When attempting to woo a woman, every man must remember that the slightest comment can make a big difference - it could either flatter her to no ends, or offend her in ways that you didn't think was possible.
Your honeymoon was probably glorious. The two of you could finally reconnect now that the worries of wedding planning were safely behind you. Being the center of attention and looking forward to a life together usually inspires romance, not to mention great sex.
Newlyweds – and married couples in general – face lots of stress. You have to find ways to deal with stress and release some of that tension. Or else your health could decline, you could get cranky, and you’ll start to get on each other’s nerves.
This is one of the most common questions posed by couples expecting their first child. Their lack of knowledge regarding the correct method, timing and frequency cause varied misconceptions and at times, a total withdrawal from sex.
They say sex is a great stress buster. They are right because love-making has been found to relive the pressure of the burdens of life, ease stress, soothe chronic aches and pains, spur creativity and rev up the energy levels.
According to the research, adults who make love first thing in the morning apparently not only feel more upbeat for the rest of the day, but also benefit from a stronger immune system.
If you are looking at a way of justifying your decision to skip that badminton game and spend the afternoon locked up in your bedroom with your girlfriend, we'll give you more than one. An average lovemaking session burns between 50 to 100 calories.
Fortunately, sexual pleasure is not all about intercourse. Improving vaginal tone is something you should discuss with your doctor, who may have a remedy – possibly a hormonal cream. Don't be shy – you deserve to be helped.
If there's one thing we absolutely, definitely know about sex, it's that men desperately want penetration and women need more hugs to be happy. Except that, actually, maybe that isn't true at all, because an international survey of couples.