There are six rules to sex to keep your sex life satisfactory in your long-term relationship. Rule number one is the platinum rule. Do what your partner would like done to them by finding out what their biggest turn on is, and please them with it at least once a week. Rule number two is not to compare your sex life to other people’s sex lives. Rule number three is to find what turns you on about your partner. Rule number four is to have sex at least once a week. Rule number five is to go out without the kids for a night or weekend and have some sex in a hotel. Rule number six is to practice “outercourse”, like stimulating each other with oral sex. Following these six rules can prevent you or help you from those sex slumps you can get while in a long-term relationship.
- People in relationships will want to write down a few simple sex rules. Sex therapists are a great source of information that people need to know.
- Try not to compare one’s sex life to other people along the way. Couples can improve their lives to a significant degree when they are together.
- Stick to these simple sex rules that keep people in relationships together. Sex therapists can offer guidance that will mend that relationship to the fullest.
“Being aware of the context and situations in which you experience your partner as sexy or appealing ― and celebrating that energy ― is a great way to keep things fresh.””