Saturday, June 29, 2013

Your Tantric Remedy for Daily Stress

If daily stress is getting you down, Robyn Vogel has a Tantric remedy.
Are you tired from all the running around you do each day? Have you been going and going and going? When was the last time you made love with your partner (or yourself?) I'm going to teach you THE most valuable tool for handling the every day stress. Ready? STOP.

What?? (Yep, you read correctly - STOP.)

The thing is -- it's an energetic thing. It's not easy or we'd all be doing it. It's not simple or you wouldn't be tired. And it's not exactly what you think -- it's deeper, and more subtle, but also wayyyy more powerful than you think!

It's an experience. Ready? Read more

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Sexual Healing: The Top 10 Ways that Orgasms Benefit Your Health

Training for a 5k? Watching Hoarders reruns on Instant Netflix? Or if your exercise regimen is somewhere in between, take heart: Sex is aerobic activity, and it's great for cardiovascular health. Says Dr. Rachel Needle, a psychologist at the Center for Marital and Sexual Health of South Florida, “One act of intercourse is the exercise equivalent of 30 minutes of jogging and walking nine holes of golf." The benefits have only just begun...
The Best Medicine
A visit from Dr. Feelgood, a.k.a. an orgasm, releases endorphins that produce euphoria, pleasure, and occasionally uncontrollable laughter. (My friend’s dating a girl who goes “Heh, heh, heh” after she comes. Like the Hamburglar.) Read more

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Can an Open Relationship Work?

Can true love really include sex with other people? Here's how to find out if it might work for you.
Most people would like to have her cake and eat it too, but is that really possible within the confines of a committed relationship? Some couples think so and, as a result, appear to live quite happily with each other while still having sex with other people.

While hard-and-fast statistics about open relationships are hard to come by, some experts estimate that up to 4 percent of couples practice polyamory, allowing themselves and their partners to seek sexual experience beyond the common boundaries of marriage. When open relationships work, they're based on trust, understanding and communication. When they don't, it's often because jealousy and resentment creep in.

If you're looking for a little sexual adventure, an open relationship can be a way to have your cake (each other) and other people on the side. But can true love really include sex with other people? Here's how to find out if it might work for you. Read more