Dr. Romance Video: How Can You Improve Your Sex Life In Marriage?

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Dr. Romance Video: How Can You Improve Your Sex Life In Marriage?
It is easy to reboot your sex life at any age, according to marriage and family therapist Dr.Romance

* Newlywed Sex: Recreate your first married days: the time you met your husband at the door wearing only a negligee, surprise flowers, or silly, wildly in love things you said then.

* Make-up Sex: After an argument or a struggle, lovemaking can be extra tender and memorable.

 

* Comforting Sex: When one of you is sad or stressed, the other can be especially tender and soothing.

* Relaxing Sex: Laze around, have breakfast in bed, and make love for as long as you want; no pressure, no hurry and no demands on each other.

* Reassuring Sex: Tender affection reassures a partner who is temporarily insecure, and reaffirms your mutual love and commitment. Declare your love and remember how important it is.

* Fantasy Sex: Act out all the silly, forbidden or exciting fantasies: Nurse and patient (or doctor), children "playing house", famous movie star and adoring fan, or your two favorite characters from a soap opera, novel or movie. If you feel a little silly, laughter will only make it more fun.

from Money, Sex and Kids: Stop Fighting about the Three Things That Can Ruin Your Marriage

 

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