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22 April 2012

Feels like the first time

It’s finally happened: your relationship has come to the point where you’re ready to share physical intimacy.

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It’s finally happened: your relationship has come to the point where you’re ready to share physical intimacy. What a rush of emotions you’re feeling as excitement, lust, embarrassment, joy and a dash of pure fear combine to sharpen your senses. You’re ready to explore and give each other pleasure in a mutually satisfying exchange.

It’s possible to add a touch of that thrill to your relationship, even a year or 10 down the line. Get out of your comfort zone. See your partner in a new light. It can be as simple as getting a little dressed up and making a date to meet up in a place you don’t normally go to together. Wow, there she is! It’s wonderful to have a reminder of how lucky you are that this special person ever agreed to a first time with you.

(Health24, April 2012) 

 

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