Summer is here and there is only one thing on your mind: sex, sex, oh and a little more sex, please.
It's a great time of year to be in a new romance. There's nothing that compares to summer lovin', but If you're in a long term relationship and you're the one in the mood and your partner is not, maybe it's time to consider a little bit of canoodling…
Kissing can be "more intimate than having sex" but is one of the first things to go in a long-term or sexless marriage, according to Jill Blakeway, clinic director of the YinOva Center in New York City in a new article featured on the Huffington Post. Blakeway is th author of the forthcoming book Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido. She says that when kissing stops, it's the first step to losing passion in a relationship.
How do you get your kisses to be as passionate as the ones that you fondly remember in old black and white movies like Casablanca and Notorious? Blakeway says you don't have to be movie stars like Cary Grant or Ingrid Bergman to feel the earth move under your feet when you lock lips with your significant other -- all you need is to know a few key moves to rekindle the passion in your relationship again.