Did you ever play the game “memory” or “concentration” as a child or maybe with your children? Or maybe you new it by another name. You put cards or tiles face down on the table and took turns turning them over, trying to find matches.For this Valentine’s Day we decided to make an adult version of this game to play with your spouse that can also be used as foreplay.
It’s been a busy couple of months for our Have A Question page, so I thought I’d get some of these answers out so they don’t pile up too much. If you have a question you’d like answered anonymously, you can ask it there, or just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (which I prefer) so we can actually get a discussion going and some more context.
Alright, it’s been a couple months, so time for another roundup of the anonymous questions I’ve received. If you want to submit your own question, you can do so here. Or, of course, you can always just email me at Jay@UncoveringIntimacy.com.
You remember having advent calendars as a kid? Every day you get a chocolate, or a toy or something. For nearly a whole month, every day there was something exciting to look forward to the next day.
Holidays don’t exactly feel that way for us adults anymore do they? Well, I wanted to try and recapture that feeling.
Being a marriage and sex blogger/podcaster/coach sort of ruins you for books on the topic. Not that we’ve learned everything. It’s just that, well, everything has been discussed before. Often we’ll have to read an entire book to pick up one or two new tidbits.
Does a disagreement always mean an argument? Does resolving it always mean compromise or someone changing their opinion? I’ve had this question come up a few times this week from multiple sources. Many people believe that a difference in opinion must result in an argument,
About a year ago, LELO (one of my favourite toy manufacturers) launched a new product called the SONA. This product was one of a new class of sexual toys coming out around the same time. The principles behind it was to simply focus on the
About a year ago, a newer company called MysteryVibe offered to send me their newest product. Actually, it was their first product. The Crescendo which has been dubbed “The world’s most advanced vibrator”. Now, I’m fairly picky about the toys I’ll accept. For one, I
It’s been almost two months since I answered anonymous questions, so I thought I’d catch up. For those who are new to the site, these questions are all gathered from our anonymous Have A Question page. If you have a question that you’d like answered,
A couple of months ago, I posted a survey asking some questions about sexual drives, refractory periods and post-sex routines. I was hoping we could get 1,000 responses this time. Well, we made it! So, here’s my analysis of the responses, for your reading pleasure
I’ve spent the last few years trying to get better insight into the mind of a spouse who desires less sex. Why? Because I’m married to one, and one of my goals in life is to make her feel known and loved. Unfortunately, the more