Are You in Love, but your Sex Life Sucks? In this video, Micki shares why many people find their sex lives lacking even with the one they love -- and what they can do about it.
Traditional May Celebrations Traditionally, the month of May marks the return of springtime in the Northern Hemisphere. The first day of May, also known as May Day, is still celebrated in many parts of the globe. The ancient Celts called May Day “Beltane”—the day halfway between spring and summer as the time of fecundity and… Continue reading The Merry Month of May…sturbation
Knowing the seven pillars of strong, healthy relationships is important knowledge for anyone who wants to build, nurture, and solidify their personal and interpersonal relationships.
Sex education in America sucks. And, not in a good way. Many women, rather than embracing and celebrating their feminine sexuality, are suffering with feelings of shame and disdain because of distressing religious judgment and crappity-crap cultural conditioning. These women are then expected to enter into long-lasting relationships and marriages and react as authentic sensual beings. Shyuh,… Continue reading Supporting Adult Sex and Pleasure Education
Knowing the seven pillars of strong, healthy relationships is important knowledge for anyone who wants to build, nurture, and solidify their personal and interpersonal relationships. These crucial components must be practiced by each individual for both their partner as well as for themselves -- because we are the one constant in every relationship we experience… Continue reading 7 Pillars of Strong Relationships (video series, parts 1-3)
Knowing the 5 Stages of Relationships can help you and your partner navigate towards a stronger, more intimate and lasting relationship.
Sex without orgasm? You're jokin', right?
Research has shown time and time again that most relationships end because of loss of intimacy and connection.
Let's face it, we don't know what we don't know. If you were asked to create a delicious four course meal from scratch that would be enticing, balanced, and healthy for your dinner guest, where would you begin?
It's unreasonable to think that another person automatically knows what turns us on or off ...