CAN you imagine 400,000 people tuning in when you get intimate? Well, Lacey and Flynn do.
The couple shares their best advice for a better sex life. . .
Say goodbye to the shame
START with an exercise and write down what your parents told you about sex as a child.
There can be a lot of shame in saying it’s bad, so it’s important to identify exactly where your fears are coming from.
Then write down the best and worst sexual experience you’ve ever had. What did she do good or bad? Was it the sex itself or how did you feel afterwards?
A little detective work goes a long way in understanding our emotions and shame when it comes to sex.
WORK OUT WHAT YOU REALLY WANT
WHY do you want to make love? How would you like to feel afterwards? Are there ways to make yourself more present in the moment?
Your intention sets the direction for sex.
Are you doing it to connect more closely with your partner, or do you want to explore new pleasure zones?
Figure out what kind of sex you want first before jumping into bed.
THIS may blow your mind, but you are allowed to talk during a romp.
There’s this idea that talking might make it less sexy. But this is wrong.
You can talk and it can be incredibly hot to do so. It doesn’t make you weird, it makes you authentic and confident.
Ask your partner what they would like and don’t be afraid to say what you like and don’t like.
Open up to each other about your deepest desires.
DON’T FOCUS ON THE BIG O
ARE you in a situation where your goal is to have an orgasm? Don’t fall into this trap, because pleasure is a journey, not a destination.
We want you to have the full experience and enjoy every touch, every smack, every kiss. . .
You need to redefine what pleasure is and enjoy the moment, not focus on the end goal.
Contrary to popular belief, great sex doesn’t have to end in orgasm.
PLAN SEX IN ADVANCE
YOU don’t have to be “in the mood” to have sex. You can have sex when you’re grumpy, sad, annoyed, happy – it doesn’t matter.
If you want good sex, you have to have it, even if you don’t feel like it. Get organized and approach your lovemaking like any other social activity in your life.
Plan sex, put it on your calendar, and show up even if you don’t feel it.
You maintain a great relationship with your partner and have a healthy, connected sex life.
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