Posted by admin on November 7, 2009
Communication with your partner is an important key to enjoying better sex. This shouldn’t be very surprising for you, yet it is probably the most difficult part about being intimate with a partner. Many remain quietly dissatisfied, going so far as faking sexual satisfaction. You cannot expect your partner to know what feels good without as much as a cue, especially if you have never expressed any sort of dissatisfaction before.
The reluctance to talk comes from fear of rejection or that you will harm the other’s feelings. But your partner may want to talk as well, but fears that they will be rejected or hurt you in turn. Even in a good and loving relationship where trust is important, sex is often a sensitive subject to most people. While difficult, creating an open dialogue about sex produces results that both can be happy about, resulting in a better relationship overall. Here are a few tips to keep in mind about talking to your partner.
Posted by admin on November 1, 2009
Nowadays women have finally gotten their fair due in the category of all-natural sexual arousal and pleasure enhancers. Currently, there are dozens of such products on the market for men (not to mention several prescription medications that cater only to men), but only very recently have women’s products moved into consumer focus. It’s a booming segment of the natural supplement market that’s more popular than ever.
However, the use of herbs and nutrients to enhance female sex drives and pleasure is nothing new. For many years, folk medicine and naturopathic healing have had a variety of natural and botanical ingredients in their arsenal of tools to combat women’s flagging sexuality due to fatigue, stress, dietary deficiency, aging, hormonal changes or emotional upset. What’s new now is the availability of specialized, pre-calibrated formulas in new standardized dosages using many of these time-honored ingredients.
The great news is that these formulas actually do work – so well that women are buying them in record numbers and celebrating the results. The bad news? That the natural supplement market is easily infiltrated by fakes and poseurs, products that do nothing but cost as much as the real thing.
Posted by admin on October 29, 2009
Do you have trouble reaching climax during sex, no matter how excited and ready you really are? Then you may be one of the many women suffering from sexual disorder called “anorgasmia”, and not even know it.
Unfortunately most sexual health research has been devoted to troubles that have plagued men. A man has several options when it comes to curing ailments like erectile dysfunction, including but not limited to surgery, prescription drugs, or supplements. Now serious attention is being taken to your needs.
Now it’s time for the attention to be on you!