Guys who ask these 5 questions are always the best in bed – Mind-blowing orgasms await you … if you’re willing to talk about it. Sex doesn’t get talked about enough. The word “communication” can be found in 99 percent of modern relationship advice/literature… but it’s rarely to do with our sex lives. It’s usually focused around dissolving conflict, going deeper in your relationship, or expressing jealousy. All of which are totally valid things to want to work on.
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And some arguments can be best served with a passionate, emotionally present night of sexual play faster than they can be with words.
That being said… sex! How are we not talking about it with our partners more? Well, we are now.
Let’s do this.
Here are five questions to ask to increase the quality of your sex life. Some might be easier for you than others, but I promise that if you implement them, you’ll notice benefits from each and every question.
1. What have been some of your favorite sexual experiences (whether between us or with others)? What was it about those experiences that you loved so much?
You may have to set your triggered ego aside for this one because, spoiler alert, your partner likely had sexual experiences before they met you.
When you and your partner think back on the entirety of your individual sexual history, what moments or experiences stand out to you as the hottest/most erotic/most deeply satisfying?
This is a question that really deserves to be pondered. Give it a few days. Journal about it. Talk about it.
What have been the best sexual experiences of your life? What have been some of your partners? And then, once verbalized, are each of you willing to incorporate that experience or some version of it into your sex life?
Granted, some experiences you’ll want to keep in the past, but if there’s something that you and your partner (or one of your former partners) used to do that you really miss, you’re allowed to introduce it into your present day sex life.
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