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Tender are the Moments

  • By Pauline Haynes
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  • October 1, 2014
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Romance is the blossoming of our personhood, the flowering of our adolescence.

Just like a flower in bloom!

Who among us cannot recall the flutterings of romance, (well, maybe we didn’t have a name for it) perhaps the recognition of different feelings for someone of the opposite sex. The thoughts, the feelings, the desire, the first kiss. For some, these flutterings were for someone of the same gender. I imagine that the intensity is the same. The awakening certainly gives pause for appreciation and maybe reflection.

The intensity of the sexual energies when one is young is pretty profound. It’s an awakening into the next phase of growing… Of being on the cusp of woman/manhood.

If we had parents who would talk with us about the beauty, importance, and power of sex, we would all be in different places. However, I believe most people experimented with the drive, the passion, the ferocity of the sexual longings without parental approval.

Hindsight is a great teacher, and as I write this, I know I am not the same person as I was when I had my first sexual encounter.  Actually, it’s faded so far in my distant memories, that it seems quite insignificant. How could something of such seemingly monumental proportions be forgotten? We grow, and we change, and we forget. And we create new experiences. New adventures.

This is not a recounting of my sexual escapades, it is a way to look at sex as more than a function of biology and procreation.

This is viewing sex, coupled with romance and love as the driving force of our balance.

Caring deeply and profoundly for another human being that you share those desires with is almost like an elixir that satisfies at such a level that allows for creative expressions to emerge. I think some would say that it’s transmuting the sexual energies into something more powerful. It is grounded in love. When love is present, there is a tenderness, a softness, a joy.

When we are imbued by and enveloped in love, everything we do is so much better. The first and possibly most important love we experience is the love we receive from our parents. Studies have shown that when a child is surrounded by loving parents, calm and harmonious environment, they thrive so much better.

As we mature with our romantic love relationships, we settle into a lustful passion that is so pure, so profound, so intense that it takes us on journeys, and adventures beyond our wildest imaginings.

And everything in our sphere is better because of that good loving, caring exquisitely beautiful sex!

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Pauline Haynes

Pauline Hines spent over 25 years in championing the causes of women and individuals who want to be their best. As a Certified Life Coach she helps them create meaning, find purpose and success in their lives.

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  • Clara Freeman

    October 7, 2014 , 7:59 pm

    Hi Pauline, thanks for this. Those tender moments between the sexes are the foundation for beautiful sexual experiences. I had great moments with a young man I felt was my first true love and wanted to 'feel' that special bond with him during those intimate moments. Oddly enough, it was the friendship, kindness and gentle nature of another young man who would teach me what it meant to actually understand how love is supposed feel, because in his eyes I was beautiful, desirable and sexual- and we never had a sexual relationship! I call him the one who got away:)

  • Clara Freeman

    October 7, 2014 , 7:59 pm

    Hi Pauline, thanks for this. Those tender moments between the sexes are the foundation for beautiful sexual experiences. I had great moments with a young man I felt was my first true love and wanted to 'feel' that special bond with him during those intimate moments. Oddly enough, it was the friendship, kindness and gentle nature of another young man who would teach me what it meant to actually understand how love is supposed feel, because in his eyes I was beautiful, desirable and sexual- and we never had a sexual relationship! I call him the one who got away:)

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