Q. How do I have meaningful sex that is not boring?
A. Put your Heart in to it!
Am I saying that we have a pitiful state of sexual affairs in American culture? Yes I am. Am I also asserting that inspired, intimate lovemaking will help many people lose weight? Absolutely. How can that happen?
If you want less boring and meaningless sex and more inspired lovemaking then do the following:Note from Glen: If you are a woman reading this article there is one important thing I want you to know. Contrary to popular opinion, women are not greatly superior to men when it comes to emotional and sexual intimacy in heterosexual relationships. Yes, you were certainly taught to believe this but in reality and practice it is not true. Do not blame the man in your life for the lack of emotional and sexual intimacy in your relationship. If you hold rigidly to that position you will never find the solution. You and your partner are equally responsible for your current sexual relationship!
1. The heart is the most essential and powerful sexual organ. If you learn to express what is in your heart and allow it to guide your lovemaking you will discover that your entire body, not just your genitals, responds enthusiastically.
2. Certain emotions work far better than KY Jelly. The most lubricating of all emotions include tenderness, vulnerability, sweet affirmation and appreciation, caring, warmth, open-faced need, joy and intense love. Acknowledge that you have these feelings for your partner and begin to share them without hesitation both before and during sex.The two guidelines above may sound simple but they work. Try them. The results could transform your sex life forever. If you want more meaningful and outside the box guidance about love, intimacy and relationships, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any personal health questions or problems mental or physical or before starting any diet or exercise program.Please consult your physician !
Wishing You Great Health!
Glen Edward Mitchell
Any questions? Ask Glen