337: FUN AND GAMES TO BREAK THE SEXUAL ROUTINE

“I want a boring sex life, said no one ever.” —Alisa DiLorenzo

What would happen to your marriage if you broke the sexual routine you’ve been in and brought back some fun into your bedroom?

Many couples are experiencing a sex life that has become one more thing on the to-do list. Same sexual routine time and time again that leads both you and your spouse to wondering why you even have sex.

Your sexual intimacy is the same way, at the same time and in the same position time after time.

It’s great that you’re having sex and yet you know there is more.

The challenges your face is that there is nothing to look forward, no anticipation, no romance. Sex is routine and sometimes…

Boring.

You move this way.

Your spouse moves that way. 

You both know exactly how long it takes and you move on to the next thing on your list of to-d0’s.

No excitement. You’re in a sexual routine.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about why your marriage needs some fun and games to break the sexual routine you’ve been in.

Fun Board Games to Spice up Your Sex Life

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