When passion and sex are no longer spontaneous, what do you do? Do you wait around and wait for the passion and spontaneity to “just happen” or do you take action and make it a priority with your partner.
Here are some tips to consider when you are trying to rekindle your sexual intimacy or wanting to maintain it over the long-term.
The best way to maintain passion in your relationship is to not let things get dull or boring.
Let your partner know that you desire them.
Ask yourself these following questions to see how you are maintaining intimacy in your relationship
Remember to communicate what you both need to be “in the mood” and be in a mental state to be sexually intimate. This can be different partners, and it’s okay.
Are you ready to make sure that sexual intimacy is maintained in your relationship? I encourage you to take some time and plan when you will engage in some of this tips shared with your partner. On a daily basis, remember to show some intimacy towards your partner. Remember, this does not necessarily mean sexual intercourse, it could be a massage, a hug, a kiss, or just any physical recognition towards your partner. Simply putting your hand on their back is fine too.
If you would like to learn more about ways to maintain sexual intimacy in your relationship, be sure to check out this online relationship class that will provide you with a list of ideas on how to keep sexual intimacy new and exciting. You will also learn what the 5 steps are to master sexual intimacy in your relationship.
By: Priscilla Rodriguez, M.S., LMFT
I specialize in working with couples to enhance their intimacy and connection. I offer couples different ways to grow together. I meet with couples in person for therapy sessions in San Antonio, TX, online for tele-therapy sessions to all Texas residents, I also provide online relationship classes, and now offering couple workshops. In these various forms, I share how couples can maintain their intimacy.
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