One of the world’s best comedians ever, once said that basically a relationship comes down with two people either going to the movies, or having sex. Every once in a while, one of them will go “hey, you wanna get something to eat?”
Many will disagree with this statement, and even though it was created just to make you laugh, to some extent it is true – people in longer relationships, at some point, will get bored of sex.
Well, not bored of sex, but bored of the same sex all the time. That’s why long-term couples like spicing things up a bit, shaking the foundations of their relationship to the core.
It’s good, and it’s healthy, for a number of reasons. Mostly because, hey – your sex life is going to improve, dramatically. But also, because you will learn new things about your significant other that you have never known, and you will test the strength of your relationship.
Those pairs who experiment with new things in their relationships – together – are those that have the strongest bonds. If you’re one of those people who have now started to wonder if their relationship has gone stale, here are five ways you can spice up your life.
Bring in a third person
Basically, every man’s dream, but only if that third person is another woman. Don’t be afraid of the idea, discuss it with your partner and see what they have to say about it. Work through this together and if all goes well, it is going to be the craziest night of your life.
Get a real-life doll
If a real, living, breathing person is too much for you to start with, maybe you can start with a silicone sex doll. They make those of high quality nowadays, and with a little effort, it can be an amazing sex toy to spice up your life. They come in various shapes and sizes, and can be used by both partners.
Go for it in the craziest of places
No, I’m not suggesting something that can get you arrested, but there are places you can go to have some crazy fun. Think of fitting rooms, lifeguard stands, on top of a building, or even in an airplane, or a train! All those places can get your adrenaline running, and there’s nothing better for a relationship than to get a blood rush.
Go for dinner – without smartphones
I recently watched a really cool ad, where six couples went on a romantic weekend, but half of them had all their technology removed. Consequently, those devoid of technology connected better, had a stronger bond and enjoyed their vacation better. You could try something similar. Go out, Friday night, but leave your smartphones, cameras, wearables and tablets at home.
Try sexy games
You can set up a scavenger hunt around the house, filled with sexy items. Once your partner finds any of them, he’s forced to have sex within the next 24 hours. Book author Carolyn Evans did a similar thing with her husband, and she says it works wonders!