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Are you ready to step out of your comfort zone?

Really great relationship advice from sex blogs???

I was expecting a lot of the normal nasty stuff that comes to mind when I hear the term sex blog. Never thought I would come across articles about self-care and healing, but I did!! I found educated insight that I believe could be of benefit to anyone but especially to couples deciding to try a lifestyle change or twist.

Are you ready to step outside of your comfort zone?

One article in particular was focused on how to address the negative stuff that we tend to push to the side and either try to forget about or save for another time. The author gave examples and a list of questions along with advice on how to ask and answer. With lifestyle choices come the truths about our desires and fantasies, so going deeper into our emotional needs, desires or possible blocks as a couple might help solidify decisions made jointly.

Asking the really tough questions can be scary. What is she gets mad and we break up? What if he changes his mind? Do I want to put this much pressure on him, right before we try this relationship challenge? But if done, with love and patience and honesty, the information you receive could set your path on a more solid foundation allowing for the exploration.

“It’s unbelievable how much even a thirty-minute, distractions free, emotional block busting session once per week conducted from the comfort of your bed can do for your entire relationship.”

We should all know and believe THAT OUR FANTASIES and inner voices matter, A LOT, to our future, happiness, and health. They should not be ignored and when we share, we show trust. We can be free from the mental prison that society places around taboo lifestyles, sexual choices, and being our true selves.

I know that communication was a mountain for me when I began this journey. I had always dealt with life issues alone and so I operated on that premise, I can handle it don’t worry about me. I can do it, don’t need anyone. When those walls start to crumble, I found an easier path in saying what I felt rather that keeping it inside, bottled up… My mind opened up and my heart followed. I learned that my partner was not asking me about my deepest desires to hold against me, but rather to see if we might entertain the notions and have some fun.

This is all of course subject to each individual comfort zone and willingness to participate. I say play your way. Only you know what is best for you.




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