In the middle of the night, while Humphrey was asleep, Pauline quietly packed a suitcase and fled. She took the next flight back home and called her brother and a few close friends.
Her friends rushed to be by her side but they couldn’t help the debate … More In good times & in bad . . .
Whether you’re newly married or 10 years into marriage, sexual incompatibility can happen to anyone. So if you wondering, “Is it possible to prevent sexual incompatibility?” is “Yes,” it can be prevented or at least reduced by better preparation for marriage, but the answer is also, “No,” in that there will still be some degree of incompatibility once you put all the pieces of marriage together.
By all means discuss it ahead of time with a potential spouse if it’ll make you more comfortable. But once you get married, whatever the sexual situation is, that’s what you have to work with as well as you can. And of course, you might have to learn some things and change some things as well, whether it be your attitude, your responses, your level of patience and understanding, your thoughts and core beliefs, or your degree of faith, etc. Whatever the situation, you just have to work happily with it. … More I don’t think we are actually sexually compatible
The presence of sexuality in your relationship definitely enhances the spontaneity of your relationship. Even the most hectic work can be a routine in the sense that you know you’re in for a busy schedule all day or even week. And life can be a cycle, taking care of others more than yourself. So I’m sure you will appreciate some spontaneous gestures borne of shared intimacy in your relationship rather frequently. If for no reason at all, some level of excitement is good for your health. So don’t shut your spouse down just because you’re not in the mood all the time. If you give them a chance, you might find that they’ll ease you into the mood with little or no help at all. You just have to drop every other thing where they belong and let your spouse appreciate where they belong in your life too. 😉 … More Sexuality & Relationships
They say men are moved by sight and women by words. Although this may not always at 100% of the time be true but it is common to a large extent because it is true that men and women are different emotionally, mentally, and physically. The differences are so extreme that without a concentrated effort to understand them individually, it is nearly impossible to have a happy and hitch-free relationship.
Of course, every woman wants a man who is a good listener, paying attention not only to her words but every other detail about her. A woman wants a man who is generous and can guarantee security. A woman wants a man who can take charge in that ‘big daddy’ way. A woman wants a man who is sensitive and patient to her confusions and flaws. Now put all these in one man and a woman is almost automatically turned on.
I would imagine that what turns a married man on, for instance, is circumstantially different from what turns a single guy on. Say for instance, a married man who hardly gets quality time with his wife because of the children, of course, a rear date night would be a major turn on for him, whereas a single guy may be more turned on by what his date is wearing for the night. Get it? So in the case while intimacy may be the common name for this, the levels of intimacy are differently appreciated in a married and a single man. Of course, every man wants to feel value and know that you put him into consideration in everything you do but I can’t say that necessary turns a man on. When a man gets excited, it’s pretty straight forward to ‘see’.
It’s needless to say that men and women experience sexual arousal and satisfaction very differently. A man’s drive is fairly constant in and out of season, devoid of cycle and disturbing hormones. A woman is stimulated more by touch and romantic words. She is far more attracted by a man’s personality. While a man needs little or no preparations for sex, a woman often needs working on to attain that level of readiness.
So the next time you truly want to experience that special moment with your partner, be careful to know what it means for them and how to get/help them feel satisfied.
The weekend is still young. Lock out every distraction and get to it!
… More What gets me womanly is different from what feeds your manhood