Has the spark gone out of your love life? If so, it can really put some stress on your relationship. We've got some tips to help you and your partner re-ignite the flame and get in the mood for intimacy.
You see them all the time now … advertisements for sexual enhancement drugs and supplements. Clearly there's a big market for them. Now this might surprise you: 15 percent of married couples report that they no longer have sex at all.
"We live in a stressful world," says Coach Marcia B. "There's work to be done, children to take care of, and sex often gets moved to the bottom of the "to do" list or falls off altogether. But a good sex life is essential to a happy marriage. So if your sex life is fading out, it's time for you and your partner to get back in the mood."
The first thing you need to do is make sex a priority. Whether you're feeling frisky or not, make time for each other. Once you get started, nature will take over … if you're relaxed enough. Ladies, you might want to take a soothing bath and light aroma candles. Women get in the mood through stimulating sensual experiences
If one of you wants to have sex and the other just isn't in the mood, and isn't going to get there, you need to be sure to take care of your partner's feelings. It's important for you to be able to talk with each other about sex. Communicating directly and fearlessly about this vital part of your married life is crucial to keeping it going.
Need more relationship advice? Ask Coach Marcia B. HERE.
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