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New Year's Orgasm: 3 tips to have better sex in 2020

Ray Motta  |  Feb 12 2020

New Year's Orgasm: 3 tips to have better sex in 2020

Everyone deserves to have a fulfilling sex life. To help you achieve this goal, here are some New Year Resolutions for sex and sensuality for you to keep in practice.

Every year it’s the same old thing. We set New Year’s Resolutions in the hopes of making big changes in our lives. Whether it’s eating healthier, exercising regularly, beginning a meditation routine or anything else. One aspect of well being is often overlooked: your sex life.

Everyone deserves to have a fulfilling sex life. To help you achieve this goal, here are some New Year Resolutions for sex and sensuality for you to keep in practice. Let’s see them?

Learn More About Yourself

Every day is an opportunity to get to know yourself better, and recognize that perhaps in the past your experiences of sex education left you with some gaps in knowledge of you own body and mind! You have to learn more about how your body works. This might mean reading more about some topics such as clitoris stimulation or about relaxing to help you achieve orgasm. Be king with yourself. You can only get better pleasure if you know yourself and by telling people about it.

Talk More About Sex

If you have a regular sex partner — whether that's a spouse or a friend with benefits — it's time to have a heart-to-heart and let them know that you want your sex life to change. Sit down with them at a time when you're both fully clothed and share how you're feeling, without anger. Be honest and keep in mind that this is the best for everyone.

Put Your Wishes Into Practice

No more leaving your fantasies forgotten in the depths of your imagination, it's time to start fulfilling them! Make a list of the places you'd like to have sex, try some new positions and ways to fulfill them. If you have a partner, it's a great way to give your routine some gas. Propose that you both create the list and select the wishes that you both feel comfortable fulfilling. And if you are not in a relationship, next time suggest one of your fantasies and allow yourself to have some spectacular sex.

Write down your fantasies. This exercise can help you explore possible activities you think might be a turn-on for you or your partner. Try thinking of an experience or a movie that aroused you and then share your memory with your partner. This is especially helpful for people with a low sex-drive.

No More Faking It

Make 2020 the year of the best orgasm of your life.  Instead of acting in bed, how about talking? Tell your partner when, where and how you want to be touched. And when they get it right, by all means feel free to exaggerate your responses. In the beginning, it may be a little awkward but the more you do it, the easier it will become.

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