4 Timeless Ways To Spice Up Any Relationship*
4 Timeless Ways To Spice Up Any Relationship*
If you were with your partner for a long time, you might have found yourself wishing that things were a little more how they used to be. Perhaps that contributed to you splitting up? So you don’t want the same thing to happen with a new partner!
If things in the bedroom in particular are looking a little worse for wear, then it might be time to try and spice things up a bit. As it happens, there are a huge range of ways in which you can do this, including some real tried-and-tested methods. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of those timeless methods, so you can ensure you are going to have a much stronger relationship in no time.
The strongest relationships – and those which are most prone to enjoying good sex – are those in which each individual in the relationship is taking care of themselves first and foremost. If you have started to sense something toxic in the way that you and your partner are together, it could be that one or both of you are not giving yourselves the kind of self-love you need. That self-love is more important than anything, and is the basis of a good interpersonal relationship. So first and foremost, be sure to prioritise self-care if you want your relationship to improve.
Take A Trip Abroad
When was the last time you and your partner went abroad together? Thanks to covid, it was probably at least eighteen months ago or so. Whenever it is, you might well want to think about taking a trip together again at some point in the near future. There are so many great benefits to taking a trip together – for one thing, what’s sexier than a full week just being alone in a hotel room together? Put your work on hold, arrange for all mail to be redirected via www.physicaladdress.com and forget about everything for a week or more – that should be enough to bring you closer together again.
Resist The Routine
In a long-term relationship, it can be all too easy to fall into certain routines. This is just how human beings work, and there is not anything inherently wrong with such routines. But if you want to spice things up a little, you are probably going to find that routines only get in the way. After all, a routine is not as sexy as being passionate and spontaneous. Try your hardest to resist the routine you have developed around sex, and you should find it really helps you both to enjoy it so much more.
Get Out Of The Comfort Zone
We all have our ways and our things which make us feel comfortable. But in a sense, these can often lead to increased inhibitions and a dead bedroom. If you want to spice things up a little, make sure that you are getting out of your comfort zone from time to time. If one of you does this, the other will respond in kind, and you will find that you are both ready to get back to that old love-making.
* contributed post
SuzyMillerCreator of Best Way To Divorce. International Divorce Divorce Strategist and TEDx Speaker.
6th March 2022
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