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Sex and the Honeymoon


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One of the most remembered time in any marriage is the honeymoon. When my wife and I got married 25 years ago, we vacation at Martha’s Vineyard, off the coast of Massachusetts. Though for us, it was all those years ago, I still remember much of it clearly. We stayed in a very nice Bed & Breakfast. The place was beautiful, especially the big four poster canopy bed. The food at the Bed & Breakfast was very good and the beaches were lovely. The days were awesome and the nights were better.

What made the nights better? The answer is, of course, what married couples are more than ready for, sex and the honeymoon. Here we are, still married, 25 years later, and my wife still has the wedding night outfit she wore to bed that night. When you go on your honeymoon, sex is one of the expectations.

So what is there that couples should understand about sex and the honeymoon. There are several things to consider.

Don’t be pushy. This is more his thing than her thing. The guy’s thought pattern often heads this direction. “OK. We’re married now. Let’s get right to the sex part.” This just isn’t the best way to make your new wife feel truly loved. Lusted after, yes. Truly loved, no. Frequently, the bigger your wedding is, the more true this statement becomes. Why? She has been on screech, completely stressed out on all things concerning the wedding. Now the wedding is over for only a couple of hours and you are primed and ready for sex and the honeymoon. Give the girl some room. She needs some down time before you start coming on strong in the bedroom. She’ll give you all the sex you want over the next few days. Take it easy for a little while longer.

Sex and the honeymoon isn’t the only thing, but should be the main thing. The new wife should be fully prepared mentally and physically to intimately embrace her new husband. You will probably never have as much time to enjoy each other physically as you have during the honeymoon. So enjoy sex and the honeymoon as often as you want. When the honeymoon is done, you both go back to your regular, rat race routines. Take advantage of this romantic time that you have.

Finding each other is critical. This is especially true if the new husband and wife have not yet had sex together. Sex and the honeymoon is a wonderful and loving time of unwrapping the physical gifts each of you offers the other. Treat is as such. Don’t rush headlong into copulation. Be tender hearted one toward another, patient and loving. Encourage one another to do what feels good. You want sex and the honeymoon to be a truly romantic memory.

If any couple can master these few things as the approach the wedding day and the honeymoon thereafter, sex and the honeymoon should be a wonderful experience that both the husband and wife will cherish, even 25 years later.

Sex and the Honeymoon

Chris & Michelle Grimbilas have been married 25 years and are the parents of five great kids. Among their passions is travel, starting with their honeymoon. When they travel without their kids, they take the time to relive the fun and intimacy of their honeymoon in action. For more exciting honeymoon ideas on places and passion, and a free honeymoon planning guide please visit their site: http://ift.tt/1CawB9j

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