I recently read an article titled, “Sex at 30, 40, 50+”. In this article, I read that the most common reason men claimed not to maintain a vital sex life with their partners related to their concerns pertaining to responsibilities such as paying the bills, maintaining productive employment, or keeping a personal business venture afloat. This seemed pretty obvious to me with the current stressors in our busy world, and with our wavering economy. However, when it came to the reasons for lack of intimacy for women I was surprised! It seems that, across the board, the most common inhibitor which prevented women from initiating intimate sexual relations with their significant other pertained to concerns about their appearance in the nude. Appearance replacing valuable expressions of love! Hmmmm……., this should not be happening I thought.
This inhibitor had no age qualifier for women as this particular concern affected women in their 20s’, 30s, 40s, and beyond. There were two main reasons that this concern had such a diversified age spectrum of those affected. The first had to do with giving birth, and how that changed young women’s perceptions of their physical appearance and their ability to quote, “Get it back.” Most women feel that they need to be that sexy, alluring, female beauty, having that perfect body that all men want; then, after giving birth, they no longer see that slim and sexy physique. They feel that they have lost their sex appeal.
The reality is that after creating your little bundle of joy, you bring a deeper level of love to your relationship as not only have you been sexy enough to conceive with your mate; but you have also made your man feel he is an “Alpha Male” as he is now a Father, a Pro-Creator! You have added another dimension to his identity and he will love you more for bringing this into his life; also his understanding of your love relationship will extend beyond just the sexual expression adding a greater dimension, especially if you nurture this concept in his mind with your continued desire to have sexual expressions with him.
So women, if you do not feel sexy after giving birth try this. Before your next intimate rendezvous him, take a heavenly scented bath and apply just the right amount of perfume to your body afterwards. Put on something light and flowing to make you feel more feminine and beautiful, and do something nice with your hair. Believe me, your man will notice. Don’t forget to touch him when he comes to you so he can feel your love.
The second reason women claimed for not maintaining intimate relations had to do with the visible affects of aging.
Growing older is an inevitable process of life. Each passing year adds grace and depth to a woman’s character and life. However we do not have to let that depth and character display itself on our faces as crow’s feet and frown lines. Wouldn’t you prefer smooth, supple skin instead of those crow’s-feet? How about a strong, flexible body rather than muscles turned into mush? Today is the beginning of a new day when the field of medicine is reconsidering its viewpoint on aging. As the genius of Neothinkers’ advance into the fields of medicine through our Neothink® Society business innovations, coupled with the deregulation of FDA restrictions on those innovative developments in the medical profession related to longevity, people will live longer and have more youthful lives.
I can say happily, research is now focusing on living well as you age. “It’s not all about avoiding disease,” says Mehmet Oz, MD, professor and vice chairman of surgery at New York Presbyterian-Columbia University. “It’s about avoiding frailty. If you define aging as the number of years you have left to be vital, of course you can reverse the aging process.” With that approach in mind, come back and read part two of this article to discover the latest and best advice I have on looking and feeling younger, from the head to the toe, and inside out.
The Undefeated Life