Intimate sex tips
This article was originally published on The Gottman Relationship Blog on Feb 14, , and has been republished. Past sexual rejection or embarrassment about our bodies is often to blame for intimacy issues. Not to mention our culture and life experiences which have created feelings of sexual shame, making romantic and intimate sex scary to even talk about. In an online study of 70, people in 24 countrie s , researchers found several similarities in couples who have a great sex life.
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One of the best things about this world is that there are about as many sex positions as there are flavors of ice cream. Basically, you've got a plethora of options. Sometimes all you want is to engage in the kind of daring, delightfully dirty sex positions that would make Christian Grey wonder what the hell he'd gotten himself into. Or the kind that require you to push your body to its most flexible limits. But on other occasions, you may prefer something that feels a little more emotionally raw, like you and your partner have fused into one amazing-sex-having being.
It can be fast and passionate, slow and romantic, and just as emotional as it is physical. The fix: Carve out some time to have the kind of sex that reminds you of why your relationship is so special. Being touched in a loving way will raise your levels of oxytocin also known as the love hormone and PEA a neurotransmitter associated with bonding , says Deb Laino, DHS , a Delaware-based relationship therapist and certified sex educator. How to do it: Have your partner lie directly behind you or vice versa , while you lie on your sides facing the same direction. If your partner is the one behind you, bend your knees slightly and push your bottom further back for easier access.