“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


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