Sex Comes First: 15 Ways to Help Your Relationship - Without Leaving Your Bedroom
Kimberly Dawn Neumann
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"He works too much."
"She expects me to know what she's thinking."
"We don't trust one another."
There's a lot that gets in the way of a happy relationship—work, jealousy, and communication issues, just to name a few. However, one thing definitely brings a couple together: sex. Relationship experts Dr. Joel Block and Kimberly Dawn Neumann teach couples how to use sex to build and strengthen their relationship. This new approach shows couples how to use sexual intimacy to conquer obstacles outside the bedroom. The authors identify fifteen of the most common problems couples run into and offer their sexual solution to each one. Sex Comes First will leave everyone satisfied—in every way possible.
Psychology at Swarthmore College. These researchers found that when persons were introduced into a pitch-black room in which there were half a dozen strangers, persons they knew they would never meet again, more than 90 percent touched each other on purpose and nearly 50 percent hugged each other. In contrast, almost none of the participants in a similar group made any sort of tactile contact in a lighted room. The experimenters were struck by the desire of their dark room subjects to make
without communication, they could successfully coordinate their choices — that is, choose the same item — they would receive the items as rewards. They all failed. Not one of the twenty-five participating couples succeeded in predicting one another's choices on as many as five of all twenty items. In still another study, this time involving 116 couples, each partner was asked separately to give the names of persons considered by both partners to be close mutual friends, not including relatives.
the inverted breathing pattern is established, it's time to make the experience more erotic by moving closer and teasing with the lips. With mouth slightly open, lips firm but not rigid, the partners should begin to kiss in a light, playful way. After touching lips softly, they should pull away and take turns lightly licking or sucking each other's lips. This tongue play should be alternated with gentle kissing. Each partner's mouth should extend an invitation before the other partner enters. The
and intimacy and keeping both in sync is a lifelong task. Even with years of experience all of us still make mistakes on occasion. Don't give up. The journey is more than worth the stumbles. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Photo courtesy of Fred Block. Dr. Joel Block is a senior psychologist at North Shore—Long Island Jewish Health System where he supervised doctoral interns at the Sexuality Center for over twenty years. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry on the clinical faculty of Einstein
mind-blowing orgasm or ever-charged libido is the ticket to self-worth; their sack sessions would likely become more fulfilling. Sex could morph from an exercise in mutual game-playing based on falsehoods to a true expression of intimacy. The latter is a much more rewarding option. Additionally, the link between trust and good sex is so strong you can probably imagine how your sex life will suffer if your love-trust is damaged outside the bedroom. Sadly, this sometimes feeds further into mutual