It starts with the sweet talk. Then it leads to both of you romancing each other all through the day.

And then other times you just want a quickie.

In all truth there is some form of communication going on between the two of you to get to the point that you are deciding to have sex.

Foreplay starts (however short or long) and then it stops…

Once you’re past that point all there is between the two of you are a few moans or groans and the sigh of “is this over yet”.

The thing is that communication doesn’t end with foreplay.

Each of you have to be giving each other feedback as to what is really good and what needs to be done differently.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about why it is important for both you and your spouse to share what you like after foreplay is over.

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