That’s a tall order right there. And yet you can experience a shift in you and your marriage when your sexual intimacy is a regular part of your marriage.

3 Ways to Take Your Sexual Intimacy to the Next Level

Our sexual intimacy has not always been a regular part of our 18 years of marriage.

What changed all that was when we started doing the 7 Days of Sex Challenge each year.

And yes we do have kids, run our businesses, go to sports, church, meetings, etc.

Actually our first challenge was the  60 Days of Sex Challenge, but who has time for that every year.

What we realized after each challenge is that you can take your sexual intimacy to the next level quickly.

3 Ways to Take Your Sexual Intimacy to the Next Level

Commit to Doing The Challenge

This is huge because both of you have to be ready for anything that comes your way.

The two of you need to take time to talk about when you want to do your challenge and commit to doing it no matter what.

Do this by looking at your calendars and determining the best week for both of you will be. It’s not going to be the perfect week as something always comes up.

You marriage may be lack luster sexually because there are too many things going on. During your challenge week you can take a break from everything else. This is a time for the both of you to focus in on each other.

Spice Up Your Love Life

If you been married for any length of time you’ve probably have been in a sexual rut at one point and time.

We’ve been there ourselves. Just recently in fact.

During your challenges you will be having sex every day and that may lead to you both wanting to spice up the bedroom.

Make sure you reveal your sexual desire with your spouse.

Try something new and most of all have fun.

Talk, Talk, and Then Talk Some More

Are most of you conversations about the surface stuff?

When it comes to taking your sex life to the next level the surface talk doesn’t cut it.

You and your spouse have to be emotionally tied to one another so you can be fully present sexually.

It has been our experience as well as working with many couples that when the emotional intimacy is clicking the sexual intimacy is as well.

When you take time, 15-20 minutes, each day during your challenge to go deeper you are taking your sex life to the next level.

However it works for the both of you make it a point to ask and answer questions. Ones that go beyond the surface!

You can do this all at one time or broken up throughout the day. The key is putting this on your calendar and doing it.

These deep intimate conversations will allow the two of you to connect emotionally.

When you have conversations like these you are then able to fully trust, enjoy and engage with your spouse sexually.

Take Action

Taking your sexual intimacy to the next level will happen when you apply each of these to your marriage.

What are you waiting for…

It’s now time for you to start your own 7 Days of Sex Challenge.

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