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Do Something Different To Spice Up Your Love Life
by Toi Moore
TheSyndicatedNews columnist

by Toi Moore

Ladies, ladies, ladies!  You've all heard that a man likes a woman who's a lady in the streets and a freak in the bedroom, wellllllllll, do what you have to do to please your man and trust me, your love life will spice up!  I'm not saying you have to freak him every night.  But on special occasions or other occasions that you feel are right, make him feel extra special by doing things you normally wouldn't do.  Surprise him by trying new and exciting things, while encouraging him to do the same for you.  We won't get what we want if we don't speak up or show him what to do.
Everyone once in awhile, I try to spice things up so my man doesn't get too bored.  In the early years of my marriage making love was GREAT because there were no responsibilities and we were newly in love.  So making love like we were rabbits was normal.  However, after the newness wore off, responsibilities grew, money got tight, his attitude spiked, and the kids came along, our love making slowed down and so did the spice.  I guess it's true when they say, "No finance, no romance."  It's just hard to think about making love when the bills need to be paid or the kids are yelling and fighting in the background.
A few great ideas that can surely spice up your love life is by going out of town and spending quality time alone, getting away from everybody and everything, this is always good when it comes to rising sexual peaks.  Something else good to try is by taking a warm bubble bath with candles burning and soft music playing, or taking a shower with your man and hugging him tight while the bubbles make your bodies slide against each others, then making love while the water runs down your body, or sitting outside, at a moonlit park, on the rocks of a sandy beach, or on the back patio of your house, sipping on a glass of chilled wine having intimate and flavorful conversation.  These are great ideas for spicing up your love life!  They are also great ways for getting a day started off with a smile for everyone, or ending an exhausting day.
These are a few suggestions taken from celebrity author TOI MOORE'S new book, Unbreakable - A Guide to Understanding Marriage & Relationships.  This book is also written with her husband, Earth, Wind & Fire guitarist, GREGORY MOORE.  Together, this celebrity couple share their most intimate details with the world and how they've been able to keep their love lasting for over twenty years.  If you want to hear more details, you can buy their book for ONLY $14.99, with FREE shipping and handling for limited time only.  Visit their website:  Or send a check or money order to: TM Publications, PO Box 2099, Sun City, CA 92586-22099.  The couple is also available for speaking and public appearances

Published: Sep 17,2008 14:26
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