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3 Love Making Hints for Married Couples

By Susie and Otto Collins, Relationship Coaches

Perhaps you’ve been making love with each other for many years. You may wonder why you need to read an article about love making. Nevertheless, keep reading because you might be in for a few surprises.

You may have forgotten a few things along the way and there might even be some new things you want to try.

Here are 3 love making hints just for you…

  1. Create time for romance and love. It is too easy for time to get away from you and love making might tend to get put on the back burner. You may intend to get to it when life calms down.

    As with many things, you have to make time for what’s important in your life. If being intimate with your partner is a priority for you, make time for it. Perhaps being spontaneous doesn’t work out.  Instead, schedule a “love date” and don’t allow “life” to get in the way.
     
  1. Say so if you don’t feel like making love. But be sure to be honest with both yourself and your partner about why you don’t feel like it. This may sound simple, but sometimes it isn’t.  

    Maybe physical ailments—real or imagined—are allowed to interfere with being intimate. Perhaps you just are too tired and not in the mood for love making.  

    Whatever the reason, honestly let your partner know what’s going on and then make a “date” when you know that you’ll feel better or have more time to focus on each other.

    If you are feeling disconnection you’re your partner, don’t use the old “I have a headache” excuse.  Face the issue and you will feel some relief.
     
  1.  Keep your focus on each other rather than on the kids or your work. Clear extraneous thoughts, worries and fears from your mind when you come together for love-making.

    If you are having difficulty with that, communicate that with your partner, then take a walk to clear your head. A problem or issue with your partner may need to be talked out. Take care of those concerns first and focus on how much you love one another.

You can create more passion in your love making and strengthen your connection in many ways. Learning new skills and new ways to be together takes learning but can be fun and enjoyable!

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Relationship coaches Susie and Otto Collins, authors of "Red Hot Love Relationships" invite you to visit http://www.RedHotLoveRelationships.com to discover how you can turn up the heat in your love relationship.

 


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Relationship Coaches Susie and Otto Collins, PO Box 14544, Columbus, OH 43214
Contact Susie or Otto about Relationship Coaching by calling (614) 568-8282.
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