Sometimes the woman wants sex even if the man does not. Sometimes she … Many women enjoy sex in the morning, not just at night. Sex is not everything. sex tips to spice up your relationship and sex life at … advice on how to rekindle the fire and enjoy mind blowing first time sex every night.
Try the four-week plan
We all want what we can’t have, so introduce a little celibacy into your sex life to really heat it up. The first week, you can only kiss each other, and the second, you can only touch. By week three, you can have oral sex, and by week four, you’ll be so frustrated, the sex you finally allow yourselves to have will be mind-blowing.
Play sex Q&A
All too often, couples take it for granted that they know what each other’s turn-ons are, so ask each other sex questions over a bottle of wine, whether or not you think you know the answers. Try: ‘What’s your most erogenous zone?’ or ‘What position would you really like to have sex in?’ You’ll either discover lots of new things about each other, or remember things you’ve simply forgotten.
Indulge those fantasies
Now you’ve reminded each other what your turn-ons are, try something to get your adrenalin going, such as alfresco sex or using blindfolds. After all, the only thing more arousing than having someone do whatever you ask is watching your partner getting really excited – and knowing you’ve made them feel that way.”
We’re all busy women and when we’re with Mr Long-Term, sleep often takes priority over sex. So make special time for each other – whether it’s a trip back to the place you spent a dirty weekend or going for a massage together. Remember, stress does to sex what water does to fire. If you want the passion back, you must relax.
Ban bedroom baby talk
In the second loved-up month of your relationship, it might have seemed cute to name his penis Mr Winkle, but when you’ve been together a while, pet names can become the least sexy thing of all time. Don’t ditch them though – just ban them from the bedroom. Rekindling first-time sex is about animal passion, not ‘snuffle-bunnies’.