No matter how great your sex life is, it’s quite normal to go through phases where something just isn’t flowing. It might be stress or relationship difficulties, health problems or just plain old boredom. Sexual issues can manifest on physical, emotional, mental and even spiritual levels.
There are lots of ways to sort out problems, explore new things, and get unstuck. There is no right or wrong thing, only what would work for you at any given time. So what would you be willing to do to improve your sex life? Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Get honest with yourself – Are you aware of issues that hold you back or that are getting in your way? Once you can see clearly what the problem really is, it will be easier to sort out. It’s not going to get better by ignoring it or blaming outside things or people. Get honest and then you’ll be able to face the issue head on.
See a sex therapist or practitioner – There are times in life when we just need a bit of help. Our sex life is no different. Whether you’ve got deep issues to heal or just want to learn more about your sexual self, the right sexual professional will be able to help you.
Go to a class or workshop – If you wanted to learn Spanish or painting you wouldn’t think twice about getting some tuition. So why not with sexuality? There are tons of classes and workshops out there teaching everything from Tantra to Kink to better relationship communication. Have a look at what’s available in your area and give it a go.
Try a new sex toy – There are so many sex toys out there you could probably try a new one every week and not get bored for years! You could start with the classic dildo, vibrator or butt plug and then move on to something more daring like a flogger or nipple clamps.
Whether your sex life is working for you or not, there is always something new to learn or explore and there are lots of ways to do that. You can play it safe or be a bit more adventurous. Try one thing and if it’s not for you, try something else. Your sex life, whether with a partner or on your own, is too important to let slip.