What’s a better stress reliever than a proverbial “roll in the hay” with your spouse? In addition to the spiritual and the personal connections that we have with one another. We must also keep the physical in the forefront as well. It only takes a little tweaking every once in a while to keep your bedroom spicy! Here are 5 types of sex that every married couple needs.
1. Role Playing Sex
Sound corny? Don’t knock it ’til you try it. You should be able to have fun and be free around your life partner, so have at it. You can be whomever and whatever you want to be, as long as it’s sexy. Even if you’re not a good actor, you’ll end up having fun and close enough to let the real fun begin!
2. The Quickie
Don’t look like that! This is awesome adrenaline delivery – which gives us a rush and makes us feel exhilarating. This is just another fun way to keep your love life healthy and your sex life hot. Whether it’s during a lunch break or with a house full during holiday dinner. I absolutely love it when my husband and I have a hot secret and our eyes meet in a crowded room. It makes you feel good inside. You’re also guaranteed to be on his/her mind, very frequently, for the rest of the day!
3. Me. Jane. You. Tarzan.
The next time your honey is dripping with sweat after a workout, don’t run away. Instead, pull them into you and let nature and the laws of attraction become an aphrodisiac. Post-workout sweat contains androstadienone, a testosterone derivative that elevates female arousal when she gets a whiff of it. A bonus: You’ll burn even more calories in the process.
4. Makeup Sex
I, personally, find it rather difficult to get in the mood when I’m upset, but from many married sources, comes the similar consensus that makeup sex is the best sex of them all. I can see how emotions and adrenaline could possibly turn into exceptional love-making. At least you know when you do this, that you’re in a marriage that can hit the bumps in the road and together you can both channel your anger into sexual energy.
5. Open Up The Pleasure Chest
Every couple should start a “pleasure chest” when they are newly married. This chest contains all types of toys and other stuff that you may not need right after your nuptials, but later on down the road. Take a trip together to an adult store and pick out some goodies that are sure to make your nights memorable. Also, ladies when we’re invited to those “toy parties”, we should not be ashamed, but look at this as investment towards a healthy and fun sex life with our wonderful spouses!
What other types of sex do you think married couples need?
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