If your sex life is not fully satisfying and you would like to improve this aspect and strengthen your relationship, you are in the right place.

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If your sex life is not fully satisfying and you would like to improve this aspect and strengthen your relationship, you are in the right place.

Learn more
Where are you at in your sex life?
Where are you at in your sex life?
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We have little or no sex

You are not alone! About 25% of couples state that they do not have sex at all or only occasionally, and even then their experience is not something they are fully happy with.

If you don’t get pleasure and satisfaction from the sex you have, you’re unlikely to want it.

Lack of sex does not always constitute a problem. But since you have found your way to my website, you most likely want to restore emotional and erotic closeness in your relationship.

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We are in a rut

Many couples in long-term relationships struggle with the challenge of maintaining a passionate and satisfying sex life. We often think that sex should be the way it was at the beginning of the relationship – and if it isn’t, there must be something wrong with us.

Contrary to popular belief, sex doesn’t just happen, much less good sex.

For successful intimacy, you need to work on it, educate yourself, feel the connection with your own body and learn to communicate effectively with your partner.

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We have good sex, but we want it to be even better

Congratulations! Not many couples in long-term relationships can say this.

If you consider your sex life to be satisfactory, it probably means that there is intimacy, trust and openness between you and that you are able to derive joy and pleasure from sex.

And since you are here, you most likely want to enrich your experiences in this area and are ready to explore your sexuality.

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