Learning how to communicate your sexual needs, may make you feel awkward (at first), but, it is essential in turning a "ho-hum" sex life into an amazing one!
Simple phrase you can use to make him turn off the computer, chase you into the bedroom and SEDUCE you as the gorgeous woman you are... The Language of Desire
If you been in the same relationship for a
few years, it's not hard to fall into the trap of routine sex. It's
happens to best of us!
Oh, sure, it's "HOT" in the beginning, but what happens when your sex life starts to become boring and routine?
The topic of sexual communication, has so much intrigue and interest, that I couldn't stop with just one article. I want you to experience a sex life that you have dreamed about.
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Why is it, that so many people are tongue tied when it comes to talking about their sexual encounters, but can talk about absolutely nothing, forever?
Are you ready to explore and experience, sexual pleasure that you secretly desire, but you don't know where to start?
If you're feeling this way, chances are, your partner may be feeling the same way, and he/she may be just as excited to explore sexual thrills to keep your sex life sizzling!
So, you're interested in new sexual activities, positions, toys, or new ways to get you and your partner in "the mood"!
You want to be able to communicate your sexual desires to your partner, but you don't know where to begin ...
Decide right now, that you want to master the skill of sexual communication. Make it a priority in your life. Do what ever it takes to understand what "Sexual Communication" is all about, then get down to business and practice and practice some more!
Take Time To Talk
It's time for some genuine verbal communication with one another. Let your partner know that you want to experiment sexually, but not because he/she does not please you ... because it excites you to think that you can enjoy a new level of love making together!
Be Open Minded
If you are really searching for ways to communicate your sexual needs, you are going to have to keep an open mind. That means no programmed responses. When a new suggestion is made, don't jump to a negative conclusion right away.
You want to encourage new ideas. Sure you aren't going to like or enjoy every new idea that comes up, but the goal is to keep the communication lines "open for business".
I'm certain, in the beginning of your relationship, both you and your partner practiced the art of flirting with each other.
So what happened, why did it stop? What would dating be, with out flirting? Flirting is more than fun ... it's mysterious, affectionate, erotic, romantic and is essential in any relationship. It's a way to communicate love and desire for your partner, not to mention is can generate some great sexual energy!
A call through the day to say "I can't wait until you get
home", or "Just thinking about you". Compliment your partner whenever
possible. Meaningful words and gestures sends a powerful message: "I
want you"! Flirting can be a form of fore play before the fore play.
Your Wish List
Exchange a wish list ... It can be as simple as "I wish we could spend the night at home and take a bubble bath together". "I wish we could start our evening by taking a shower together". If you are just starting your journey of erotic communication, sometimes the simplest wishes are the easiest to communicate.
You Are Going To Make Mistakes
Not everything you say or do is
going to be pleasing to your partner. There is no manual or education
in the world that is going to teach your partner what turns you on and
pleases you. Be patient, encourage playfulness and become a sexual
student of each other.
Take the time to invest in your relationship, by learning to communicate your sexual needs. Your partner and your relationship will thank you!
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