Adulthood Entry of Boy-Girl

Sex and Health

Masturbation in Males and Females

Dispelling Myths about Sex

Sexual Fantasy

The First Night

How to Arouse a Woman

Erogenous Female Zones

Vaginal Stimulation for Easy Entry

Tips to Enhance  Males Sex Desire

How to Arouse a Man

Use Your Mouth to Arouse him

Different  Charming Postures

Make Sex Hotter

 

Queries for the Married Life

The following questionnaire is based on Gottman’s seven  principles of making marriage work.  Answer true or false for each,  then score yourself at the conclusion.  If you’re feeling brave, have your partner take the same test and see how your compare.

1.

I can list my partner’s major aspiration and hopes in life

T

F

2.

I know my partner’s current major worries

T

F

3.

I know the three most  special times in my spouse’s life

T

F

4.

I can easily list the three things I most admire about my partner

T

F

5.

I often  touch or kiss my spouse affectionately.

T

F

6.

Our sex life is generally satisfying.

T

F

7.

I look forward to spending my free time with my partner.

T

F

8.

My partner is one of my best friend.

T

F

9.

My partner tells  me when he or she has had a bad day.

T

F

10

I am genuinely interested in my spouse even  when we disagree.

T

F

11.

I usually learn a lot from my spouse even when we disagree.

T

F

12.

I feel I have an important say when we make  decisions.

T

F

13.

I can admit that I cam wrong.

T

F

14.

Even  when we  disagree, we can maintain a sense of humour.

T

F

15.

My spouse is good at soothing me when  I get upset.

T

F

16.

My partner and I are a good  team.

T

F

17.

When we argue, winning isn’t my objective.

T

F

18.

I accept that there are issues we will never resolve.

T

F

19.

We share many similar  values in our roles as husband and wife.

T

F

20.

We share  many happy memories.

T

F

Scoring : 13 or more true answers:  You have a solid  relationship  that will probably endure until both of your are  toothless and incontinent.  Fortunately, you’ll still be so in love that neither of you will  notice.

7 to 12 true answers:  This is a pivotal time in your relationship.  There are many strengths you can  build upon, but there are also some weaknesses that need tending.  It’s time to put down that TV remote and get away  for the weekend.

6 or fewer true answers:  You may be in danger of breaking apart.  If this  scares you, you probably  still value the relationship enough to try to save it.  honest talk is needed.  But if that’s not possible, you may want to consult a therapist or marriage counsellor.

Marital Red Alerts : “Every marriage ought  to be  equipped with a built-in early-warning system,” Says Gottman.  “This allows  you to talk about issues while they’re still minor.”   The following  marital red alert detector will help you to do  just  that.  More than  two ‘yes’ answers  means trouble is brewing, and  you should talk about it now.
  • When I’m  with my  partner, I  often  want to be  somewhere else.
  • There is tension between us.
  • My partner has little idea what  I’m thinking.
  • I wish  we were closer right now.
  • My partner  has wanted to be alone a lot lately.
  • We’ve been fighting more often.
  • There hasn’t been  much fun or joy in our lives lately.
  • Small issues have a tendency  to escalate.
  • We have been hurting each other’s feelings.
  • We really need to talk.

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Food to Enhance  Sexual Potency

Yogic Exercises for Better Sex Life

Homeopathic , Ayurvedic and Acupressure Treatment

The Modern  Techniques and Methods for  Birth Control

Queries for the Married Life

How to Educate About Sex

Important Words of Sex

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