Fantasies can help rev up your sex life. Myths, on the other hand, can stop desire dead in its tracks. Such myths aren't the legends from classical history.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. All About Sex.
For married couples to stay happy as they grow old together, a healthy and robust sex life is essential, a new study concludes -- and the more sex, the better. According to research presented at last month's annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of Americathe more often a survey of older spouses reported engaging in sexual activity, the more likely they were to find fulfillment in their lives and in their marriages. In examining the responses of some couples aged 65 or older to the iteration of the General Social Survey, a national data-collection program focused on U.
Putting sex on the back-burner again and again can lead to resentmentsand the couple may even eventually find themselves in a sexless marriage. But what about those long-time couples who somehow find a way to prioritize sex no matter what? We asked sex experts to tells us what these happy, healthy and sexually satisfied relationships have in common.
Scientists have crunched the numbers on how often wedded couples get busy in the sheets — and found out what they're into. How do you measure up? Do the deed as often as you go to Sunday brunch, and you're normal as bacon and eggs.
Two of the most common questions I am asked by my clients are "How much sex is normal? These sound like simple questions, but there are no right answers. After all, a couple's sex life is affected by so many different factors: age, lifestyle, each partner's health and sex drive, and most importantly the quality of their relationship.
You pick a show and it abruptly opens to the aftermath of a one night stand. Two strangers wake up, late to work, scrambling to get dressed amidst the empty beer bottles, cigarette butts, and scattered clothing from the night before. Scenery like this is strategically plastered all over television, magazines, advertisements, and the Internet to constantly keep our minds fixated on sex and to desensitize us to the cheap over-sexualization of modern day society.
Here's why This is probably one of the biggest excuses, and whether stress be work or family related it really takes its toll on our sex lives. Brian Willoughby, an assistant from Brigham Young University, told Men's Health: "It's easy to compare in your mind all these previous experiences you've had,".
But sleeping better and embracing your best features can change that, says sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer. In this exclusive interview, she reveals how to spice up your love life after 45… No one gives sex tips like Dr.