Passion is a deep desire and longing, a strong desire for and enthusiasm surrounding something or someone. Being passionate includes this sense and feeling of being ruled by an all-consuming urge to engage intensely in an activity be it physical, mental or emotional. This discussion will not include passions for such things as art, music, any career or political view; instead we are focusing on utilizing your ability to understand and create passion in your sexual relationship. Where there is passion, most often there is also love.
If you are married you will need to be more creative about when, where, how long you will be intimate. Never stop being friends and lovers, that’s the first key. Next, know yourself, your inner most desires and do not be afraid to bring fantasies into your sex life – with the approval of your partner of course. You must first understand yourself and why you have gotten yourself into a boring sexual place. In counseling so many couples over the years I have been told that children tend to put a damper on relationships. I think that’s
a copout! Don’t let the creativity die for heaven’s sake! You’ve seen that program “Are you smarter than a fifth grader” right? Well, put your two heads together and come up with ways to work around children. That’s your job, mine here is to teach you how to become the passionate lover you desire to be, and to receive passionate advances and act upon them as well. Passion begins in the mind but it connects every cell and directs physical and emotional reactions where there is love and enthusiasm.
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