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KEYS TO BED-BREAKING SEX AFTER MARRIAGE

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One of my proudest moments in marriage was the night when wife and you broke your bed while making love. Yes, you read that right: we had bed-breaking sex!


Now, the bed was really old and pretty fragile. On top of that, the bed was small and I was overweight at the time, so sheer gravity was working against the antique frame below. Still, we broke the bed during sex, and I think we can all agree, that’s pretty awesome!

I strongly believe more couples should be having “Bed-Breaking Sex.”

When you and your spouse improve your sex life, you’ll simultaneously improve your marriage. It’s as simple as that. It takes a lot more than a great sex life to build a great marriage, but it’s nearly impossible to build a great marriage without it!

As I’ve interacted with couples from all over, I’ve discovered that there seems to be an epidemic of unfulfilling sex (or sometimes no sex at all) happening in modern marriages. This tragic neglect or misunderstanding of sexuality has the potential to wreck a marriage. Don’t let that happen!

PrintSo how can you get bed-breaking sex? Every couple is different and there is rarely a “one-size-fits-all” approach to anything, but I’m convinced that these six basic principles would instantly improve the sexual fulfillment in most marriages. Give them a try! This is the kind of “homework” you’ll actually enjoy.

In addition to these six tips below, you should check out our video series, “Best Sex Life Now,” on strengthening sex, intimacy and communication in marriage. It’s the most comprehensive resource we’ve ever had a hand in creating, and we believe this resource could revolutionize your sex life and other aspects of your marriage as well.

Does Erectile Dysfunction Affect Your Marriage?

You have Erectile dysfunction is when you are unable to sustain an erection during intercourse.  The condition is also known as impotence and is very disheartening for a man. Being unable to maintain an erection can have a devastating effect on your relationships because sex is no longer satisfying.
If you are not open about having erectile dysfunction with your partner they may think that you are no longer interested in them. This can have a negative effect on your marriage and could lead to arguments and affairs.

There are many reasons why you may have erectile dysfunction these include; heart conditions, neurological conditions, diabetes and psychological problems. You can still get erectile dysfunction even if you have enjoyed an active sex life.

Health conditions such as; heart disease, diabetes, obesity, Multiple sclerosis and treatment for prostate cancer can cause impotence. Erectile dysfunction may be the symptom that prompts you to visit your doctor and an underlying medical condition could be the cause.

Still How You Can Perform In Bed After Marriage With ED Conditions?

A wide variety of medications can help with ED. The best-known are drugs, such as Cenforce
, Fildena, Levitra Generic&Vidalista, which increase blood flow to the penis and help to achieve an erection. ... If an underlying condition, such as diabetes, is causing ED, treating it will often reverse ED or prevent it from worsening.

Your primary care doctor can also prescribe first-line erectile dysfunction drugs called PDE5 inhibitors, which you probably know as Cenforce 100 or Fildena 100.


Still, you may need to see a urologist if those treatments don’t work, or if you have other urological issues along with your ED, like problems urinating or prostate problems.

These first three apply BEFORE sex:

1. Make foreplay an all-day event.

Foreplay shouldn’t start thirty seconds before you plan to have intercourse (I’m talking to my fellow men out there on this one)! Find ways to flirt with each other throughout the day. Send flirtatious and/or thoughtful text messages to let your spouse know they’re on your mind. Those consistent little acts will help set the mood for romance later.

2. Tell your secrets.

One of the biggest barriers to true intimacy in marriage is a lack of trust. Your spouse needs to feel completely safe and secure with you to fully engage in sexual intimacy. Secrecy is an enemy of intimacy, so make sure you’re communicating consistently, openly, and honestly at all times. Your transparency will create trust and that trust will ultimately create better sex (and a better marriage).

3. Serve each other.

You should serve each other throughout the day so that your spouse’s mind can be freed up to enjoy the moment. Husband, this might mean washing the dishes or folding laundry. Wives, this might mean giving your husbands a back rub to help him relax. Find ways to serve each other and you’ll be building a bond of intimacy before you even get to bed.

These next three apply DURING sex:

4. Tell your spouse what you like (and what you don’t like).

Your spouse is not a mind reader. Be open and honest about what feels good and what makes you uncomfortable. Communication is vital to a mutually pleasurable experience.

5. Have fun!

If you’re not having fun while you’re having sex, then you’re doing something wrong! Bring your sense of humor. Be playful. Be adventurous. If it always feels like work, then talk to your spouse about the issues that might be holding you both back.

6. Be mentally monogamous.

Don’t bring outside “fantasy” into your bedroom. Both your body and your mind have to be fully present in the moment, so don’t allow porn or erotic romance novels to put images in your mind that will create fantasies that don’t involve your spouse. True intimacy requires monogamy (both physically and mentally).

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