Bedroom Secrets to Spice Up your Sex Life


Is your sex life stuck into the shackles of boredom? Do you often feel a repetition in your act which turns you and your partner off? If you are nodding in approval, then you are suffering from bedroom boredom syndrome. Do not panic! It is natural to feel something like this few years down your married life. Trust us and follow our tips to revive the physical bond between the two of you.
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Ask your partner

Couples often tend to get overconfident in understanding their partner’s need in bed. Presuming everything beforehand and acting accordingly can often yield bitter results. Here is a new mantra that you can follow: “Do unto your partner as he would want done,” which means fulfil your partner’s desire as per his/her whims and fancies, and not yours. Rekindle your romance by simply asking what your partner wants.

Do not limit yourself

In the initial years of a relationship, couples naturally explore each other’s desires and turn-ons. However, as couples come out of their honeymoon phase, they tend to follow the usual script for getting cosy. This further dampens your married life. What you need to do is explore the vast realm of your desires and experiment. Try some naughty games. Opt for role plays to drive boredom out of your bedroom. Watch romantic movies together in bed. Get to know your partner’s favourite places where he/she likes to be touched. Move beyond the conventional areas and ignite the whole body!

75 per cent rule

This rule is very important to make relationships work. Most married women lose interest in physical intimacy within the first ten years of the relationship. Being the most important marital glue, physical intimacy must be kept alive. Follow the 75 per cent rule: whenever your partner passes you a hint for intimacy, it is advisable that you accept it at least 75 per cent of the times. This willl spice up your love life. And, doing so will also strengthen your emotional bond. This way you can fill in the communication gaps in your relationship.

Mutual respect

Bed is not only a place for your sexual desires. It is also a platform where couples understand and listen to each other’s problems, find out solutions and fall in love all over again. So, if you ever engage in a fight, it is best to resolve your differences before going to bed. Always make your bed a happy place to sleep on.

 

So, decode your limits and take your sex life to the next level. At the end of the day, you will find yourself feeling more confident and closer to your partner!

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