While not every couple wants or needs it to be happy, sexual intimacy is vital for many married people. A lack of sexual intimacy in marriage can be frustrating, even when other parts of the relationship are in a good place. Being in a sexless marriage is a hard topic for many spouses. It’s often what keeps them from getting the support they need, especially when the underlying issues aren’t obvious. There’s good news, though. …
Here are some resources for those seeking information on sexual health.
Who doesn’t love to cuddle?
If you are one of the people lucky enough to have someone to cuddle right now, you know how meaningful it can be to experience comfort through human touch. Elizabeth Kirkhorn interviewed me recently for an article in O.school in which we discussed the benefits of cuddling, as well as different cuddling positions.
Specifically, the article discussed six different cuddling positions, what they are, and what they mean.
For example, most of us have heard of “spooning”. But have you heard about “being small”, “the stronghold”, or “the honeymoon hug”? Did you know that each cuddle position means something different? Did you know that although cuddling is intimate, your preferred position in the cuddle says something about your needs or preferences in the relationship?