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What's the one area in our life that we ignore and still expect to stay strong?

Our intimate relationship.

We wouldn't ignore our job, responsibilities as a parent, or close friendships without expecting some decline, but somehow we think that our intimate relationships should just take care of themselves naturally. Well, they don't. Most people would like their love life to be better, but they don't know where to start.

Sex Education is NOT just for kids!

I developed the following LoveLessons and LoveTools to show you step-by-step how to improve your loving relationships. Once you know WHAT to do, you just have to make some time to do it. The more you are willing to put into your relationship - the more you will take out.

Some things to keep in mind:

  • Sex education about the "birds and the bees" may seem like kidstuff, but learning how to keep love exciting is a lifelong adult challenge.
  • Don't think in terms of changing your partner. The only one we can change is ourselves. If each person takes responsibility for themselves, the "couple" will be off to a wonderful start.
  • Keep an open mind. Don't assume that you already KNOW what you or your partner is thinking or feeling. By practicing the LoveLessons and LoveTools you will learn about yourself and grow together as a couple.
  • Take small steps and don't expect perfection. Small changes produce large results. Set reasonable expectations and you won't be disappointed.
  • Be patient with yourself and with each other. It took years to develop your individual love style, so don't expect to change it overnight.
  • Remember to look for the positives in your partner and acknowledge one other's efforts. Words do matter.
  • Don't make excuses for not having time for intimacy. In this technological age we're all much too busy answering our e-mails or trying to be supermom and superdad. Think of intimacy as our relationship's fuel in the same way that food is our body's fuel. MAKE time to nourish your love. It only takes a moment. Don't assume that intimacy has to include intercourse or genital touching. Remember - the heart connection is what makes sex extraordinary.

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