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LOVE & RESPECT

LOVE AND RESPECT

“RESPECT IS ONE OF THE GREATEST EXPRESSION OF LOVE”

“WITHOUT RESPECT, LOVE IS LOST; WITHOUT CARING, LOVE IS BORING; WITHOUT HONESTY, LOVE IS UNHAPPY. WITHOUT LOVE IS UNSTABLE”

Love without Respect is deadly. It has a great potential to destroy the other person, do you know why?

  • Because You need to understand the person is not You.
  • Because He/ She is not a reflection of You.
  • Because He/ She is not your toy nor pet.
  • Because He/ She is not your product.

Imagine this, if you understand the other person as a unique individual, you will learned to mesh your needs with his of hers.

And you can help what He/ She wants to achieve.

Love and Respect, if this two dwell in harmony in your relationship; TRUST is build-up.

Love and respect can never be separated in a relationship. You give value to the other person in a more significant way than everyone else.

Reality Check:

“How could a person truly love you if he could not even respect you?”

“Is His/ Her intention found only on his/ her own selfish desires, or does he/ she take your growth and welfare into consideration?”

Noisy During Sex? …What?

Do you remember the reaction of the lovers, the sound and noise they make during sex, especially in the climax stage of the scene (Like X-Rated Movies)?

“They are in throes of passion and they aren’t just shouting their ecstasy from the rooftops, they’re M-O-A-N-I-N-G with pleasure.”

Take note: “Loudly!”

The questions is, is there really something to noisy sex or just part of the script?

The Reality Reveals the Truth

But this is the fact, researchers found that couples did make noise, yeah! You just read it correctly, they really make noise!.

Check this out:

But not necessarily while they having an orgasm, Instead 66% said that they moaned to speed up their partner’s climax, and 87% stated they vocalised during sex to boost their self- esteem. They make noise to relieve boredom, fatigue and pain or discomfort during sex.

Now Think about this; Fake or not; or moaning during sex.

  • If you’re faking an orgasm, you are signalling to your partner that he or she is doing everything right, when the fact he/she isn’t.

  • Noise or moaning tend to use as a way of signalling that you are excited and things really are feeling good, not as a way to hide that.

  • Noise or moaning during sex can actually be a great tool to help couples get what they want in bed.

  • Use moaning or some noise to teach your partner what feels good. It can help you say “more please”.

  • And it helps woman to turn-on and helps them experience pleasure.

So guys and gals! Every couples and lovers out there! Rock on! Make some noise!!! (Just make sure no one heard, okay, for your privacy – Shalom!)

And by the way if you like a FREE! E-Book, perfect for couples, just click this link. “Perfect ways on How to Avoid Mistakes Couples Make in Bedroom” just click the link.

P.S. By the way I have some video clip here "What will happened if you stop having regular sex with your partner?"

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How to Connect with Your Partner

How To Connect With Your Partner?

One way to connect & share with other people are Romantic or Sexual Relationship.

And often play an important role in our overall health and well-being.In our relationship we all want to be happy.

Many of us have lots of questions, when it comes to romantic or sexual relationship.

It’s important to remember that relationship can be sometimes complicated, unhealthy and unsafe.Understanding your partner needs and wants in the bedroom can help you decide if it will benefits for both of you.

Unfortunately many couples that are not in good shape, if we will talk about relationship, and one-part of it is “in the bedroom”.

Knowing what to avoid & to prevent mistakes can help to have a great intimacy, with this it can provide a great happiness, but they can also be very challenging, and I believe you can do it.

I hope this information helps you in your relationship.

 

 

SEX, LOVE & RELATIONSHIP

“This is a program to help couples to solve their limited ability, mistakes they’ve done before or during sex & to achieve unforgettable moment & wonderful intimacy in their private time, to know & accept what your partner’s want & needs, for Love and Respect.”

 

How sex in marriage could be improved?

If you’re married or thinking about getting married, at some point or another you’ve wondered what better sex in marriage would be like.

It is easier to say than doing, in keeping the sexual spark alive in a marriage or in a long-term relationship.

However, expert say “couples who take time to cultivate and maintain healthy and satisfying sexual relations tend to be more connected with each other and do not suffer from depression, heart problems and other health maladies”.

Career, children or financial responsibilities, these are the daily routines of life. But for couples these are the challenges to keep alive that flame that initially brought them together. There’s less time for sex and intimacy as relationships develop and individual partners take on more responsibilities, from a practical standpoint. And furthermore, ageing brings on a host of physical conditions that can affect life in the bedroom, including sexual dysfunction, arthritis and rheumatism, and cardiovascular conditions, and a host of other problems.

 

Whatever the reasons for brewing trouble in the bedroom — whether emotional or physical in nature — the good news is that many such problems are easily treated. Moreover, troubles in a couple’s sexual relationship are often signs of other problems, and can serve as a warning sign for still bigger troubles ahead.

Mistakes; Emotional or physical in nature, whatever the reasons for brewing trouble in the bedroom, the good news is that many such problems are easily treated.

“A good sex life is an important part of an individual’s overall health,”

“Sex can be a wonderful cementer or a terrible wedge”

By Sex Therapist

“Anyone who is in love is making love the whole time, even when they’re not. When two bodies meet, it is just the cup overflowing. They can stay together for hours, even days. They begin the dance one day and finish it the next, or–such is the pleasure they experience–they may never finish it. No eleven minutes for them.” By Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes