Relationship and sex therapist Dr. Teesha Morgan reveals the truth about sexual happiness and three tips to achieve it if yours needs a boost. Teesha Morgan Updated February 9, Many married women seem to have that token single girlfriend who, without fail, fills their heads with stories of passionate sexual dating encounters over Wednesday wine nights. Although these wine-induced, sexually salacious evenings can prove to be a positive thing by creating a space for open communication and bonding, it can also lead many women, within long term relationships, to doubt their levels of passion and how satisfied they are within their current relationship. So the question remains: Who is really having better sex?
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Margaret Minnicks is an ordained Bible teacher. She writes many articles that are Bible lessons. The Bible has some things to say about singleness. If you want to know what those things are, then you should search the scriptures because the Bible gives some important teachings about being single as well as about being married.
Photos: Which animals are monogamous? Humans are now mostly monogamous, but this has been the norm for just the past 1, years. Scientists at University College London believe monogamy emerged so males could protect their infants from other males in ancestral groups who may kill them in order to mate with their mothers. Hide Caption. Scientists in Canada recently suggested that a rise in sexually transmitted infections, as social groups became larger among early humans, would have put pressure on staying monogamous in terms of mating behavior.