Attachment and connection are two totally different things. But if you're unaware of the differences, it's easy to confuse one for the other. So how do you know if you're actually connected to your partner or just attached. An emotional connection is a bond between two people that's deeply rooted, It's a mutual understanding and empathy of one another’s feelings, that allow each individual to create a deep appreciation, affection, and intimacy with one another. Attachment, on the other hand, feels a little more like infatuation. For instance, one person may feel an "intense longing" for the other in a physical or intellectual sense, but the relationship stays more on the surface-level. Someone who is attached may even be in a relationship to fill a need or a void. Emotional connection and attachment can be easily confused because they can sometimes be seen as mutually exclusive. Partners with an emotional connection can then experience attachment to one another, but someone that develops an attachment first will struggle to find an emotional connection if at all. Basically, if you're attached to a relationship because it fulfills a need (i.e. a need to get married), you'll be more focused on reaching an end goal rather than building a deep and meaningful connection with your chosen partner. But if you want a fulfilling relationship that goes the distance, you need connection, not just attachment.
One area you shouldn't be neglecting during sex? The stomach — it's actually an extremely sensitive erogenous zone. The belly is loaded with nerve endings, the abdominal muscles and pelvic floor muscles are connected, which can lead to high levels of pleasure. This means that stimulating the stomach can increase arousal and ultimately produce a strong climax. The belly button is a nice pit stop between the breasts and genitals. One of the best ways to approach belly button play is by circling the area: Use large circles that converge slowly, using the belly button as your bullseye. You can perform these movements with a light touch, your tongue, or a sex toy.
The most frequently asked question men ask about sex is: "Does penis size matter?" Although the question has been asked for centuries, the answer remains the same: "Yes... but it depends." According to the Kama Sutra, there are three penis or "lingam" sizes: "hare" (2in-4.8in), "bull" (4.9in-6.9in), and "horse" (7in+). For women, there are three vagina or "yoni" sizes: "deer" (short), "mare" (average), and "elephant" (deep).The ideal is to find someone you "fit" with so you are compatible, size-wise. So if he has a gigantic lingam and she has a teeny yoni, for example, it could be impossible. It's hard enough finding someone whose conversation you can stand, let alone trying to find someone with a compatible-sized sex organ.The size of a women's vagina is rarely discussed, even between women. Instead, we come up with charming phrases like "two-car garage" or "swimming in the ocean”. I betcha there's a ton of guys out there who have been labelled as having a small penis as there are women out there with a big vagina.
Make 2020 the year of great sex! How? By communicating. If you are afraid to speak up about sex because you think your partner might judge you, think again. Chances are your partner is interested in the same things you are and the two of you just aren't being open about it.