Posts tagged Communication
5 Best Sex Positions For A Bad Back.

Back pain impacting on sex is a common problem with around 84% of men and 73% of women who suffer from lower back pain say that it results in a significant decrease in the frequency of sex. Whether it is pain or medications interfering with the frequency of sex with back pain it is important that you speak to your medical professional about what is right for you and your condition. 

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Why Silly Sex is Bliss!

Who has grown up watching romance movies or rom-coms?

Hands up, we know you are out there. From those rom-coms you probably have a very specific idea of what "good" sex looks like. Hot, romantic movie sex is dramatic, perfectly choregraphed full of spontaneity, sexual tension and simultaneous orgasms.

Who has sex like that?

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13 Questions You Need to Ask Your Health Professional About Sex and Menopause.

Menopause is a normal part of life, a stage of life that all women go through. So why is it still taboo and so hard for women to ask their doctors about. Here is a list of questions you can use to start the conversation and get the important information that all women need to know about menopause and how it can affect their sex lives.

Contrary to popular belief we as women of all ages value our sexuality. It is also an important and totally valid conversation to have with your health professional. Good communication is key to addressing all those questions you have about sex. Two natural processes that can affect a woman’s sexual function are menopause and perimenopause. 

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Sexual self care is knowing sex does not have to be spontaneous.

Spontaneous sex is a romantic notion that modern life does not always allow and health challenges chuckle at. Make a date and commit to it, manage your time, your energy and your connection in the lead up to it. Place a priority on your connection and your pleasure. Talk about it and what you are ready for before hand. It tell your partner what your boundaries are and it also builds anticipation.

Remember life happens so it is OK to change plans but try not to make it every time – that’s not priority or commitment. Start small.

Isiah McKimmie’s podcasts have graciously been shared with the Bliss Community. We love her work and we are grateful that she is allowing us to share her podcast through Bliss. In this podcast Isiah will talks about How and where to start when you haven’t had sex in months or years.

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