I have been with my boyfriend for about a year. He recently transferred law schools, so now we’re in a long distance relationship. I really value physical touch in love-language-speak and, well, long-distance makes that a bit difficult.
Do you have any recommendations for keeping things hot?
Amy, 27, SC
We’re on the eve of a brand new decade. It’s about to be 2020, and while contemplating my fresh resolutions, sex is at the front of my mind.
This year, I’m making a point to do things differently in my bedroom and in my sex life. I want to walk into 2020 unafraid and ready to challenge myself sexually and romantically.
These are my New Year’s Sex-o-lutions.
Long-term relationships are hard. Through the ups, downs, arguments, and compromises you’ll probably reach a point where you feel disconnected from your partner.
We all want to make love work and prioritize our relationships. But you might need some guidance to help keep things on track.
In these busy modern times, we often feel inundated with health advice. While we all want to do what’s best for us, picking a wellness practice and sticking to it can be tricky.
As a listener of the podcast, you’ve probably heard Emily say “meditate, masturbate, manifest” more than once. I mean, she even put it on a vibrating necklace…pretty sexy stuff if you ask me. She’s passionate about those things for a reason; they are good for you!
So today I’m going to be teaching you about what each means. I’ll also show you how they benefit your sex life, and some tips for how to make them into a consistent habit. Ready? Let’s dive in.
Fantastic foreplay, is it the missing ingredient for your perfect sexual menu? I get it, sex is fun! It’s hard to wait to enjoy it, and you want to rush to the main course (penetrative sex).
However, foreplay can be just as fun, and perhaps even more so. By the time you’ve finished reading this blog, you’ll be a foreplay champ, and your lovers can thank me later.
My boyfriend and I have always had frequent, great sex, but right now I’m in a dry spell. We’re having a hard time getting on the same schedule.
When we have sex it’s great, but we never seem to be wanting it at the same time.
I’ve also had another issue: I’ve been getting dry with condoms. It’s making sex uncomfortable and hard to enjoy. Help!
In the dynamic pool of dating and more, it goes without saying no two couples are exactly alike.
Between different interests, goals, temperaments and zodiac signs – it’s a wonder how we’re ever able to wade through the crowds to find a companion who suits our fancy. But for as unique as each of us are, somehow couples often manage to find themselves up against the same relationship ruts.
On today’s show, Emily is taking your calls, and giving you sure-fire ways to take your sex life and your relationships to the next level.
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Hey, you. Yes, you—exhausted, resentful, sexless mom of three, I’m talking to you.
I know. There’s magenta Sharpie on the wall, a 3-inch layer of dog hair on the floor, and you just stepped on something slimy that you think was cheese (you’ll check it later). You haven’t had a haircut (other than when you took the scissors to your own hair) in eight months and your feet are so calloused, you could run the Kentucky Derby and no one would look twice. Every part of that is true.
But we need to talk about just one thing: the sexless part. Keep reading.
We, as adults, are all about long-term investments. We invest in a relationship that we believe will go the distance. We invest in our 401k, we invest in our dream homes and our dream cars. And yet, we never think to invest in one of the most vital aspects of our relationship – our dream sex life. We focus so intently on the other pieces of the puzzle, and let sex just fade into the background without even realizing how important it really is. Continue Reading