The secret to a fulfilling love life

All Woman

What is the secret to keeping your love embers glowing for the longest while? After the fire cools down, some relationships lose their oomph and become mere friendships. But it's possible to keep the flame going with just ensuring that you take time to develop a few habits.

Learn about your partner over and over again

There will always be a side to your partner to discover. Don't assume that your partner is fulfilled and so there's no need to introduce something new and exciting. Date your mate on the regular.

Don't argue over unimportant things

Arguing about clothes on the floor or who is washing the dishes is a sure way to annoy your mate and kill their desire to be intimate with you.

Make the time for lovemaking

Absence of sex is never about being busy, but rather about what importance you place on it. No matter how busy a schedule you have, make it your duty to include time for your partner.

Split the bills

Money, or the lack thereof, is a sure way to kill intimacy. Discuss finances early so both parties can understand their financial obligations. Nobody wants sex when the bills are a burden to one party.

Request what you want in bed rather than complain about what you're not getting

This is a huge issue for many couples, who assume that their partners must know what they want. But telepathy is a skill for the occult, so if you don't share what you want, your partner will not know to fulfill.




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