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Published on December 22, 2010 by thutch33

I'm starting to get bored with sex wl my boyfriend of 4 yrs. I am a bit shy trying anything new? Is this normal? How can I overcome my shyness to try new things so we're both interested?

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Your boredom and your shyness are probably related. Novelty requires risk, and this would mean that you'd need to tolerate whatever anxietry might come up for you in introducing fantasies you've had about improving time with your partner in bed. The Both the discussion and the behavior will make you un-bored, for sure.

Your boredom and your shyness are probably related. Novelty requires risk, and this would mean that you'd need to tolerate whatever anxietry might come up for you in introducing fantasies you've had about improving time with your partner in bed. The Both the discussion and the behavior will make you un-bored, for sure.

An exciting and healthy sexual relationship between partners requires two things. Honesty and Communication. You have to communicate with your partner what makes you feel good. What makes you feel inhibited. You have to ask him " What are your fantasies?" You have to be open and trusting. Sexuality is a way to share some of the most exciting exhilerating experiences in ones life. If you have closed down the lines of communication then neither you or your partner are meeting each others needs, whether that be physiological (sexual) or emotional. It sounds like during the last four years you and your partner have became so comfortable with each other that the fire has gone out and you have forgotten the real reason you became a couple. My recommendations: Open up the lines of communication, be honest. be willing to explore each others fantasies. Trust your partner enough to be adventurous enough to try new things. Before long, the boredom will be gone and you will be experiencing an orgasmic exciting sexual relationship and he will be a very happy satisfied partner. Darleena Anderson LPC MHSP NCC

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