When we look at the divorce rate, and people who stay together even though miserable, we might conclude that people go out of their way to wreck their relationships. It can be helpful to look at the ways we often harm each other without even trying.
A rash of recent public scandals—from Tiger Woods to David Letterman, from Sen. John Ensign to Gov. Mark Sanford—might make it seem that sexual infidelity is sweeping the land. But there are ways to prevent it from happening in your life.
A new study suggests that Viagra may help women suffering from sexual dysfunction regain their sexual desire and enjoyment. But some physicians aren't so sure it's the right answer.
For many women, their submissive roles in the bedroom never change. Why is it important to break out of this role sometimes, and how can you do it?
Each of us has to re-invent the wheel, so to speak, when it comes to love and sexuality. In many ways our culture still hinders us; yet, pleasure is your birthright.
It's easy to add a new dimension to a relationship when it's fun and exciting. The Kama Sutra and the tenets of Tantric philosophy teach that love is a profound vehicle to conscious, ecstatic living.
Tantric philosophy says that the search for knowledge is in everything you do, see, and experience. Being aware of your senses and using them consciously will create a more mindful life.
A new survey stands conventional wisdom on its head: it's women, not men, who are more likely to suffer from physical symptoms limiting their sexual performance or enjoyment.