had a friend who was obviously in a broken or dysfunctional relationship? Ever wondered why they stayed with a person they obviously needed to get away from?
The key is to view our sexuality holistically—not just as a physical or emotional experience. When we honor our sexuality as the most potent energy we possess (literally the ability to create life), we realize a powerful opportunity for cultivating union—a deep, soulful merging between two people. Who doesn’t want an elevated sex life?! Here are easy to implement tools to build energetic and emotional attunement with your partner.
Love comes in different forms. Learn the difference between true love and a love addiction that can be harmful.
It Breathing connects us to our spiritual energy and orgasmic power, it is real sexy. In this article, Suzie Huemann shares some tips on how to use breath to boost your love life and sexual empowerment.
A post sex cuddle has been known to bring couples closer together. But did you know that there are a few pre-sex habits that can improve bonding in a relationship? Seven sex therapists share habits that can make your sex life better.
Attraction, as with most anything psychological, is a very mysterious thing. Attraction involves a mix of physical, mental and emotional components that is inordinately difficult to articulate.
The more you interact intimately with someone, the deeper the connection and the more of their aura is intertwined with yours.
There’s so much more to sex with an older man than a little blue pill. After enough years of practice, they’ve got some skills that many of their younger counterparts don’t have yet.
From sexual desire discrepancy to not feeling like they can orgasm the “real” way — and everything in between — here are complaints sex therapists hear the most.