Dr. Harmon Love
Sex therapist, avid reader and movie fan. Sex is not love but there is no love without sex.
The 10 Best Subscription Boxes for Couples 2019
Keeping up a regular date night might seem like a good way to keep the romance alive in a relationship; but these days, there’s something even better to keep that spark alive. So, whether you’re looking for a great gift for a couple you know or are wanting to bring a bit of excitement into your own relationship, there’s a world of tantalizing subscription boxes made specifically for couples. They're waiting for you just around the corner.
How to Overcome Insecurities When Dating as a Guy
Take it from me, when dating as a guy, it can be a complete crapshoot. As somebody who has dabbled in spur of the moment conversation and the online dating scene (with varying success for both), it is easy to develop insecurities. You will rack your brain over why things don't work, what your limits should be and even when things seem to fall into place.
Must Read Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life
Sex is messy. Yes, in the physical sense, but perhaps more so in the psychological sense: who do we desire, and why? What are the differences between genders when it comes to sexuality and behavior? This next statement might be met with a degree of skepticism, but the science of sex can enhance your relationships in ways only those who have studied it will understand. Sex researchers devote their careers and lives to unpacking the vast complexity that is human sexuality. I can't promise the books will be particularly sexy, but surely learning the science of sex will transform your sex life. Your relationship might be great, but sex and science are the perfect match.
How to Keep Romance Alive When You Live Together
You’ve taken the next step and you and your significant other have moved in together. This move can be an exciting and stressful time, and it can bring changes to your relationship. How do you keep romance alive when you live together, and see each other all the time?
Small Ways Weed Can Improve Your Relationship
Marijuana is currently the world’s most popular drug for both recreational and medicinal use, and one of the many reasons for this is that weed can improve your relationship. Numerous studies have been conducted on this naturally occurring substance that documented health benefits. The psychoactive chemical tetrahydrocannabinol is responsible for producing a high that is influences the functions of the body and can be felt and observed on the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels. In fact, marijuana use has grown exponentially over the years by people of all ages and backgrounds. Weed can improve your relationship by producing whole body relaxation effects and promoting emotional well-being, allowing you to enjoy every aspect of your relationship.
Benefits of Being In a Relationship
Have you ever thought about the benefits of being in a relationship? Being in a long term relationship might not be everybody’s cup of tea. Some people might prefer to keep their options open, others might love their single life, and others might just be scared of commitment. However, there are a series of benefits to being in a relationship that these people often forget about or don't take into account.
Why Men Shouldn't Be Afraid of Sex Toys
Sex is great, and sex toys can make it even better, but many men seem to be intimidated by sex toys while their partners want them to know why men shouldn’t be afraid of toys. There are a number of reasons why men might fear toys in bed, but there are even more reasons why this is a fear to be overcome. Our time in this life is short, and there is nothing wrong with trying to get as much pleasure out of it as possible. Given that, why would you willfully deny yourself added fun and a better time? After all, it’s not like someone looks back at their life and smiles at all the fun they didn’t have. This guide will briefly outline some reasons men fear sex toys and then go on to explain why men shouldn’t be afraid of toys.
Impotent With His Wife
Patrick, a 29-year-old physician, has been married for three years; and already he is losing desire for his exceptionally good-looking 24-year-old wife. For the several months that they lived together before marriage, they’ve had sex two or three times, almost every day of the week. Honeymoon stage if I do say so myself. For the first year after marrying, despite his busy schedule at the hospital where he was taking his residency in pediatrics, they almost kept up this pace. But then Patrick began having trouble ejaculating, and would sometimes have to pursue active intercourse for 45 minutes.
Treating Sexual Paranoia
Though many of our parents' and grandparents' sex fears hardly affect us any longer, love and sex continue to be uppermost among the anxieties revealed in clinical consultation. Few still think that we will drive ourselves to the loony bin by masturbating. Not many lie awake nights worrying about the possible horrors of syphilis, illegitimate pregnancy, or abortion. Even regular run-of-the-mill thoughts of participation in acts of fornication and adultery have largely ceased to make us prepare ourselves for the fires of hell. Old sex fears have virtually vanished. This is not to say that sex education conquers all, for every contemporary sex survey conclusively proves that erotic ignorance is still widespread. But the worst mass misinformation seems now to be over. Only those adults who cannot or will not read seem to be as sorely ignorant as were their not-so-distant ancestors.