OK, this surprised me. A woman actually acknowledging a noticeable neurochemical shift after orgasm.
By Soojin Chang | Columnist
I left his house Sunday morning in a daze. I was physically exhausted, and the inevitable migraine was looming, but the rays of sunlight and cool breeze from the pier perpetuated my high.
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This article appeared on an online magazine called "BettyConfidential.com"
The mysterious art of making love without climaxing.
(by Natalie Bencivenga) The idea of having sex without crossing the finish line may seem to some like a waste of time. Like Samantha from Sex and the City famously once said, “When I RSVP to a party, I make it my business to come.”
The following words are from the wife of the man who wrote Awareness and Love.
Oh, how I would love to have the opportunity to be a part of "zipping up the sexes back together" online. I so wish we had an Internet hook-up, especially to participate in this healing work you have envisioned. Kevin and I have personally made sexual healing the reason and purpose of our lives.
Here's advice from a guy who has been making love karezza-style for years:
I think you will find that the discomfort will pass as your body reorients itself to this new way of engaging sexually. You mentioned you have tried cold water and breathing the energy up with some success, here are a couple of other tips:
One, if you find yourself getting close to the edge while practicing karezza, cool it down a bit. Enough to keep your erection but not so much that you get heated up. Stay in the middle zone.