Think sex isn't important in a relationship? Better think again.
Here's what sex can do for your relationship...
1. Bonding. Do you feel super close after a romp with your partner? That's not your imagination. The brain releases feel good hormones called oxytocin, also known as the "cuddle hormone." Of course we don't finish "playing" and turn to our mate and say, "Wow, some oxytocin rush." In fact, we probably don't even care where that feeling is coming from, we just like that it feels good and we see our partner with sex-colored glasses.
2. Sexy from inside out. Who doesn't like to feel sexy? What better rush of sexiness than when your partner takes the time to slide his hand across your thigh? Your stomach? Or, when he plants kisses along the smooth trail of your curves? No matter that we all have body flaws, he isn't thinking anything but how much he wants you at that moment.
3. Boredom. How many couples switch on the TV and get lost in movie land every evening? It's easy, especially after long days at work. Instead of heading to the TV, switch something on in another area. Leave a note for your partner to meet you in the bedroom after he brushes his teeth. Slip into your fave lingerie and then slide into bed. When he climbs in and sees his package, he'll not only be pleasantly surprised, but ready to unwrap.
4. The benefits are tremendous. Not only does sex help us mentally and emotionally, but it's great for a rockin' body. It burns calories (on avergae about 170) and tightens muscles. And did you know that its been proven to lower blood pressure? So, do it for your health !
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