Wednesday 17 January 2018
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How to maintain that steamy HONEYMOON kind of SEX in your relationship

Happy couples know how to keep their relationship healthy and alive, romantic relationships are very important for our happiness and well-being. Your parents probably never told you this but it is a fact: Sex is good for you! Plenty of studies have shown it: Having sex regularly increases immunity from viruses, relieves stress, and even helps protect the health of a man’s prostate gland by emptying fluids held there. It also triggers the release of chemicals that reduce stress and ease pain.

Whether the problem you are having about the sex in the relationship is big or small, there are many solutions you can apply to get your sex life back to being steamy and spontaneous. Your sexual well-being goes hand in hand with your overall mental, physical, and emotional health. Fortunately, you don’t need jumper cables or even little blue pills because I have compiled ways in which you can achieve more powerful orgasms, deeper pleasures, long-lasting intercourse and an overall great sex life with your partner.

1.Flaunt your sexy self

The first step to staying attractive to each other: Feeling attractive. Most men fall in love with their eyes first, women love seeing the way their body have a magical effect on men and there’s no bigger libido-booster for women than feeling that way.

Only you know what makes you feel sexy — whether it’s wearing sexy underthings or getting in a great sweat session at the gym — but there is one feel-sexy secret that is universal.


As the name suggests, foreplay should come first thing in the morning and lasts all day. Make sure you stay connected during the day with a quick call or text. Sexual intercourse is only one small part of sex.

Remember, women have less stress when they are emotionally connected. Guys have decreased stress when they are physically connected. Guys, talking and listening to your lady decreases her stress. Sex happens when women are not stressed.

3.Be spontaneous

Two-thirds of women don’t get aroused until they’re already in the act, don’t wait to “feel” like having sex to engage in it. The more sex you have, the sexier you feel and the more you’ll want to do it. Another bonus: The dopamine and oxytocin that’s released after sex will make you feel closer than ever.

4.Be a little selfish

The happiest marriages are the kinds in which both spouses have their own hobbies and interests, maintaining those interests and finding new ones keeps your relationship fresh and guarantees that you’ll stay irresistible to each other.

So take a Spanish lesson and encourage him to indulge his love of bird watching. You’ll both learn something new about yourselves, and each other whilst igniting your sparks.

5.Keep it interesting

Between kids, careers and outside commitments, it can be difficult to stay connected to your partner. Yet there are good reasons to make the effort. To keep things interesting, even though some couples plan regular date nights, experts recommend breaking out of the routine and trying new things, whether that’s going dancing, taking a class together or going to the gym together.

6.Say exactly what’s on your mind—sexually, that is

If you see her in a new dress tell her “I like how that cute little dress compliments your curves.” If you are in the office you can drop her a text out of the blues and say “I wish you were in my arm right now, miss you.” Simply expressing how everyday things make you feel deepens your intimacy when said out loud

7.Try different positions

Developing a repertoire of different sexual positions not only adds interest to lovemaking, but can also help overcome problems. For example, the increased stimulation to the G-spot that occurs when a man enters his partner from behind can help the woman reach orgasm. However, you have to make sure your partner is comfortable and ready before pulling out your super-duper styles that you heard of from your squad.

8.Argue and fight (with pillows)

It’s easy to assume that happy couples don’t argue which is quite the opposite. Voicing a disagreement with your other half prevents future resentments from building up. The brain is the largest sex organ. You have to start here to feel good about sex. If you are angry or anxious at your partner, you have to deal with the brain first. Holding on to anger is like holding on to a hot charcoal, you are the one that gets burnt. When you speak about what’s bothering you, bring up the behavior of what your partner has done rather than personally blaming him and playing the victim card. Then talk through how you can practically resolve the issue together. Once this is done, move on and keep the past where it should stay -behind you! Then enjoy making up between the sheets.