5 Tips For A More Passionate Relationship
Want a more passionate relationship? Here are 5 great suggestions for you to get started. If a more passionate relationship is truly your priority, I encourage you to consider the follow tips. There are simple, but not necessarily easy.
1. Stop all blame, shame and criticism.
2. Catch your partner doing something right.
3. Be affectionate and apologize when you’re wrong.
4. Teach your partner what “great sex” means to you.
5. Take a break from the world and go away with your partner.
If you commit to trying out one or more of these suggestions in the next week, I bet you’ll be glad you did. Post a comment and let me know how it works!
Have a Passionate Relationship,
Dr. Adam Sheck
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My husband of 11happy years of marriage wants me to seduce him. What exactly is he saying/requesting and how and what do I do to seduce him? Thank you
Not sure why you’re asking ME how to seduce your husband? Ask him! Also, I’ve shared an article on how to share your sexual fantasies with your partner, check it out on this blog.
Dr. Adam Sheck
I’ve been on a number of relationship and sex ed. sites over time. At 85 I’m still striving for 17. The mind is strong and I’ve learned a lot but time is not on my side. I’ve met a woman who is a fabulous personality match. There is a great physical attraction. She was coming out of a 52 year marriage, half of which was verbal abuse and belittling loneliness. I’ve tried (successfully) to restore her confidence. She has a great smile and good humor. She has accepted to go away with me for 3 or 4 days on a Disney vacation. There is a 12 year separation in our ages, she being younger (good for me). My health is still pretty good but not everything functions as it once did. The majority of doctors that might help just look at my age and are only concerned with the 8 minute visit and the bottom line; no real help. Where do I go from here. I assume a competent Urologist; my inquiries haven’t yielded anything. Am I expecting too much? Don’t say YES because my persistence will continue the quest. Men’s Health magazine has enlightened me to a possible physical condition which I just may self treat if I can’t find a doctor. Alternative medicine has provided many solutions for me in the past. Thanks for any help you may be able to offer.
I admire your persistence in wanting to have a romantic, passionate, and sexual relationship. Yes, our bodies do change over time as you have experienced. AND, you can still have a fulfilling relationship as you embrace the changes and still connect with your partner. I’m not a physician so I can’t give medical advise. I encourage you to pursue every path you can to achieve your goal, yet don’t forget the adage “if it’s too good to be true, it probably is” if you happen to encounter any “miracle cures”.
There really is nothing to cure, simply finding the way to have what you want. I have worked with many men and couples who are more advanced in age and there is usually a strong psychological component involved as well. I’d encourage you to seek an experienced counselor to explore the psychogenic component of sexuality and aging as well.
Wish you the best,