Four Ideas To Put The Spring Back In Your Romantic Life

Dr. Kat, America's leading sexologist, offers a few simple and surprising ways to reboot intimacy.

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While running errands together, pull off the road for a few minutes of fondling. You’re adults. As long as you aren’t blocking traffic the police probably won’t give you a second glance.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 03, 2014

Spring is here, but for many in long-term relationships the season might not coincide anymore with springs squeaking and popping in mattresses - you know, the really good kinds of squeaks and pops. Dr. Kat, sexologist and marriage and family counselor, offers unique ways to get those springs making their happy noises again.

Four Simple Suggestions for Mattress Music:

1. If your partner is taking a shower, offer to hop in and wash his or her back. Get a bottle of the yummiest smelling body wash you can find and surprise him/her with it as you lather up.

2. Offer your lover a foot rub before they get out of bed in the morning or right before they fall asleep. It might not lead to a romp right then, but it sure sends a message of love.

3. Allow the “honey I’m off to work and I’ll see you this afternoon kiss” to linger. Throw some tongue into it, cup an ass cheek or fondle a breast under the shirt and over the bra (or even just over the shirt). If the kids are having breakfast, excuse yourself to go out to get the morning paper together for a little grope. So what if the neighbors stare?

4. While running errands together, pull off the road for a few minutes of fondling. You’re adults. As long as you aren’t blocking traffic the police probably won’t give you a second glance.

About Dr. Kat:

Dr. Kat Van Kirk received her doctorate in Human Sexuality/Clinical Sexology from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco. She runs the website: http://www.drkat.com and is the resident expert for Adam and Eve. She also is an associate professor at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco and an adjunct professor at Akamai University in Hilo, Hawaii.


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