Perhaps, it's time to bring the mystery back to the bedroom.
"If you want to have a harmonious relationship you must learn to communicate and compromise . . ." Milana May
Here are three helpful tips to bring the spark back in the bedroom.
America prides itself on efficiency, we are a goal oriented society. We are raised to believe we are what we make and that our bank account defines us. So, what does this mean, can we ever have enough? I hear this all the time in counseling. 'I wish I had a bigger house, a better car, more clothes or more in my savings account.' I tell my clients you can't always define success by your back account, and believe it or not this can affect what happens in the bedroom.
What this all means, is that we have been socialized to control our sexual urges and our appetite for sex. I know, many of you are thinking, we've rented videos, taken baths together, and have been committed to our weekly date but we still have a dull sex life. Passion is unpredictable; it doesn't follow the rules of cause and effect. What works one time may not work another time. This is when it's time to try something off the beaten path. Here are a few tips to get you started:
- Talk about freedom with your partner. When do you feel most free in your relationship? When does being in a relationship make you feel most free, and when does it make you feel less free? How much freedom are you comfortable giving each other, and how much freedom are you comfortable giving yourself?
- Now, it's time to ask yourself, do you feel oppressed? When did you stop pursuing your own dream? Why did you stop pursuing your own dreams?
- Has your partner stopped pursuing their own dreams? Why has your partner stopped pursuing their own dreams?