Boost Your Bliss…Out of Bed
By Laura Snyder
Many of the reasons behind really rock-your-world sex aren’t all between the sheets. Here are just a few things great lovers know will boost your boudoir bliss without ever taking your clothes off.
Work Up a Sweat
You don’t need to have a super bod to be a sex star, but working out does all kinds of great things to your confidence. And once you start getting to know what your body is capable of on, say, the racquetball court, you’ll really be impressed with the new moves you can demonstrate under the duvet.
Sure you’ve got all those mid-coital moans and groans, but how often do you talk about your sex life when you’re not naked? No matter how connected you and your partner may be, chances are you can’t read each other’s minds. Next time you’re sharing your morning coffee, see what happens when you talk about your secret fantasies instead of swapping sections of the newspaper.
Wake Up Your Senses
If you can’t delight in the feel of spring sunshine warming your face, or appreciate the cool sweetness of a juicy peach, how can you be able to really appreciate all the sensual delights of mind-blowing sex? With the right attitude, even the most mundane task can have an erotic flavor. Focusing on each of your senses can result in a whole new sexual awareness.
Scare Yourselves Silly
You were on to something going to horror flicks as a teenager. “Going to a scary movie is likely to result in a make-out session,” says Dr. Galdino Pranzarone, psychology professor at Roanoke College in Virginia. “Couples receive a rush of adrenaline from the flick and misinterpret it as sexual excitement for each other.”
Cuddle Up Constantly
Make regular deposits into your good carnal karma bank by being regularly sweet (not just sexual) to your honey. Cuddling up together not only releases feel-good brain chemicals that enhance that love-you-madly feeling, it also gives you a good reason to get your hands on each other on a regular basis. Bonus!
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