All relationships take work. But how do you know if you need marriage counseling? An expert outlines five signs to watch out for.
You deserve a good sex life. But if you’re finding that you can’t achieve orgasm, you’re definitely not alone — and treatments can help.
Love at first sight is a real phenomenon characterized by intense longing and extreme physical attraction that occurs within seconds of seeing another person. A psychologist explains the science behind a first-sight love.
Most standard condoms will fit most people. But it may take a few tries to find the condom you prefer. Troubleshoot your condom fit issues with this sizing chart.
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“Blue balls” is a slang term for discomfort that can happen when sexual arousal doesn’t lead to orgasm. But it’s not dangerous to your health and not a reason to feel pressured into sexual activities.
Low libido got your groove in a rut? Medication may help with blood flow and lubrication, but there’s a lot more to your sexual experience than that.
Facts: Condoms prevent the spread of STIs, there is a condom that will fit, and two condoms aren’t better than one. Learn more condom facts and myths here.
Cuffing season, which occurs during winter, provides opportunities for companionship, intimacy and bonding to people who want to start short-term relationships.
Is your attachment style secure, anxious, avoidant or disorganized? Learn about attachment styles from a clinical psychologist.
Your doctor has cleared you medically to have sex, but what if you still don’t feel ready? That’s OK and normal. Our Ob/Gyn explains what you need to know about postpartum sex.