How To Spice Up Your Marriage Sexually

5 Simple Yet Great Ways To Spice Up Your Marriage Sexually

Passive sex life, or non-existent one for that matter, is very common after some years in marriage. It’s not important how much you both love each other and how well you get along because you will get less attracted to one another. It’s like eating the same food for years – naturally, it wouldn’t be as appealing to you as it used to. Okay, we’re comparing marriage to food, how silly. But you get it. So, what should you do when you get bored of the same food? You spice it up. And how do you keep your sex life healthy? Well, a healthy marriage allows both spouses to be who they are and move in the direction they want. Women need to understand that sex relieves men of stress, and men need to know that sex can be extra stressful for women. Mindblowing, right? Let us break it down for you. These are the 5 things that will keep the juices flowing and your marriage healthy.

1. Communication

If you want a happy marriage, both in bed and out of it, you must talk about everything. You must talk about your sexual feelings with your spouse and not feel embarrassed by them. Because, you know, we are all sexual beings and it’s all normal and okay. Relax. Talk it through.

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2. The Brain

Huh? – you ask. Well, as funny as it sounds, the brain is the largest sexual organ. If you want to improve your sex life, you need to start from your head, not your other organ. Unless you’re impotent, but that’s a different story and easier to solve. So, whatever issues you have, whether it’s anger or distrust towards your partner, think about it. Think about why you feel that way. Because suppressed feelings can only lead to what, class? That’s right – a dry season.

3. Your Attitude

If you want your spouse to accept you, you must first accept yourself. Understand that you don’t have to be perfect. Your peepee doesn’t look as it used to when you were in your 20’s? Wow, what a shock! It’s just nature, it’s normal. Your boobies are kind of lower than they were 15 years ago? Again – what a shock. Cellulite, pimples, wrinkles – the list is endless. But guess what, those are not flaws. Those are just stages of life, and no one gets a pass. So, get over it already. Accept yourselves, as this is the most common problem in sex life in marriage.

4. Fantasies

If you were hoping for a fetish section here or something, sorry, gonna disappoint you. The thing is – the more you think about sex, the more you’ll want it, just like everything else. Don’t reject those thoughts as “dirty” or “naughty”, because they’re not. Fantasise as much as you want to, read romance novels, listen to “If Loving You Is Wrong I Don’t Want To Be Right” by Barbara Mandrell. Okay, that might be a bad example of a good marriage, LOL, but you get the point. Listen to romantic music, watch romantic movies, set the mood. You know, sometimes you gotta give your sexual strive a little push – it can’t always happen on its own. Push it togehter.

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5. Get To Know Your Body

Don’t be afraid to touch yourself or your spouse when you are in bed. Find each other’s most sensitive spots. Use them as a spark to start a fire. Just don’t burn down the house. It’s very important that both you and your spouse know what each of you likes the most, what excites you. And if “one” of you is having trouble finding the other one’s perfect spot – tell him. Don’t expect him to know. We’re deliberately talking about the husband. Because men are, well – how to put it gently – idiots, yeah.

However, sex life is not just sex itself – it’s everything you do. Sex life in a healthy marriage begins in the morning and lasts throughout the day. Talk, look, hear each other. The sexual act itself is only a small part of sex life. There are many ways to be intimate, so why stick to just one? 

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Dave Peterson

Dave Peterson Passion for adventure and sharing his life long journey with as many others as possible. "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." HENRY S. HASKINS

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