5 Ways to Spice πŸ”₯ up Your Sex Life πŸ›Œ for Girls Who Feel πŸ™‹ It's Not 🚫 What It Was πŸ˜• ...

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Are you looking for ways to spice up your sex life?

There are times in a relationship when the excitement dies down a little.

You may feel that you are going through the motions, and each day of being together becomes more and more mundane.

The worst part about this feeling is when it finds its way into your bedroom.

That's why you need to find ways to spice up your sex life.

Sex is seen as an expression of love (or lust) by many, and when it is done right can be an absolutely amazing experience overflowing with passion, intimacy, and desire.

When you have been with the same partner for some time you expect to learn and grow with him in every aspect of life, but sometimes the aspect that’s supposed to be the deepest and most fun becomes nothing more than a chore.

What’s even worse is when you or your partner are no longer into it at all.

It becomes more of doing something the other person wants, rather than being a part of an experience you both enjoy.2

At this point, things go downhill and typically aren’t resolved in the best way.

In some cases insecurities increase drastically, arguments tend to brew more easily, a partner may begin seeing someone else, and ultimately the relationship ends.

I’m not saying that sex is everything to a relationship, but when expressing your love for someone in one of the most intimate way possible, the last thing you want is to feel rejected or unwanted.

If you are beginning to loathe sex with your partner, or feel that sex with you has become less desirable by your partner...I’m here to help.

The issue may not be you at all, it may be the sex itself.2

So to avoid situations like those above, I have listed 5 ways to help spice up your sex life with your partner.

1. Be Sporadic

Sometimes the issue is not the sex itself, but how often it happens.

There are married couples that I have spoken to that have sex once every two weeks on the same day.2

Not only do I believe scheduling your sex takes away from the passion, but suppressing a desire for a partner until a certain date and time can make the sex less desirable.

I’ve never heard someone do something in the β€œheat of the moment” on schedule.

It makes no sense, and neither does scheduling when to be passionate with your partner.

Also, don’t limit yourself, your partner (or yourself) may be good to go 3 or 4 days in a row.

If you feel it, and you’re in the mood...go for it!

That's one of the best ways to spice up your sex life.

Communication

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Perrie_lee
Very helpful thanksβ™‘
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