If you want to keep your sex life interesting, you have to be willing to talk about it. This can be helpful as well as arousing for both of you. That’s right; talking about sex can turn you on. Discuss what you find exciting and whatever you would like to be getting more of from your partner. Not sure where to start? Think about what your sex life was like at the start of your relationship. What do you miss? What can be reintroduced? When you do talk sex, focus on the positive. Instead of talking about what your partner doesn't do, tell him what he can do (or do more of) to turn you on.
A wink or a simple caress on the arm is a lot sexier than saying, “Let’s go have sex.” Developing little sex signals with your partner is a great way to keep committed sex from falling flat. Some couples have their own secret or personal ways of telling each other they're interested in having sex. It can be a nod, a word or even a certain outfit. This kind of behavior helps add mystery and suspense to your relationship since you and your partner are the only ones who can understand and identify the get-frisky signals.
Avoid getting bored in the bedroom by regularly introducing new ideas to your sex life. It doesn't have to be a dramatic shift, but steering clear of sexual ruts requires creativity. What you do depends on your comfort level, but start by switching up where and when you usually have sex. If you always have sex in the bedroom, try the kitchen, bathroom shower or even a hotel room. Changing the place and situation for sex will help stir things up. You can also buy some new lingerie, test out a new sexual position (or two) or go shopping for a sex toy. The point is to take the predictability out of committed sex and make it more interesting.
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