• Take this Way When Your Half Isn't Interested In Sex

    Of course, it's a disappointment when your partner isn’t interested in sex when you are, but that’s all it is — a disappointment. If you're in a long-term relationship, there will be other times.I often hear from women, who are usually not as experienced at initiating, “I’ve tried being the one to start things a few times, but I hate being turned down.”
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  • 5 easy steps to reach in the mood, 88% people success

    Sex with life partner can cheer one's up, mellow one's out, and make one feel needed and desired—but sometimes, there is a question lying to me on figuring out how to get in the mood. And it's hard to figure out how to explain to, "I don't feel like having sex, but I want to feel like having sex.". Strange, eh~I think we've all had those days (and sometimes wee
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  • Making Love an Emotional Choice and Avoid Distraction

    Making love an emotional choiceYour wife is more likely to make a cognitive decision when she wants to make love and appreciates having the opportunity to create the right mental and emotional attitude. It isn't the more immediate, hormonal surge that it can be with you. Wives love surprises and being spontaneous, but they are usually not crazy about quickies or jumping into bed the mi
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  • Nurturing Through Orgasms between George and Helen

    George had a higher desire for sexual activity than Helen did. She explained that it wasn’t that she didn’t like sex or didn't have a desire to make love, she just did not want to become actively involved on some evenings when she was fatigued. The following technique revolutionized their sex life. At least once a week, she pleasured him to an orgasm without her active participatio
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  • Are You Emotionally Passionate and Mysteriously Creative?

    Emotionally PassionateMy granddaughter continually amazes me with her uninhibited expressions of awe at the world around her. Christmas lights make her yell, ice cream gets her excited, the kitty brings squeals of joy, and discomfort produces cries of pain. Her feelings come out immediately, whether in a church service or awakening in the middle of the night.An ancient Greek philosopher sa
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  • Do You Have Passionate Power?

    You have tremendous power to arouse your husband. He desires and needs you. (A crucial note: Sometimes you won't turn him on. Don’t assume he’s gay, having an affair, or that you're not attractive. Be a detective and explore what is going on in his life. Persist through to healing and change even if it takes professional help.) You may be reluctant to use your feminine power,
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  • Bring God's Love and Values into Your Marriage and Lovemaking

    There have been many different interpretations about what is permissible for a Christian as you 11 “browse among the lilies” and “taste the choice fruits” of your sexual garden. An example of this would be the different views about oral sex. Though the Song of Solomon seems to imply oral sex, the Christian community has often been skeptical of this behavior, sometimes for unworthy
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  • Are You A Passionate Leader?

    Most wives want husbands who are strong and confident and can provide unasked-for nurturing. They would like men who are not always predictable but have spontaneous energy and mystery. Wives at times want to be 'taken”— not in a demanding or abusive way, but out of a passionate desire for their femininity from a self-confident husband. They want to be swept off their feet and rom
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  • Flirting Rules of Engagement for Him

    Just as playing together helps you laugh together, flirting helps you to laugh-and binds you together because you share a relationship with your spouse that is totally unique.Flirting is a ton of fun, but instead of thinking of flirting as saying to her, 'let’s have sex!", think of flirting as a way to communicate to her, “I love you. I value you. I think you’re a ton of fun
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  • Flirting Rules of Engagement for Her

    A few ground rules shall be strengthened. When you flirt, you’re telling your husband, “I’m interested. I find you attractive. I want you.” So if you do start adding flirting into your relationship, you're going to have to make sure you add some sex in there, too, or else your guy is going to be getting very mixed messages (and he'll be very frustrated).Does flirting mean t
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