5 Ways to Have More Sex with Your Spouse

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1. Try something new. Research shows that doing something novel with your spouse can shake you out of a rut -- and that's a good thing for your sex life. Try an activity you've never done before -- whether it's sexy, like a couples' massage class, or pure fun, such as a surfing lesson or horseback-riding adventure -- and then head home and bring your energy into the bedroom.
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Whether you're newlywed or many years married, your sex life is guaranteed to ebb and flow. This process is totally normal and natural, so don't panic if you're having less sex now than you were six months ago. Unless your relationship has recently experienced a major trauma (infidelity, for example), or there's a medical issue in your way (e.g. temporary physical pain, or a sex-drive-reducing medication), your sexual relationship will likely pick back up to its usual pace in no time. But if you're looking for a few tips and tricks to ramp things up in the bedroom, read on for five fun and flirty suggestions.
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