To have a great sexual relationship with your partner, it’s important to have the following eight kinds of conversations.
- Discuss how household chores will be shared:
After a day of playing the role of housekeeper, chef, chauffeur, and businesswoman, I’m too exhausted to play the vixen in the bedroom.
Dr. Ronseswich suggests having a conversation with men about the division of household chores. Men are problem solvers and will do whatever it takes to get to the end game.
- Talk about your priorities:
We need to put our relationships and families above our careers so we can spend quality time with our wives, husbands, kids, friends, and families.
- Describe what relieves your stress:
If you try to initiate lovemaking before I’m ready, you may feel rejected.
- Describe your sources of inspiration:
A thoughtful gesture like a “thinking about you” text can get your mind in the mood for sex.
Dr. Ronseswich believes it is important to let your partner know how this type of foreplay stimulates you.
- If you had a fantasy, what would it be?
According to Dr. Ronseswich, people have new erotic fantasies every 90 days and need to be able to communicate openly about their desires. Understanding each other’s love language and experimenting with new things can help you create new excitement in your relationship.
The book has a list of questions to encourage you and your partner to really talk about what works for you sexually.
Dr. Ronseswich says you have to decide if you want to keep doing things the same old way or try something new.
- Let’s talk about technology without it:
Time spent on technology is time spent actively ignoring time to connect with our partners, says Dr. Ronseswich. Set aside 30 minutes each day to unplug and spend time lovemapping with your partner.
Dr. Ronseswich says that you must continue to have those early conversations regularly to keep the relationship connected. The answers to the questions that you thought you knew years ago might have a different answer today.
- Discuss how you can validate one another:
About a year ago, I decided to focus on all the things I loved about my husband.
- There are other reasons why you might not be in the mood for sex as well:
Lack of sex drive is a side effect of medications that treat pre-existing health conditions like depression, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
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