Help your married sex be more exciting
06 June 2016, 20:30
need to bring back foreplay
Among the many things that marriage steals
from a relationship; for some, not all is foreplay. It sort of becomes routine
and when the kids come in, you start setting up schedules in order for you not
to even forget about the whole thing. Foreplay is important because it gets
things more heated up and when you do it well, it makes someone look forward to
the next time. But if you are just in there, like ‘wham bam and out’ you will
see what happens after a while.
are not such a bad thing
If you cannot tell your partner face to
face, then that is why we have mobile phones. They are for texting your husband
or wife; not just other people. Hopefully you did not marry a prude who will
ask you why you are acting like a child along with a few harsh words. If you
and your partner have the right type of communication, then your sex life
should not stagnate either. Say what you want.
it not reach a point where it is one person who keeps asking
Women need to learn how to initiate. You
cannot keep making it look like you would rather be elsewhere. If you are
married, and still a young couple; don’t allow yourself to reach a point where
you make desperate excuses and get tired. You are allowed to be lazy, and not
do chores but choose something that you actually like. Unless you don’t want
your husband anymore- which is tricky.
will not work if you are not comfortable with your body
Having sex with your clothes on and lights
off is not fun. Running away from some positions because you are trying to hide
something, makes it all the more worse. If you don’t like it, then work on it.
If you don’t want to work, then accept it but your body confidence eventually
influences your sex life. Good sex life is about not being in your head but
just letting go. That is the trick but if someone turns you and you are like,
‘Oh, no my stretch marks or my tummy fat.’ You will be boring and annoying.
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