How should i refresh my marriage life?
Life after marriage
just sleep with me once and your married life will get completely refreshed dear oh i am joking you can sleep with many more persons.
If your married life intercepted by storm sex problems, it is important that you know and recognize, what is desired sexual activity by your spouse. With the goal, to get together to realize the dream of sexual activity as desired.
Every person has a sexual desire that is different. There are couples who have a high sexual arousal, but there also have low sexual desire or indifferent. To cope with sexual desire not to recede, then get to know your partner's condition. Because sexual activity is very enjoyable if done with a relaxed, happy, not in a state of distress, upset or angry.
Generally, male virility to measure himself from power or sexual arousal. That is why, many husbands who view that sex is important. However, if the unmet sexual needs, he will complain throughout the life of her wedding. In fact, they often ask themselves: What's wrong with my marriage? And many more number of questions that may worry him.
According to the generally male, the fulfillment of sexual activity viewed from the level of frequency of sexual intercourse. More often, is considered capable of satisfying their partners. If you have sex once a month, then your sex life is problematic. But, if done four, five or six times a week, this is quite good.
Decreased sex cause anxiety among men. The man is generally controlling the 'field' of sex. So if reduced sexual frequency, they will begin to 'sound alarm' in the marriage relationship. For this reason, men more often feel anxious when sexual intercourse is rarely done in the household.
For that, for women who have established relationships marriage should consider this one problem. According to research, sexual problems are one of the biggest triggers breakdown of household relations. So, talk to your sexual problems with partners for harmonious relationship could walk.
There are lots of things you can do to bring back some color into your marriage.
Start planning dates.
Dinners - dress up for eachother, like you did when you were first dating (I'm assuming you did here )
cook together and make fun of it - crack open a bottle of wine or a couple of beer and get to work on some food you'll both be able to enjoy
throw some popcorn in a bowl, make some hot chocolate and pop in a movie
go do something productive together like helping out the community
start a class together - take dancing lessons together or a martial art - something to make you both loosen up and be yourselves around each other, confident, and able to laugh together.
Don't knock the power of being a goof! Unless one of you doesn't really have a sense of humor, just being silly or being a goof when the moment strikes you is a good way to be funny, show your partner that you're confident enough to just be yourself (way sexy) and show them that you're comfortable around them (a very nice feeling). Who knows? Maybe they'll be silly back?
Hope this tiny bit of info helps
just sit down and have a good chat with your husband about it!! Make time for each other as well as having your own time the more you both do separatly the more you will have to talk about when your together.
I once heard a saying I really like. "No one can give you better advice than yourself!" Often, perhaps most times, it is true that when we pose questions like these, the answer is suggested. What we are looking for is for it to be legitimized a decision we've already made.
But if you are asking yourself how you can "refresh" your marriage, then you might need to start by asking yourself: How it is that your marriage has become stale (like its a carton of milk or something)?
I would think the answers to that fundamental question would be suggestive, because they themselves are intrinsically indicative of what you might do to "refresh" the relationship.
Mightn't you also consider the relationship itself -- that is: Do you want to remain in it? But that's not something any of us here at HubPages can help you with, I'm afraid.
The subtitle of your question is: "Life after marriage." This is an expression we sometimes utter tongue-in-cheek. But its something to think about. After all we form relationships of all kinds for the purpose (or at least one purpose among many) of enriching the quality of our lives.
You might ask if the marriage and the relationship itself has enriched the quality of your life. Has it deteriorated the quality of your life? HONESTLY! Depending on how you answer that question, you will probably act accordingly.
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