I was surprised by how much he loved hearing me say that I was enjoying myself.
Talking during sex is a nice way to nurture sexual intimacy in a relationship.
Knowing each other’s desires, preferences, and sexual past is key in starting things off on the right foot.
Recent research has confirmed what many have always suspected – that male and female brains are “wired differently”.
That fact manifests itself in a myriad different ways; essentially men are better for some tasks and women better for others. Hobbies No matter how long you have known each other, common hobbies always provide much to talk about.
Subjects that are of interest to men are boring to women, and vice-versa – so what to do? If it’s a new relationship, discuss hobbies that your partner loved as a child.
Life Daily understands this problem, so we set our team the task of finding some topics that should work for most couples. The early days Discuss the early days of your relationship and rediscover what drew you to each other. If you’ve been together for a few years, explore the possibility of doing something new. You can reflect on past vacations – maybe before you knew each other – or perhaps some that you shared.
It is known that falling out of love is the major reason for divorce.
But, if a couple are able to have interesting and stimulating conversations, this is great for the strength of the relationship.
He kicked things off by telling me how sexy he thinks I am, and I reciprocated by being a little more vocal about what I wanted him to do and how it felt.
The funniest thing was that once I started responding, I couldn't seem to stop.
RELATED: 10 Signs Your Sex Life Needs a Makeover Talk Fantasies, Fetishes, and Desires Before you laugh, listen up.
“Couples should definitely discuss fantasies and fetishes,” says Abiola Abrams, sex and relationships guru and creator of Abiola's Passionista Playbook.
Hines, sex educator, and founder of Funky Brown Chick.com, says they can be the cure for a sex life that’s gone stale. “Especially in long-term relationships, sex can begin to feel routine. Discussing what's on the table when it comes to sex helps clarify boundaries." Discuss Your Sexual History and Future Plans Remember in high school sex ed class when your teacher warned that when you have sex with someone, you’re having sex with everyone they’ve ever had sex with?