Bring up down-and-dirty dislikes outside of the bedroom, says Berman, who adds that a lot of couples make the mistake of having them in the moment, and that creates a very vulnerable environment.
What constitutes cheating and infidelity isn’t black and white.
But tackling the topic of cheating is easiest—and met with fewer defenses—when it’s not prompted by suspicion.
Fear of ruffling your significant other’s feathers can cause you to clam up when it comes to talking honestly about sex.
But sweeping hard-to-tackle topics under the rug can make finding out the answers (and changing bedroom behavior) even harder.
Partners have to work together to find the frequency that makes them feel most fulfilled.
Spilling scenarios that rev your engine gives your significant other the opportunity to bring your fantasy to life—ultimately bringing you closer together.
According to Gary Chapman’s best-selling , people give and receive romantic love in five different ways: gifts, quality time, words of affirmation or compliments, acts of service, and physical touch.
Couples with different love languages can still completely satisfy each other as long as they both communicate what makes them feel most loved.
So don’t wait until something goes wrong to define what behavior won’t be tolerated.