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Scheduling S£x In Your Marriage Isn't As Bad As It Sounds - Here's Why


Aug. 10, 2020

Don't stop doing the deed.
Couples in relationships and marriage want nothing more than the best romantic s£x but how do you achieve it when there's so much going on?
While having amazing s£x is something that happens almost every day at the beginning of a relationship, it is an activity that often becomes less part of a relationship the longer two people are together.
This is quite unfortunate, especially when you consider the intimate connection that two people share during s£xual intercourse.
One particular problem that couples often face when it comes to their s£x lives would be the fact that their lives become so busy, that s£x is an activity that seems to be last on the list most days.  
Once married, many couples start to think about becoming a family — and this usually involves children.
Children take up a lot of time and effort, leaving the couple too tired to have s£x. Additionally, work and many other responsibilities take up so much time.
Scheduling s£x in your busy married life often seems like the only way to make sure you and your partner are able to have some intimate time. But, for many couples, the idea of putting s£x on the calendar seems unromantic and boring.  
But, scheduling s£x can still be romantic and fun.
A report by Huffington Post explains that once married, many couples only have s£x once a week — sometimes even less — and that this activity often becomes something that is not as important to the couple anymore.
Having s£x is beneficial and helps two people in a relationship continue to share intimacy. This can be quite tough to uphold when there are too many tasks on your schedule.  
Even though it may feel like scheduling s£x is unpleasant, there is no need to let the fact that you might need to start scheduling your intimate time to ruin your s£x life.
If you go about the process of scheduling s£x the right way, then there is no need for confusion, misunderstandings or problems when it comes to maintaining the spark in your relationship.
To improve your marriage and relationship by scheduling the best and most romantic s£x, there take these two simple steps. 
1. Open communication
The first step to ensuring that the scheduling of s£x does not interfere with the intimacy and romance of you and your partner’s s£x life is to have open communication. 
Bring up the topic in a conversation with your partner, but not in such a way that they may think you are not satisfied with them in the bedroom.
Be considerate when talking to your partner and listen to what they have to say. If they are not in full agreement with you, talk about the differences you two may have.
It is important that both you and your partner agrees that scheduling s£x would not cause negative effects on your relationship. Talk about the fact that both you and your partner have busy schedules, and that scheduling s£x can help you two make sure there is enough time for intimacy in your relationship.
2. Schedule s£x
After you and your partner mutually agree on the fact that it might be a good idea to schedule s£x, it is time to add it to your schedule. There is no need to make it too official.
For example, agree that you will go to bed early on Friday nights — book a movie night for you and your partner. You can watch some fun movies together, switch it all off, and then spend some intimate time together in bed.
Maybe schedule your Sunday afternoons so that you and your partner can spend some time together. Perhaps, even schedule out a couple of minutes on Monday morning — even if it’s just for a quickie. This will give you and your partner a great start to the new week — every week.  
In addition to these ideas, there are ways to include romance in your scheduled s£xual activities. Schedule a date night every week, and make this night special. One week, you can cook, the next week your partner can cook.
Start things out slow and don’t overlook the importance of foreplay as a path to great s£x.
Foreplay is vital if you truly want to ensure every s£xual session is intimate, especially if your partner is struggling with an issue such as s£xual pain disorder or low libido, as this can help to get both of you "in the mood", and create more intimacy and romance during s£x.
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