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Thursday, February 17,2011

Squeamish about sex

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
Simply asking these difficult and important questions demonstrates good mothering. Many parents in U.S. society grapple with the topic of how to talk to kids about sex: what to say, when to say it, and what are the repercussions. You are certainly not alone in feeling unnerved by this.
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Thursday, February 10,2011

Stepping into orgasm

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
I'm curious what the tape recording in your head sounds like just as you get to that cliff? My guess is that because both you and your boyfriend are enormously focused on achieving this orgasmic goal, the tape recording keeps repeating, 'Will it happen this time?' Consider three main tips.
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Thursday, February 3,2011

Mindful love-making

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
You are certainly not alone. What you do with these feelings is another matter. If you have an agreement to be sexually exclusive with your boyfriend, then acting on these feelings will obviously breach that trust. But if you have both agreed that friendly flirting is a permissible activity, then enjoy yourself.
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Thursday, January 27,2011

Successful sex is a journey, not a destination

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
I suggest having an open and honest conversation about what your relationship means to both of you. Because of the distance, perhaps there is a part of you that fears she is not fully on board in the relationship, and therefore, your body is responding by withholding (in this case, withholding ejaculation).
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Thursday, January 20,2011

Love the one you're with

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
I believe all women have the potential to be a goddess in the bedroom. This entails cultivating a deep sense of confidence in your own skin. The most seasoned 'goddesses' are those women who exude an authentically sensual and sexual energy.
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Thursday, January 13,2011

Recovering the romance

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
Expect your husband to feel a range of emotions, including the possibility of intense rage and grief. This is very normal. Allow him to express these feelings, and be open to answering questions about the affair. He may want to know why the affair happened, including exact details, and what steps you are taking to disengage from this third person.
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Thursday, January 6,2011

Beyond the margins of monogamy

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
That said, polyamory is not necessarily the answer to the monotony of monogamy. Spiritually, ask yourself what feels spiritually unfulfilling. Are there sentiments going unsaid, or questions unanswered? Is it easier to stay silent on certain issues, especially sexual ones, than ask for change?.
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Thursday, December 30,2010

Sexual health for the new year

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
But determining what qualifies as sexually healthy is an outstanding start. We have measures of health for fitness, like ideal weight ranges and body fat percentages. We have measures of health for illness, like ideal cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
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Thursday, December 23,2010

Holiday horniness

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
Show her around the country, wine and dine her, and let the natural sexual tension build and hopefully eventually envelop both of you. Dont rush the sexual activities, as she might feel pressured if you act too soon. You want things to emerge authentically.
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Thursday, December 16,2010

Keeping courtship and commitment

By Dr. Jenni Skyler
Your level of sexual desire is like your fingerprint, unique to you. And since we all have distinctive fingerprints, we all have different levels of desire. The issue becomes more noticeable and frustrating when those levels of desire are vastly different.
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