Do you feel like the demands of life has put your relationship on the backburner? Worry not.Have a chat Start your chat as soon as you get back from work on Friday night. The conversation could be about anything that you know you’re both passionate about, and makes you feel good. Or go down memory lane, and relive the good times. Wake up on Saturday morning and talk about anything positive and acknowledge each other’s good sides. If you had had a fight, bury the hatched, and try to just let it go and start afresh. If you were on the wrong, start the day with a sincere apology. You can also apologise for something you that makes you feel guilty that you never apologised for. You can also bring up quirky stories about each, and maybe share more stories from your child hood. It’s all about having and laughing together. Make a meal together This will give you more time to bond, and you’ll be able to learn a thing two about each other. You can also give each other lessons, or learn to cook together. Then take your breakfast back to bed where you can have a relaxed lie in. Be sensual A bath together and cuddling can create intimacy that is not specifically about sex. If it does lead to sex, allow it. Creae an ambiance that will focus on the two of you (It may be a good idea to send the kids their grandparents for a visit). Reassuring each other that you’re safe in each other’s hands no matter what each partner wants to talk about. Surprise him It could be a much needed massage after a week of hard work, or a bedroom prepared for love making. Surprising your partner with something they’ll enjoy shows that you care about them. Even watching his favourite movie or series together is one way you can reconnect and have something to talk about later. Have mind-blowing sex Sexy lingerie, a lap dance and role playing may set the tone for an amazing sex marathon. Be spontaenious, try new things and let out your wild side.
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