Love and Marriage: Sex and Sensuality are Keys to Success.With Valentine’s Day coming up, it’s a perfect time for
couples to assess the sensuality and intimacy levels in their relationship. Many couples put their intimate sensual and
sexual relationship on the back burner and then wonder what happened to the ‘spark’ between them.
Many people do not make time for pleasure, for sexuality and sensuality. Not taking time for pleasure is among the
half-dozen enemies of sexuality. The number one sexual saboteur, though, is stress.
complaints is lack of desire or imbalance between frequency and desire. Working on basic relationship skills – how to
communicate, how to fight, how to ask for changes in behavior – often uncovers the emotional roots in lack of desire.
You’re not going to have great sex if you’re holding grudges or are angry. Unresolved anger destroys passion.
Once couples learn to clear the air between, they usually discover they have been actually been avoiding intimacy.
Women often complain that the only time they get touched is when ‘he’ wants sex. Women often yearn for kissing
goodbye or hello, touching when watching TV, or little hugs while making dinner. And it’s all got to do with
All couples need to establish a healthy sexual rhythm or dance that works for them. For most people, that means some
pattern of regular sexual activity. When couples are rarely having sex, sometimes, the problem is physical, but more