There's always room to improve in the bedroom.
It goes without saying that sex is such an intimate part of being in a relationship. The feeling of being able to connect with your partner on both a physical and emotional level can be really satisfying. But sometimes, no matter how much we try to ignore the problem, the sex just isn't that great.
When dating expert Lou Paget talks to Marty Klein, Stephanie Buehler, Lori Limacher and Dawn Michael about the importance of sexual chemistry in a relationship, we couldn't agree more. When you find yourself really connecting with someone except for when you're in bed, it can be hard to convince yourself that having great sex isn't all that important. However, that's far from the truth; in fact, bad sex can actually be a dealbreaker. But if you want to get your sexual chemistry back, communicating with your partner is the first step. Letting your partner know what you want and don't want is extremely important in improving how satisfied you are with your sex life. You can also use this to your advantage by communicating in a sexy way. If you feel like your partner is a "dead fish" in bed, watch the video above for tips on getting them hooked on you.