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How to improve your sex life – Spice up your sex life with Rachel Sussman, LCSW , Marriage and Family Therapist

If you know you’re a little bored with your sex life, how do you tell your partner without hurting feelings? Couples therapist Rachel Sussman has advice for how to talk to your partner in this delicate situation.

Here’s her advice about How to Revive Your Sex Life

If you’ve been with the same person for a long time, odds are your sex life could use a little spicing up. But how do you talk to your partner about improving your sex life without hurting feelings?

•           Communication is the key to reviving your sex life. Talk to your partner in an open and gentle way to acknowledge that something’s gone a little off track and ask how you can work together to get it back on track.

•           Make it fun. After all, variety is the spice of life!

•           Talk about your fantasies with your partner. When it comes to sex, a lot of us have secret fantasies. Couples who communicate their fantasies are the ones who have the best options available to them and have a great sex life.

Read the rest of Rachel’s tips at http://www.howdini.com/howdini-video-6652010.html

WE also recommend you read Reinventing Date Night for Long-Married Couples By TARA PARKER-POPE

“Using laboratory studies, real-world experiments and even brain-scan data, scientists can now offer long-married couples a simple prescription for rekindling the romantic love that brought them together in the first place. The solution? Reinventing date night.”

Article continues here: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/12/health/12well.htm l

If you’d like to know where you are on the Intimacy Scale take the Intimacy Survey for Married Couples at http://www.the-intimate-couple.com/intimacy-survey.html

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