What does sexting achieve? Well it all depends on what YOU and your sexting partner want out of the act. Is it the rush that you are looking? Does it provide both you and the person you are indulging with excitement? Is your relationship showing signs of improvement? If it's not your partner in life you are sexting, can you trust this person?
Lots of questions you have to ask yourself and the person who you are passing the time with. Here are a few guidelines to safe sexting:
1. Make sure this is the "right" person. I know it sounds so obvious, but you can never be TOO sure when it comes to sending intimate messages to another person.
2. If you do decide to exchange pictures make sure your face and any unique identifying marks aren't visible. It would be horrible going into your kids school and all the teachers know where your heart shaped birthmark is located.
3. Take precautions if you are involved with someone else and sexting another. Maybe deleting all the messages or even putting a lock code on your cell phone (if it isn't too obvious) would be good options.
4. Have fun. Relax. Enjoy. You aren't sitting in front of your sexting partner so your confidence may be brimming over at this point.
5. Please sextxt with someone who is of LEGAL age! Do not end up jail bait because you are sexting a child.
Just have a good time with your as sexual discovery. This isn't too heavy! If you take in consideration the do's and don't's, this is the safest type of sex play you could have!
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So many believe sex when we were younger was it, nothing will be as exciting again! Well hold your horses. Studies show sex can be just as fulfilling if not MORE satisfying as we age.
We do understand as we age, if does take longer to become sexually arouse, because of that some men and women worry about their performance in the bedroom. Sex is just as healthy and necessary the exercise your doctor recommends. So get back into practice. Once you’re back in the habit, you’ll start to feel better and your sex drive should naturally increase
A good sex life involves a lot more than the actual act of sex. It’s also about intimacy. If you have health problems or physical disabilities, you can engage in intimate acts and enjoy the closeness of your partner. Take the pressure off by putting aside your old ideas of what sex "should be." Focus instead on the importance of tenderness and contact.
Tell me how do YOU spice up a relationship if you are over 40? Share if you dare.
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Now during the summer months, we feel a bit more sex anyway. The freedom of wearing skimpy, sexy outfits. Texting your lover that you want to skinny dip in your favorite lake. Sensual picnics in the privacy of your back yard. But it has been proven that summer sun isn't just great for rendezvous or a tan.
There has been studies done that linked warmer weather with an improved sex drive due to a hormone called the melanocyte stimulating hormone (MSH), which stimulates the sex drive in women and is secreted when the sun is shining.
And in both men and women there is the "happy, feel good" transmitter called serotonin is generated more in the brain in spring and summer months. With the increase strength of the sunlight the production of serotonin increases. That explains why you feel more frisky in the warmer months.
So as fall and winter come upon us we don't have the strong desire to hop in bed with our partner. With the intensity of the sun light not being as strong the production of serotonin has decreased (what?? Oh no!). The hormones are being replaced by melatonin and this acts the opposite way serotonin acts.
But everyone is different, remember what may be a great impact on one person may not be as much with someone else. There are of course other factors that may reduce your sex drive. If you are becoming depressed, eating sugar excessively, sleeping longer than usual; it may be Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Consulting a professional is definitely recommended.
So what are you going to do about it? We can definitely try to get outdoors together more to get as much sun as the weather allows. Then there is always fun things indoor to do such as sensual massages, sexy games and mojo retrieving date nights. I refuse to allow colder months to freeze my fun. (Well I thought it was funny)
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