Guide To Better Sex
Having a guide to better sex can help some improve not only their time in bed, but their overall life. Sex can be a pleasurable, relaxing activity, but it can also either relieve stress or create it, depending on the outcome. Use these simple tips to have better sex.
- Set the tone. Candle light and soft music isn't a turn on for everyone. When attempting to have better sex, find the right tone for you and your lover. If you both love long walks, find the time to take one. If comedy clubs are your thing, go laugh together. Whatever you enjoy as a couple is probably what is going to put you both in the mood the best. Of course if candles equal romance to you both, go for lots. Avoid doing new activities prior to a planned bedroom romp. If things don't go well for one or both, the mood is often ruined.
- Talk about it. One key in learning to have better sex with your partner is to have open and honest discussions. Approach the subjects of sex that interest you and gently get your partner to join in the discussion. Talk about every element of sex. Do not avoid talking about fantasies and new activities to try in the bed. Discuss toys, porn, positions and new places to have sex together. The more open the discussions, the more you will learn about what each partner wants and what you both find gratifying.
- Try something new. Take the information you have gathered from your discussion and try something new. One key to have better sex is the mutual enjoyment of each other. Keep the right attitude about the new activity. If it doesn't go well, laugh it off and continue to something else.
- Take the time. To have better sex, never be in a rush. Extend the foreplay. Extend intercourse. Extend the afterglow. Your sex life is worth spending time on. You may need to carefully plan the needed time ahead of time, but make it happen.