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4 Tips to Improve Intimacy

Are you married? Or are you in a relationship? If so, you likely love your wife or girlfriend, right? Despite a deep and intense love for your wife or girlfriend, you may still want to see an improvement in your intimacy. After all, what man doesn’t want good sex?

If you want to improve your intimacy, it is important to know that you have a number of different options. Unfortunately, many men automatically start thinking of the bedroom. Yes, you do want to “wow,” your wife in the bedroom, but that is not all that sex and intimacy is about. In fact, that is where many marriages go wrong. Too much focus is placed on the sex or the lack of it.

If you’re ready to improve intimacy with your wife or girlfriend, a few easy to implement, yet successful approaches are highlighted here.

1. Date Her

How long have you been married or in your relationship? If it has been a number of years now, do you honestly remember when your last “real,” date was. Many men underestimate the power of a date. You will not want to make this mistake. If you opt just for the sex, your wife may start to feel like it is her responsibility to please you and this is not how a relationship should work.

To not only improve your satisfaction in the bed, but to improve your wife’s satisfaction, take her out on a date. Many times, getting out of the house is enough to bring new excitement into a relationship. For the best level of success, choose a romantic date theme, such as a fancy dinner, a romantic movie, or a night at a nice hotel.

2. Compliment Her

When is the last time that you have paid your girlfriend or wife a truly nice and unique compliment? If it has been a while, it is time for you to start again. Is she wearing a new outfit? Has she recently started a weight loss plan? Did your wife get her hair cut? If so, be sure to compliment her. Complimenting her appearance will increase her self-confidence. This, in turn, can improve experiences in the bedroom.

As important as it is to compliment her appearance, it is also important to remember to compliment her on other areas of your relationship. Do you notice that the house is clean? Has your wife prepared a nice dinner? If so, thank her for the job well done. This will not only help to improve your relationship, but it can have an impact in the bedroom.

3. Seduce Her

What is sex like in your home? Does it occur like clockwork? Do you actually take the time to ask your wife or girlfriend if she wants to have sex? If so, try to refrain from doing so. Yes, you may be rejected, due to a headache or being tired, but why not take the chance? Be spontaneous. Seduce her. Make her want to have sex with you.

4. Fulfill Her Fantasies

In keeping with seducing her, let her know that you want to fulfill her fantasies. It may take your wife a few times to open up about what she likes or fantasizes about sexually, but the information will likely come out soon enough. Give it your all to fulfill your wife’s sexual fantasies. It is also important to note that afterward is the perfect time to share your fantasies and sexual desires with your wife. In end, you may all end up being much more pleased.

There are a number of different ways that you can go about improving the intimacy in your relationship. However, you want to get started in someplace other than the bedroom. Sex in a marriage is about more and should be more than just the act itself. Taking the time to date and compliment your wife will more than pay off in the long run.

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