“Crying after an intense orgasmic release is a great reason to cry,” says Six. “It may just be an additional release of energy, or joy and gratitude at having had such an ecstatic feeling. You can feel out of control, but it’s a release of tension.” She compares it to having a laughing fit following
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Dr. Six is quoted in Martha Stewart Weddings explaining why “You always” and “you never” won’t get you what you want in an argument.
Being intimate with someone can be kinda scary, especially if you’re dating a new boo or don’t have much sexual experience.
“It takes half as long as the relationship lasted, to get over it after the breakup.” In other words, if you were together four years, it’ll take you two years to fully recover. People don’t like to hear this, but Claudia Six, Ph.D., clinical sexologist and relationship coach, says it’s true. “You may lick your
Here’s a piece I wrote for an outfit out of Australia. Making sex happen down under. When sex fades in a relationship, happens less and less frequently to not at all, there’s a very good reason why. When things get gummed up in bed, there’s always a way that it makes perfect sense. You can
It’s that time of the month. Aside from the uncomfortable cramping, not to mention bloating, that comes along with menstruation, it’s no surprise if you and your partner are not interested in sex when Aunt Flo is in town. “Some folks aren’t put off by blood, but most women tend to feel inward and vulnerable