Romance tips and tricks? Yes, please!

We’ve all been there. You’re in a relationship and things are going great. But then, suddenly, you find yourself feeling bored in the bedroom.

Unfortunately, bad or unsatisfying sex can negatively impact the quality of your relationship. So much so, that for many couples, sex is one of the leading causes of divorce.

Studies show that 42 percent of women and 54 percent of men are unhappy with their sex lives. And unfortunately, that number is expected to continue growing.

The Importance of Intimacy in a Relationship

Intimacy is an important part of any relationship. It helps to build trust and closeness between partners. Intimacy can be physical, emotional, or sexual. It can be shown in many different ways, such as through acts of affection, words of affirmation, quality time, or gifts.

Couples who have a strong level of intimacy in their relationship tend to be happier and more fulfilled. They also tend to have less conflict and communicate better. If you’re looking to improve your sex life, focusing on intimacy can be a great place to start.

Romance Tips and Tricks: How To Spice Things Up in the Bedroom

Of course, not every person who has sex does so with a committed partner. And those who are single or in non-committed relationships have a right to healthy, satisfying sex, too. So whether you’re in a happy relationship, or just want to learn how to up your game, there are many ways to spice things up in the bedroom. Take a look at this list of romance tips and trick that you probably haven’t thought of:

Talk It Out

Relationships take work. And part of that work includes talking to your partner.

This may seem like a no-brainer. But for many couples, pillow talk often gets put on the backburner for other daily tasks and other important responsibilities.

Having conversations with your partner can help you bond with them on a deeper level. It can help you understand their thoughts and feelings, and can also be a way to connect with them on a more intimate level.

Talking about things that are important to you both can also help you resolve any past conflicts, which is often an inhibitor for many couples when it comes to the bedroom.

Try a Shared Experience

Intimacy is not just about sex. Instead, intimacy is about sharing your deepest thoughts and feelings with your partner. It is also about being vulnerable and trusting them with your heart.

There are many ways to be vulnerable with your partner, but doing so can be scary. Still, it can be a rewarding experience, deepening the connection you share. Here is a list of activities to try to help you get started:

  1. Try a couples’ massage to promote relaxation and intimacy. 
  2. Take an art class where you can bond through creative expression.
  3. Face your fears together by trying a daring activity such as skydiving or rock climbing.
  4. Be more in tune with yourselves as you meditate together during a yoga class.
  5. Write a love letter detailing everything you love about each other.

Leave the Bedroom

When it comes to sex, the bedroom is where much of the magic happens. But even the bedroom can get boring after a while.

To combat this, why not try moving the romance to another place? There are SO many places to choose from, which is part of the fun.

Sit down and create a “bucket list” of places where you want to do the do. For example, you can pitch a tent in the backyard for a romantic evening under the stars. Or try getting busy on top of the washing machine for its extra “stimulation.”

No matter what to try, planning where to have sex is actually a great way to bond with each other.

Start Feeling Yourself

Even though many are embarrassed to talk about it, masturbation is actually pretty common — like, really, REALLY common. According to Web MD, a national study revealed that a whopping 95 percent of men and 89 percent of women admitted to doing it.

It also provides a number of health benefits, including reducing stress, promoting better sleep, and relieving painful menstrual cramps.

But aside from that, masturbating is also a great way to spice up your sex life. Understanding your body, including what does and does NOT feel good, can help you take better charge in the bedroom. Plus, many experts believe that masturbation can also increase your libido over time.

Whether you decide to give your partner a show or do it together, masturbating is a natural and healthy way to kick it up a notch in the bedroom.

Get Fit

Sex is a workout. And to become better at it, it’s important to
practice exercises that can help you perform.

Kegels are a great exercise that women can do to help improve their bedroom skills.

They provide a great way to work out your pelvic floor muscles. Not only do they help improve incontinence, but they also can increase sexual pleasure.

Kegels are easy to do, and can be done anywhere, anytime. All you need to do is squeeze your pelvic floor muscles as if you are trying to stop urinating. You can do kegels while sitting, standing, or lying down.

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