Sunday, 23 November 2014
Thursday, 7 August 2014
Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Happy birthday dearest, you have been a wonder to me and the lovely kids God bless us with. You have been my true source of my 'sexual energy' - a true companion you are, my love for you is committed and lasting, will not remove from the alter of my heart. Will keep loving you dearest, for true peace and sacrifice I do find in you.
Thursday, 6 February 2014
Lovemaking is an important part of romantic relationships. It unites two people who love one another and allows them to communicate their love. However, there are some things to consider in your sexual relationship. Do you wonder if you are satisfying your man in bed? Have you noticed a decline in his interest in the bedroom? Here are seven questions you can ask that may provide some insight:
1. How do you react when your man makes those midnight moves on you to initiate sex?
2. How many times in a month do you initiate sex with your mate?
3. When you want to make love, do you let your man do all the work? Men appreciate you telling them what you need and, in turn, appreciate you listening to them.
4. Do you kiss your man while you make love? Men enjoy kissing while making love.
5. When was the last time you went to bed with your man while wearing lingerie? A little thing like sleepwear can spice up lovemaking.
6. When was the last time you told your man that you love him while making love to him? Talk about an ego booster!
7. When was the last time you cuddled with your man on the couch and then made love afterward?
When you answer these questions truthfully, you may discover things you could be doing to improve both your and his satisfaction in bed. Remember that: 1) lovemaking is just another opportunity to communicate with the man you love; 2) a man never likes to feel rejected by the woman he loves, so remember that the next time he initiates sex; and 3) maybe next time, beat him to it!
Tuesday, 7 January 2014
And I know for a fact men generally want sex more, which could really affect a relationship. But when I realized that our entire motives for love and sex could be that different, I felt really enlightened.
And so this phrase was born – men need to have sex to feel loved, women need to feel loved to have sex. Use it as you wish (and you’re welcome). Of course it’s not a revolutionary thought. Other sexologists have considered this evidence as well. After rummaging through a couple of books I found that backing this theory with evidence is simpler than I would have imagined. There are many reasons why women want love before sex and men want sex before love. For a start, you guys tend to see sex as more of a necessity and women see it as a nice bonus extra. Women want to talk and connect first – but for men sex is the main way to connect. It’s the language you guys use to express how you feel, and it’s also how you like to receive love from your partner.
Hormones have a lot to answer for as well. Women get a huge rush of oxytocin, which is known as the “cuddle hormone”, from sex, so they go looking for anything that bonds them with their partner. On the other hand, men produce 20 times as much testosterone as women do, which gives you constant pressure to have a sexual release. Sex offers you exactly that release, and you experience a rush of dopamine (AKA the “pleasure hormone”), which makes you feel relaxed and ready to love.
Wednesday, 1 January 2014
We shall persever to see our marriage turning from good to better and to best. I sincerely want to appreciate you all for taking time to visit this blog. As this year progresses, we shall be be paying more attention on these four basic principles:
1. That both Husband and wife have sexual needs and drives that should be fulfilled in marriage
2. That as spouses, marriage has made us forfeit control of our body to our partners.
3. That spouses are forbidden to refuse each other as per their sexual needs.
4. That Sexuality in marriage is approved by God and should be upheld.