Every morning starts a new page in your story. Make it a great one today. —Anonymous

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Somewhere along the line many couples have got into a pattern of only having sex at night. 

Maybe it’s a convenience thing.

According to a recent study it was found that 7:37pm on a Saturday night is when most couples choose to have sex.

Maybe because there aren’t as many things on the calendar.

The interesting thing about the study though was the discussion around what time of day to have sex.

Twenty five percent are most aroused first thing in the morning and yet only 10% make love at that time. 

There are many advantages for couples when it comes to start your morning but also a few challenges that need to be overcome so that you can enjoy each other. 

These advantages are:  

  • Your mind isn’t full of all the things that still have to be done as you start your morning
  • You know that you still have the rest of the day to get the to-do’s done
  • You are not fatigued
  • You’re not worn out from all the touch of kids
  • You can go to sleep showered and be ready to go in the morning

Of course with anything, there are also challenges if you choose sex as a way to start your morning. However, they can be overcome if you work together: 

  • You have possibly a shorter lovemaking window due to work or kids
  • You might have different waking up times depending on schedules, work, kids
  • Sex in the daytime may feel different since you are seeing each other’s bodies

Although the list is short, you may find that “How do you romance” plays a big factor. It may affect your expectations around sex at different parts of the day. 

So how do you make morning sex easier to accomplish?

As with many things, when you have a plan, anything is possible. For instance, if you like to have fresh breath, get up and brush your teeth. 

Likewise, if you need to pee first thing in the morning, do that and then come back to bed. 

Other things that you might be able to plan for could be showering the night before or setting things out ahead of time. Make sure your lubricant is out and ready to use.

If you have kids you might have to get up a little earlier and you might not have time for a longer lovemaking session.

The most important thing is that the two of you set expectations for what morning sex will be. Work together. When you talk about your sexual intimacy you are strengthening The 6 Pillars of Intimacy.

And remember, every morning starts a new page in your story. Make it a great one today.

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