How to Have a Healthy Love Life and Exciting Sex with Long-Term Passion

April 26, 2010


Do uou have a healthy love life?   Is your sex exciting and healing?  Are you one of those couples who is having a marriage crisis and needs advice on how to make your marriage work? And what about your body image? Are you happy with your body or need some help? Well, there is always a connection between how much we love our bodies and ourselves and how happy our sex life is. And, of course communication…Marriage Crisis? - Marriage Benefits of a Healthy Love Life

Healthy ideas on on how to have a healthy love life and sex with long-term passion:

* Dr. Beiter, a clinical psychologist and sex therapist has created and developed the Beiter Sexuality Preference Indicator BSPI© and later the Beiter Sexuality Intimacy Index BSII© – survey that might help you communicate sexually.

Do you know your sexual preferences? What about your partner’s sexual preferences? Do you like to have sex with lights on or off? Are you dominant or prefer to be submissive during sex? Do you like marriage games? I encourage you to listen to our interview full of ideas and tips on how to communicate, what certain preferences might mean and how to improve your sex life in general for your marriage benefits. This interview will help all couples to learn more about themselves and their partners. Click to listen to the tips on sexual communication and/or take a survey.

* And if you have been married or in a relationship for a while and need help with tips on how to maintain long-term sexual passion, click to listen to Diana Daffner, a Relationship Counselor and Author of Tantric Sex for Busy Couples who leads Intimacy Retreats for couples and marriage couples where she and her husband teach couples how to deepen their relationship, as well as intimacy which might be not only sexual. Their book Tantric Sex for Busy Couples How to Deepen Your Passion in Just Ten Minutes a Day is a must reading for everyone who want to improve or simply deepen, and make more excited their sexual life.

* Yes, it is so difficult for couples – both young and old – to communicate sexually. You can also listen to our interview with Dr. Dunas on Healing Your Body and Marriage Through Lovemaking and Sex if you need the best way to discuss sex with your partner. You will also learn how to use sexual energy for healing and how to have an exciting sex life even if we are so busy. Click to listen even if you are not in a relationship right now.


Breathe, smile and be happy.

© Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition Counselor, Coach and Radio Show Host

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