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How to Deepen Your Sexual Connection With Your Partner

If the sex feels boring, it may be because you’re focusing on pleasure first and connection second. You may be doing a lot of things and movements, but not really being with each other. When you express your emotions, risk being vulnerable and are open, you can connect on a deeper, more intimate level. Sometimes being emotionally naked is the sexiest, most thrilling way to satisfy your desires. Let’s look at how you can deepen your sexual connection with your partner.

Set the Stage

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One way you can connect more during sex is by setting the stage for intimacy. Some great ideas for setting the mood include giving one another massages, putting on some sensual music, lighting candles and making sure to clear your schedules for sex and intimacy. You can also set the mood by kissing often before sex. Sexual intimacy happens when you feel safe, loved and aroused by your partner. SpicyBox sends you intimate items every month. Order your first box today!  

Be Present

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Many people feel emotionally disconnected during sex because their minds are somewhere else. You need to be fully present in order to be fully open. Avoid thinking about your to-do list, house chores, work or your kids’ schedule. Get out of your head and back into your body. Bring all your attention to your body and breath and then bring all of your attention to your loved one. Letting go during sex and meditating is the exact same thing.

Prioritize Building a Friendship

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Many people make the mistake of focusing too much on technique — the details of sex itself. However, one of the most underrated ways to increase trust and openess during sex is to really work on developing a solid, always-evolving friendship with your partner. When your relationship is a safe space to share, be and express without being judged, your ability to offer more and surrender without reservations in the bedroom greatly increases.

Let go and Surrender 

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Let go of your expectations of how things should go and look and just enjoy the moment with your partner. Many couples try to plan how their lovemaking should go before it’s even happened. This is partly because you can easily get stuck in a sex routine. Doing this will prevent you from experiencing fully surrendered sex — the sex where you both fully surrender into trust and love and let all of your walls down. Switch up your predictable sex routine with SpicyBox’s Passion Tips!

Take Turns Giving And Receiving

How to Deepen Your Sexual Connection With Your Partner
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Sometimes people get into a habit of primarily giving or receiving. When you set up a time where you can be alone with your partner without interruption, try to maintain focus on one another during your sexually intimate moments. Taking turns is not about “you do me and then I’ll do you,” it is about dropping into a shared erotic experience with focused attention.

There are many ways to intensify your intimate connection with your significant other during sex. You can also communicate openly about your physical and emotional needs. Practice being more verbal about how you feel toward your partner, or express your feelings in outward non-verbal ways. You can try maintaining eye-contact during sex, doing small touches like stroking their face and kissing their neck. You can even say their name during sex or tell them you love them. Working on deepening your bond with your partner through intimacy will lead to a more satisfying sex life in your relationship. If you want to receive monthly ideas and tips to further strengthen your connection, make sure to order your SpicyBox

Why Sex Is Important in a Relationship

Sure, there’s much more to a relationship than sex, but getting busy is a major factor in maintaining a healthy, long-term partnership.

After dating for a period of time, many couples stop prioritizing sex. Many believe this is a normal evolution as time goes on. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to bring the passion back. Getting too comfortable with the “norms” of a long-term relationship can be the end of your relationship. Let’s go over the importance of sex in your relationship, whether that has been going on for three months or three years.

Sex is Important for Your Overall Health 

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Studies show being intimate a few times per week is just what the doctor ordered. There are numerous health benefits for folks of all ages and both genders. During each orgasm, your body releases DHEA, a hormone known to boost your immune system, improve cognition, keep skin healthy and help you look younger. It can also lower your blood pressure! For women specifically it improves memory, regulates periods and lowers the risk of preeclampsia. For men it decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease and prostate cancer! It’s also good for your mental health since it can lead to decreased pain and anxiety and increased relaxation and well-being due to the endorphins being released. 

It’s Important for You to Both Feel Desirable

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Feeling secure and confident in your relationship is very important. One semi-obvious reason sex matters in a relationship is desirability. Feeling wanted and desirable comes from more than physical elements of a relationship. Still, it’s undeniable that sex is key to making each other know that no matter how long it’s been, you are still hot as ever! For both men and women, being desired is essential to happiness and confidence in a relationship. Sex can make many feel desired, but when sex is part of love, that’s the highest form of desirability. There’s physical, mental and emotional stimulation involved when making love with your partner. You’ll love the His and Hers Passion Tips in your SpicyBox, they will surely help reignite this type of passion. 

Intimacy Increases Connection

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Touch will bring you closer to your partner in a very physical and hormonal way. Since sex releases oxytocin, the “bonding” and “love” hormone, being intimate will make you feel connected with your partner. Having regular sex in a monogamous relationship can increase your level of commitment and help you connect emotionally. Couples are more likely to stay together when they can express their love in this way. The relational benefits of sex are also assisted by the chemicals our bodies make which are calming and can contribute to bonding and greater emotional intimacy.

So, think of sex as a prescription for good health — your mind, body and relationship will thank you for it. Also, don’t forget to wear your sexy lingerie from SpicyBox’s exclusive collection!   

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