When was the last time you sat down and seriously talked about how you feel about your relationship? If it's been a while, set aside an evening -- ideally a weekend so you're not frazzled and stressed about work -- and discuss what's great and not so great. Things might come up that you don't want to hear, but any time spent talking openly and honestly about your twosome is time well spent and can only strengthen your bond.
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This may seem counterproductive, but giving each other space can make room for intimacy. Whether it's once a week or once a month, do something solo. Hit the gym or go out for dinner with a friend while he stays home and vice versa. When you do see each other, you should be refreshed and more inclined to intimacy.
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Small signs of affection are the cornerstones of intimacy. Putting some effort into hugging, kissing, touching and cuddling can do wonders to boost your mood and his. Yes, sex is great (and we're getting to that), but little love gestures are important for boosting your bond and feeling connected.
Rather than a quickie or your usual rushed romp, try and slow things down. Spend time looking into each other's eyes, softly touching and enjoying extended foreplay. This kind of attention to detail during sex can make things more satisfying for both of you and create some serious intimacy.
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