St. Patrick’s day has become an American holiday of revelry. There are parades, pub crawls, themed parties, festivals, and so much more… Nearly every community has some kind of celebration, and it’s a great opportunity to cut loose with your spouse! Now, what we’re really getting at is “getting lucky” in the bedroom – but

Bodies change with age, and that can lead to a very problematic (but common) misconception for married couples. The assumption is that sex declines with age, but that doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, sex can get even better after middle age! While this is true for both men and women, today we’ll

Most of us recognize the importance of sex in romantic relationships. Between the advice plastered across newsstand magazines, the wide world of products designed to “help” people with their sex lives, and even our own natural desires – it’s pretty clear that sex is a big deal to humankind! But what about when it stops

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! On this fun-filled holiday, we want to talk about getting lucky with your spouse – though perhaps more accurately, making your own luck in the bedroom! You see, days like today offer the opportunity for some extra playfulness – and in turn, show you what an important element fun and games

Self-esteem is a tricky topic. There are so many factors, both internal and external, that can affect how you feel about yourself, and those things can change seemingly on a dime… Improving self-esteem is just as complicated. It can involve a myriad of changes – the most important of which have to happen in your

If things aren’t going so well in the bedroom, don’t fret! With the right strategies and right mentality, you can get your groove back… In the first part of our series, we looked at 4 ways to get your sex life back on track. Ensuring that you have a healthy, satisfying sex life is an

Sex is an extremely important part of a healthy marriage. While we will all have some different preferences and needs, and even different ideas about what a “satisfying” sex life looks like, physical intimacy is a critical part of developing and maintaining healthy bond. Unfortunately, many couples slip into bad habits, grow complacent, or begin

For many young couples, and those beginning to approach middle age, there’s a huge misconception about the physical side of marriage. For whatever reasons, people tend to think that sex just disappears when you turn 50 – but that couldn’t be further from the truth! Now, it is true that many people also begin to

Men often get a bad rap when it comes to sex. The classic complaint is that “all he wants is sex,” or “every time he touches me, it’s just because he wants sex…” While many men may have a more direct and “up front” sex drive than their wives, statements like those above overlook a

Physical intimacy is an important part of a healthy marriage, but for many couples (especially after they’ve been married a long time), getting on the same page sexually can prove to be a challenge. The most common example of this disconnect is when husbands “want more sex” than their wives… It’s a fairly typical dynamic