These are the hottest tips, sultriest bedroom moves, and most surprising advice so you can shake up your between-the-sheets routine. Turns out the best sex tips aren't always about the sex. A relationship "cannot survive without intimacy," says sexy and relationship therapist Mary Jo Rapini. Rapini is insistent that "women have got to reclaim [their] sex lives.
When it comes to knowing what makes your partner tick in the bedroom, tutorials on " mind-blowing sex positions " only get you so far. Stimulating and gratifying sex is all in the timing, the communication, and spontaneity, according to Dr. Bea Jaffrey—a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist based in Switzerland—and Mary Jo Rapini, a Houston-based psychiatrist and sex therapist. Keep scrolling to find expert suggestions from Rapini on what works in the bedroom and tips from Jaffrey's new book on overcoming common sex issues, Mistakes Couples Make in the Bedroom. Research suggests that better communication is key to better sex , and no, we don't necessarily mean dirty talk. Communicating what you like and don't like can be instructional and informative as you get to know each other's bodies. If he's doing something you like, say so rather than relying on ambiguous gestures or noises.
H as your sex life gone stale? Between kids, work, the economy and other pressures, steamy sex may seem like a fantasy. Are you ready to turn up the heat again? These tips will help get you in the mood, both physically and mentally Sweaty bodies, tangled sheets, moaning… It sounds X-rated, but it could be real life.