Frequent Sex Linked With Better Verbal Memory in Women

If women need another reason to have more frequent sex, a recent study from McGill University in Canada may have it: Sex may strengthen a woman’s hippocampus, the region of her brain associated with memory, so more frequent sex may give women better memory. Although the findings are controversial, they do offer at least a scientific motivation to have even more fun under the sheets. The study revealed that women who have more penis in vagina intercourse (PVI) remembered more words when given a verbal recognition test, although sexual activity did nothing to help…

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5 Ways Technology Changed Romance

Online Dating 2016: 5 Ways Technology Changed Romance; Plus Love Life Predictions For 2017 Technology and dating have evolved into a dynamic duo when it comes to finding love in the digital age. Online dating is a big part of our culture, with 15 percent of Americans using online dating sites or mobile dating apps. The growing usage of technology to meet romantic partners has led scientists to explore the relationship that exists between technology and dating. Modern technology has given online daters an almost unlimited supply of fresh dates, so people…

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Our Eyes Instantly Differentiate Between Sexual, Romantic Attraction When Seeing Strangers

Our Eyes Instantly Differentiate Between Sexual, Romantic Attraction When Seeing Strangers; Is It Love At First Sight? A new study from the University of Chicago suggests that there may be some truth to the concept of love at first sight. By using eye movement trackers, they discovered that we view potential romantic partners completely differently than those we are merely sexually attracted to within moments of first laying eyes on them. The Eyes Know Love from Lust Dating is often a confusing and difficult process; how do you know if…

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How to talk your child about sex

If your child is asking questions about sex, they’re ready for truthful answers. It’s never too early to start talking about it – find out how to go about it. Children are naturally curious about their bodies and other people. By answering any questions they ask, you can help them understand their bodies, their feelings and other people’s feelings. This is a good basis for open and honest communication about sex and relationships, growing up and going through puberty. Talking to children about sex won’t make them go out and do it.…

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The Biggest Mistake Couples Make In Therapy

When couples arrive in my office, often mad at one another for past hurts, they almost always make a huge mistake. They vent! They think that the therapy room is a safe place to say the things that they haven’t felt safe to say before. While that may be true, it doesn’t mean it will be helpful. Yesterday, I witnessed this working with a couple who have been married for 20 years. They have been living separately for the past two months, and they came to see me to decide…

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Giving Sexual Advice to My Grown Daughters

There comes a time when every parents should talk to his daughters about sex. That’s what I did after on my daughter’s fourteenth birthday. Wait to have sex Of course a father would do well to speak about sex with his children before they are in their forties, but it’s never too late. And the conversation I had isn’t specific to my daughters; it’s about men, women and sex in general. After doing couples counseling for twenty-five years I’ve come to believe that women who make men wait an extended…

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