Is Your Sex Life Like McDonald's?

Is your sex life full of empty calories?

Is Your Sex Life Like McDonald's? [EXPERT]

Is you sex life satisfying, but nothing special? Let's face it, we all go to McDonald's occasionally, but if you eat nothing but a plain hamburger every day, you probably need to branch out and try something more appetizing from time to time. If your sex life also seems like an old, stale cheeseburger, maybe it's time for you to review what's going on in your relationship. 10 Ways To Cleanse An Ex From Your Life


Here are a few questions to ask yourself:

1. Do I enjoy sex with my partner on a regular basis? Is it always a pleasure, and never feels like a duty I must fulfill?

2. Are experimentation and play key elements in my sexual expression?

3. Do my partner and I make time for sex and don't allow it to be put on the back burner?

4. Am I affectionate with my partner, knowing that loving touch increases levels of oxytocin, the "bonding hormone" — and do I encourage lovemaking?

So, looking through all of these statements, what did you answer and how does your relationship measure up? Let's look at these ideas individually ...


1. Enjoying sex with your partner on a regular basis is a must for healthy expression and satisfying relationships. What you have to define for yourselves is what "regular basis" looks like within your relationship, not anybody else's.

Having sex because it is your "duty" doesn't help you or your partner foster intimate connections. And, if you are looking at sex as just another box that needs to be checked off of your "to do" list, you are missing the point of the intimate connection. Dr. Laura Berman On How To Spice Up Your Sex Life In 2012

2. Experimentation and sexual play are like putting frosting on a cake — not entirely necessary, but really adding some sweet, intense elements to an already delicious endeavor. If you have not experimented lately, find something new like toys, lotions, or a game that is mutually acceptable and give it a try. You will be surprised at how exciting things can turn out.

3. One of the complaints that I hear most from my clients is that having to schedule sex takes the spontaneity and fun right out of it. Yes, having to schedule sex can sound rigid, but the reality is that most people have such busy lives; if it doesn't get planned it doesn't happen.


While putting a little afternoon delight into your day timer isn't spontaneous, what you do with that time can be. So, don't put sex on the back burner, because you will not get to it on a regular basis. I Love You, You're Perfect!Now Change...

4. Oxytocin is known as the hormone that helps with feelings of closeness and contentment, and can be released through skin to skin touch. Being affectionate with your partner, touching and bonding will encourage the feelings of desire and arousal.

So, while McDonald's is filling, eating there regularly is not going to give you a vibrant, healthy experience. Try branching out to a "Happy Meal" once in a while and see how your relationship thrives!


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