Here’s a causality dilemma for you: Which came first, the relationship or the sex? Some couples originate as a lusty, post-wedding, one-night stand that just keeps going, while other couples wait to copulate until it’s post-their own wedding. (Hashtag gasp.) Whatever your desired order of events, the sex is necessary to the relationship. Sex can make or break a relationship, so if you’re in a long-term one, you’ve got to know how to keep your sex life exciting.
Is it easy to get riled up over a new and exciting body in your bed (as long as you are consenting)? Affirmative. Is it easy to get riled up over a body that you have been sleeping in ratty T-shirts next to every night for four years? Negative. Married? Double negative. You and your partner could probably F each other with your eyes closed.
Because you obviously love your partner and want to make your relationship work, Elite Daily spoke to clinical sexologist Dr. Dawn Michael of TheHappySpouse.com to find out the secret to keeping the sex hot in your long-term relationship.
Make Sex Your Number One
Sex for president, 2020. The number one way to keep your sex life exciting is in fact by making it a priority. Putting an emphasis on sex, no matter how long you’ve been with your partner, is the best way to keep things hot in the bedroom… or wherever (because you should be doing it lots of places).
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