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Park La Brea News
February 8, 2007
Looking Good Longer: Valentine’s Edition
By Betty Guy-Wills
What better time than Valentine’s Day to learn about love and seduction from Dr. Ava Cadell, the love and relationship expert. Seduction creates sexual anticipation for both men and women and is often neglected when people have been dating or married for a long time.
Cadell states that seduction can include flirting, creating a mood with romantic music and creating an environment with soft floral fragrances. Caressing the body, finger kissing and lovingly stroking the arms and hands is truly seductive. Try lightly touching the face, playing footsy while dining or discreetly squeezing your partner in a restaurant. Speak softly, almost in a whisper with your lips brushing softly on the ear, will lure your partner closer to you. Gentle love bites on the ear lobes are also truly electrifying. These are just a few things to try, and believe me, more will come to mind as you proceed.
February is the “love” month, and the perfect valentine gift is giving sensuous pleasure to your sweetheart. Feed your lover his or her favorite foods such as chocolate dipped strawberries, grapes and chocolate truffles.
The love act is nature’s mechanism to release tension. When there is sexual fulfillment, all the energies from tension are freed. Your nerves can send electrifying messages to all your orgasm and muscles, signaling the blood to notify every cell in the body that you are being loved. A glow illuminates the face and eyes, creating good looks and beauty from within.
Dr. Cadell states that tantric love techniques are interactive for singles and couples who want to explore a more meaningful love relationship, not only physically and emotionally, but also spiritually. It is meditative and spontaneous. She also teaches passion power for men who wish they could read a woman’s mind and discover the real meaning of intimacy. Her teachings on passion power for women are for those women who love men and want to be less inhibited. Her business-romantic approach tells how to take principles such as time management and negotiation from the boardroom into the bedroom.
One of her main concepts is to “cultivate love”. If you don’t have time for love now, when will you have the time? Life can be overwhelming at time, and you may thing you’re the busiest person alive. Having the time for a loving relationship isn’t about having the time, but for you to find the time. When you have a free moment and your sweetheart is really busy, you can still devote the time to him or her by sending a poem, e-mailing a love note, or sending a short text message. The solution is to prioritize things like meeting at the last minute, negotiating time, and staying up later than usual. Making time for love can start right now. You’ll be happy that you did, and of course, much healthier.
Cadell has a doctorate in human behavior from Newport University, and a doctorate of education in Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco. She counsels people on personal issues that range from anger management, fear of intimacy, lack of communication, to lack of desire. She has appeared on several national television network including “Good Morning America”, “Extra”, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC and Fox News. Her goal is to promote the benefits of healthy love and intimacy to individuals and couples worldwide.
Betty Guy-Wills is a columnist, beauty consultant, and motivational speaker specializing in anti-aging and age subtracting techniques. You may contact her at P.O. Box 10713, Beverly Hills, CA 90213. Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope. You may also e-mail her at email@example.com.