Sometimes you want to take the "if it's not broke don't fix it" mentality to sex and just leave things as they are. But even if you're both orgasming and going through all of the stages, the sex can still …
But even after the breakup, it's not over. Your first relationship has a huge effect on the relationship that come afterward.
But it turns out that body language can be important even when you're not physically with the other person — like in your online dating profile when you're trying to get more Tinder matches.
One of the best things you can do is to know what you want and be able to spot people who can or can't give it to you— fast.
Many people will say they have a "type" in dating, whether it's more looks- or personality-based.
We talk about "relationship goals," patronize women who are single, and act as though getting married or having children is a place we're all desperate to reach. But being in a relationship shouldn't be conflated with "success."
There may be an another option that would be great for bonding and for your brain. And it involves dusting off your dancing shoes.
The line between role play and fantasy can sometimes be a little blurry, but, on the more basic level, is it OK to think about someone else during sex?
Sometimes, the relationship is falling apart or one person isn't getting their needs met, but other times, it's not always easy to get to the bottom of what makes someone cheat.
Being open and communicating what does and doesn't work for you during sex not only is a direct way to get what you want, but it's also a way to be more open and intimate with your partner — it's …