3 Games to Reignite the Romance


3 Games to Reignite the Romance

If you want to ease into the board game easily, you can buy romantic dice. These dice will prompt a action and body part. This is an uncomplicated way to initiate some fun into the bedroom without playing an entire game. Of course, you don’t have to use the dice or games any longer than you need to. You may decide that you’re having more fun with just the two of you!

3. Teasing
This is one of the most effective ways to get your partner going! And there are many ways to accomplish this.
One of the easiest ways is to put a blindfold on your partner. Eliminating the sensation of sight will enhance the other senses. Furthermore, your partner will not know what is coming. The anticipation will be more exciting than the same actions would normally be. Be sure to start slow and simply and gradually increase the amount of pleasure. Also consider teasing them and then going back to something a little tamer making them desperate for more!

Another way to help build up the tension and the anticipation is the egg timer game. You can take a timer from any board game in your house or set a timer and take turns teasing each other for that amount of time. Of course, you can’t take it too far while you’re playing the game! Continue taking turns for as long as you can. At some point, the build up will be unbearable, and you will not longer be able to continue playing the game. However, the longer you can hold out, the more intense the next step will be.

Every couple will find themselves in a rut at some point. Don’t get discouraged when this happens. Take some action and take some initiative. You will find yourselves back in the game before you know it.

 
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