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Freshen up your married life

Submitted by on Tuesday, 21 December 2010No Comment

Romance and passion towards each other are two things that mainly exist before marriage and decrease with the flow of time between married couple, sometimes causing increasing metal distance between them as they are not such attracted towards each other. Some tips and tricks always helps in bringing back memories of your romantic life like it used to happen in previous times:

  • Flirt with your partner, everybody likes to hear their praise and be happy to the person who does it. And you have added advantage of knowing your partner very well, so will never go in vain. Admire any good decision of his or her and show affection, it always helps.
  • Never bother with daily monotonous household and family problems in bed, instead try to work out something new in your sexual life to freshen up things between you and surprise your partner to increase the pleasure.
  • Go out in travelling without prior schedule, roam in some romantic places and memorize your tender moments to make you both happy about that.
  • Try new recipe for your husband or bring new gift for your wife, they are good ways to prove your everlasting love towards each other.
  • Talk and try to make every decision together, everything should be easy as two minds may conflict in some times but adjustments are always the key to share same verdict.
  • Having good sex also helps, try to get used to regular sexual intercourse if none of you are uncomfortable with it. It also keeps your body fit and strong and freshens up mind.

Showing affection to your partner make him or happy, also try to understand their feeling and wishes, the answer to a greatly maintained married life is to present yourself suitable and worthy to each other.

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