We’re all friends here, so I’m going to get straight to it; do you ever find yourself feeling frustrated, stressed, or anxious because you just can’t seem to reach orgasm?
Sex in midlife can be entirely more satisfying, more explorative and more exciting than it was in our fumbling younger years. As we get older and more experienced, we get to know what we like, what our partner likes, and generally tend to have higher standards than we did in our “figuring it out” seasons.
Becoming aware of how you and those close to you “speak love” can suddenly help a lot of things make sense. There’s a theory gaining traction that we all communicate via five distinct Love Languages, which represent how we individually define giving and receiving love.
Lack of communication is major danger-zone for any relationship, with couples who split up spending an average of just four minutes a day in conversation.
It’s one of the greatest love affairs– an owner and their dog – as Marina Gask discovered but, it can also come with heartbreak.
Talking about challenges in our love lives is something many of us find difficult.
After three years of juggling dating apps and unsuitable men our writer thinks she has found love. So how did she do it?