Things that arrive in my inbox have no rhyme or reason. This month must be sex month, given what’s shown up. So I’m giving you all the goods. At once. (Writing about sex isn’t nearly as much fun as having it, so you get this one post, K?)
Many lists exist about what creates a long-standing marriage. I like this idea – four simple steps. Guess what number four is? Cultivate a healthy passion. Nice way to put it. Proactive. Succinct. Rich-sounding.
Cultivate = You have to nurture it. It doesn’t just happen.
Healthy = That means not hurtful, manipulative or harmful to psyche or body.
Passion = This speaks to being energetic and enthusiastic.
But, sometimes you need a little help in those areas. So below are some resources to help get you started (or keep going)
- Benchmarking Help. Wonder if you are getting more or less than others? God Bless America. Now, who’s getting laid? All charts and graphs for easy understanding. But, if 42 percent of the men report having sex on the first date and just 17 percent of the women report doing the same, how does that work exactly?
- Aging Help. Feeling a little old for all this in this department? Tips to maintain a healthy sex life later in life provides some sound advice. “Expanding your idea of sex” was one good thought.
- Seduction Help. Want to add a little spice? But, your significant other needs a little, well, help? As in, specific help? 101 Nights of Grrrrreat Sex. This book is incredible. 101 sealed pages. Half are for her and half are for him. If you open one, you are committing yourself to the seduction instructions inside. (You don’t show your partner the “assignment.” You just do it.) Terrific for getting men to think “outside the box” but in ways we females wish they would. And, Husband reports they got it right on the male side, too.