Are You Really "Not in the Mood"?


Are You Really "Not in the Mood"?
After you've been with someone a long time, you might feel like you're not in the mood for sex...

1. Watch a sexy movie or, if you're feeling really adventurous, watch some pornography together. There's a wide gamut of styles, from female friendly, soft core porn all the way to bondage and fetish styles.
2. Make love somewhere other than the bedroom.
3. Text each other or leave little notes that say what you'd like to do or have done to you.
4. Act out a fantasy. You might try going out and pretending you don't know each other. You meet for the first time and strike up a conversation. Who knows what might happen from there?
5. Commit to having sex every day for seven days. It might be a challenge to carve out the time, but you'll find that the more you do it, the more you want it. Enjoy!

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