in Love, Sex & Intimacy on Aug 31, 2010
Dr. Ruth Westheimer has recently said that listening to music while having sex is distracting, making it hard to concentrate and permits fantasties from developing. I completely and respectfully disagree and think that is an old fashioned way of thinking. I believe the use of music during sex is an aphrodisiac. The Mozart Effect could have a huge impact on your sex life allowing you to relax and concentrate at the same time, therefore achieving more pleasure in the process.
The Mozart Effect List:
"When your body hears the even, one beat per second of Baroque music, your heart rate and pulse relax to the beat. When you are in this relaxed, but alert state, your mind is able to concentrate more easily. Music corresponds to and affects our physiological conditions. During heavy mental work, our pulse and blood pressure rises, and it's usually more difficult to concentrate in this state. The Baroque and Mozart music pieces on the Mozart Effect learning tapes and compact disks have been especially selected for their beat pattern (60 beats per minute), reduce your blood pressure and pulse rate and increases your ability to learn at the same time."
What do you think? Do you agree with Dr. Ruth or do you believe that listening to some great music during sex and lovemaking is a real turn on?
If you find it to be a turn on, what type of music makes sex hotter?
Please leave your comments below!
in Relationships on Aug 30, 2010
Did you guys out there know that women love the idea of a man doing things around the house for them, especially cooking. And it doesn't even matter if the food that you cook is good or not according to Rocky Fino, the author of Will Cook for Sex. Rocky says that your attempt alone will impress a woman more than buying her dinner. So whether you are cooking up a dinner for just the two of you or inviting friends over for a dinner party, your cooking skills will make you that much more attractive in her eyes. And this doesn't just work for the single guys who are trying to impress a girl for the first time, this is the perfect way for married men to spice us their relationship, so to speak.
What do you think?
Ladies, are you turned on by a man cooking you dinner? Does that make him more attractive to you? Are you more likely to become intimate with him because he cooked for you?
Guys, have you tried cooking for your lady? Has it been successful in wooing her?
Please leave your comment below!
in Relationships on Aug 20, 2010
Have you ever seen couples that fight on Facebook? No, well count yourself lucky. If you answered yes, then you know what I am talking about. Some couples have been found to leave little quips about their significant others in their status update. Once their significant other reads the update, they may response with a negative jab of their own. This may or may not turn into a full on exchange of name calling, berating and the online equivalent of throwing a plate across the room.
Friends and family are left wide eyed and jaw dropped as they wonder, "Don't they know that we can see what they are writing?"
It use to be that couples would choose a restaurant as their "make a scene" place. Now, arguing couples can do it from the comfort of their own home. Quite possibly even fighting via social media with a partner who is in the next room. Instead of communicating in an effective manner face to face, they choose to argue it out online.
Why? What are your thoughts?
Do you think that people share too much information online?
Do you think it is funny or disgusting when couples choose to fight in this manner?
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