Stand the test of time

Gone are the days of marrying in a rush, having kids and laying back and thinking of England for the years that follow. Today’s woman wants a best friend, provider and lover for life.

Somebody that fits the bill is hard enough, but once you’ve found them, how do you stop things from going stale?

It’s true that the ‘honeymoon’ period lasts approx 18 months to 2 years, long enough in Mother Nature’s view to breed, so what do we do when nature gives up on us? If you don’t give up on sex, it won’t give up on you. In theory, the more you have it, the more you will want it, so the key is keeping it fresh and exciting so it doesn’t become a chore.

Over the years both you and your lover will change, so it would be wrong to assume that what turns you both on now will be the same in years to come. With communication and an open mind there’s no reason to let things go stale.


Weekends away, dinner dates, love notes etc are great ways of showing each other appreciation. Couples that do together, stay together. Don’t forget why you fell in love in the first place.


Talking, cuddling and erotic massage are all great ways of keeping the intimacy alive. When you feel bonded emotionally, you will feel bonded physically.

Feeling Kinky?

If you are having kinky thoughts, don’t be afraid to share them with your partner. They may not share your passion initially, but they may be willing to explore with you.


We can all be guilty of taking things for granted. Couples that last, make sure they have time for each other. Make sure your lover isn’t always at the bottom of the ‘to do’ list.

Stay Sexy

In the beginning every meeting counts, so we make sure we look the best we can. After time, as our lover has seen us at our worst, our skin is not as good as it used to be and our waist has expanded, we may get lazy. Sexy lingerie doesn’t have to be a staple but every now and then slip on something a bit special – you’ll be glad you did!

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