A 7 Step Guide To Better Sex In Marriage

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A 7 Step Guide To Better Sex In Marriage [EXPERT]
Couples forget that marriage is a choice "not a given." That goes for the sex in marriage as well.

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6. Explore each other's bodies. After completing all first five steps, you are now ready to move onto step 6 — exploring each other's bodies more intimately. Again the rules still apply with taking turns and touching the other person for your pleasure!

This step is about stimulation and a greater understanding of your spouse's erotic zones. This exercise is not only about sensual touch, but teasing and having fun with your partner. Taking control of another person's sexual pleasure should also be exciting and pleasing to you as well. Explore with fingers, mouth or even body parts of the other person's body.

Kiss the entire body including gentiles and breasts, take time to touch and tease. Watch as your spouse becomes aroused as well as you do. In this step you are also allowed to bring your partner to climax but not through intercourse, it can be done through touching, sucking, licking, caressing or even if you wanted to add a sex toy.

7. Finally, you're ready for intercourse. After completing all steps above, with the same rules applying, you can move towards intercourse if you are ready. Often times when I am working with couples, once they achieve a better understanding of each other's bodies, they want to learn more.

Taking turns with each other can become fun, creating a scene, role play, setting up the room or preparing a special evening. The act of intercourse becomes less of the main event and more of the sex play. For couples that are interested in advanced sexual intimacy advice and want to explore more options of sex play, you can contact me for an appointment. Contact Dawn through "The Happy Spouse."

When taking the time to make sex better in your marriage, it is always important to understand that this is your spouse — a person that you love and have made a commitment to for life. Sexual intimacy is a huge part of marriage and without it the marriage it will suffer. Taking the time to work on the marriage is important and will create a deeper and more loving bond between husband and wife.

This article was originally published at Squidoo. Reprinted with permission.
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Dr. Dawn Michael

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Dawn Michael PhD ACS

Location: Westlake Village, CA
Credentials: BA, MA, PhD
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