Say thank you Think about the last time your partner did something to help you out or made you feel special, and then say “thank you” for it. He’s an amazing man."" data-action="gallery-slide-image"Joseph and Dorothy Bolotin Sharon, Pennsylvania Married on June 16, 1938. I can’t even imagine life without him." Aldo, "When I first saw her, she was 14 and I was 22. But he used to write, and he said, ' I’m thinking I might come back to England.'"" class="lazy Owl owl-lazy" data-action="gallery-slide-image"Jake and Mary Jacobs Solihull, England Married on April 27, 1948. It wasn’t likely that I would ever marry him, and he knew that. First of all, you’re aging together, and when you see a person constantly,you don’t notice big changes.
If you’re feeling so-so about your bedroom romps, it might be time for a change.
One idea: try having sex in a room or area you’ve never done it in.
D., a psychologist at Appalachian State University in Boone, N. Work up a sweat It’s no secret that getting buff helps you out in the bedroom by boosting your endurance, strength and flexibility — but a sweat session also has more immediate effects.
“Endorphins from exercise give you an adrenaline rush that boosts arousal,” Orbuch says.
“New elements of play stimulate the dopamine system,” Saltz says.
“When you do something that causes you to release more dopamine, it’s a positive reinforcer.” Want to suggest a tryst in the kitchen?
With everything going on in the lives of the average couple, it’s easy to forget the small gestures that keep a relationship ticking.
What most couples don’t realize, though, is that it doesn’t take much to help your partner feel more valued every day.
In the long run, the more you touch your mate, the more you’ll feel comfortable with each other.