There are many reasons why you want to experiment in the bedroom. It could be that your libido is not how it was and you want to spice things up a bit. It could be that you want the physically intimacy with your partner to keep improving. Whatever your reasons are, approaching the subject with your partner can be daunting.
Change and trying new things aren't always easy, but they could be fun. Experimenting in the bedroom often brings something new and different to a relationship. It can also allow couples to reach new levels of pleasure.
When it comes to experimenting, many individuals and their minds automatically wander. It is important to remember that bedroom experimenting comes in a number of different formats. It doesn't have to involve something that would be embarrassing and it doesn't have to involve bringing in another person. Experimenting in the bedroom can honestly mean something as simple as trying a new position.
Although many individuals, like you, want to experiment in the bedroom, many are afraid to approach their partner about doing so. Why? Because there is a certain level of fear associated with doing so. What if your partner thinks that they don't please or satisfy you enough in the bedroom? What if your partner thinks that the sex is just fine the way it is? What if your sex partner thinks that you have a sick mind? These are all concerns that you may have, but you shouldn't let that stop you.
If you do decide to approach the subject of experimenting in the bedroom with your partner, you will want to be gentle with your approach. Your partner may already assume that he or she isn't pleasing enough for you. Although this may not be what you mean, it is still a likely and natural assumption. If your partner asks you, be sure to calm their fears. Let them know that you think that experimenting in the bedroom could not only increase your pleasure and satisfaction, but theirs as well. This approach tends to work nicely.
As it was previously stated, when many individuals hear the phrase experimenting in the bedroom, their minds often wanders to embarrassing and sometimes humiliating experiences. If you are just looking to try a new sex position, introduce pleasure enhancing sex toys, or risque movies, be sure to let your partner know immediately. The golden rule of relationships - "communication is key" is very much at play here. Do not give him or her the opportunity to even think that you mean something different. Doing so can change the way that your partner looks at you, both inside and outside of the bedroom.
In addition to letting your partner know what changes you would like to make in the bedroom, give them the opportunity to express their wants, needs, and desires. This is a simple, yet important step to take. First, it is important to remember that intimacy should involve two people receiving maximum pleasure, not just one. Next, it will help bring reassurance to your partner that you are not just looking to increase your pleasure. Asking what your partner wants and needs are in the bedroom will go to show that you want to improve the overall experience, not just yours.
Despite the fact that experimenting in the bedroom may sometimes be a difficult subject to approach, it is one that you will want to talk about. A healthy sex life is an important component of any relationship and marriage. By approaching the subject carefully, you and your partner can achieve a whole new level of intimacy, both in and out of the bedroom.