Making love can be a little like going to the gym: hot, sweaty and easy to put off.
In a long-term relationship, stress, tiredness, over-familiarity and the demands of children can come between you and the one you love.
How do you put the lust back into love?
Yet making love literally does that. It makes love, because the hormones generated are the biological foundation for a harmonious relationship.
So it is important to take pleasure in your partnership. But how do you put the lust back into love?
Honesty is a form of intimacy. And not talking can turn to insecurity. Some couples seek counselling; others find wine works wonders.
Make a date
This is obvious, but how many of us plan a date night? Try it. Set time aside, pack the kids off to the grandparents, book a hotel room.
Make it quick
If we’re expected to please our lover every time, we’re less likely to make the effort. So be spontaneous. A ‘quickie’ can lead to something that lasts longer.
Make it once
If you have sex once, you’re much more likely to do it again. Love-making releases oxytocin — the body’s natural bonding drug — so even if you don’t feel like it, just do it. Nature will do the rest.
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