And play a grown up version of "Doctor"
And how as every new piece of clothing that came off got you more and more turned on and excited to explore every.inch.of.skin?
To find out what made them smile… groan… flinch… sigh… breathe heavy… and ultimately peak?
Your imagination ran wild. And every touch and intimate look was enough to make you sploosh. <add gif>
Those were the days!
But now you’ve been together for so long, those moments feel like a lifetime ago.
They’re almost so distant you might even find yourself fantasizing about a new person who can feel unfamiliar and exciting again.
Sex feels like so much work these days… as though it’s a meeting you need to schedule in your calendar (maybe you already do!).
And, even then, when the time comes, one or both of you are too tired or not in the mood.
Well, I’ve got just what you need to spice things up again.
The thing that is guaranteed to bring back some of that curiosity and adventure you crave.
Because sex doesn’t have to be “work”.
In fact, it should be provocative (aside from the wham bam thank you, gotta get ish done sessions)... arousing… and fun.
And I’m pleased to share just the thing to help you with this.
---->>The Touch Lab Cheat Sheet<<----
If you never played doctor as a child…
Or did, but the G-rated version only (obviously, because you were a kid)...
... you’re in for a real surprise.
With this guide… and a fun-loving mindset you will bring back that tingle of excitement you used to feel (you know the one I’m talking about).
And if this is all new to you, because you have years of sexual inhibitions you’re ready to ditch… you’re going to love this guide.
Simply follow the instructions and you can tease, poke, tickle, stroke, scratch or do what you wish with each other (with permission granted of course!).
Explore your partner’s body using whatever tools and imagination you can rally...
Because now that you’re older, you get to play with your partner(s) in ways that are just that -- playful.
The only thing I recommend you don’t do…
… is take yourself too seriously.
And give yourself permission to take “sex” off the table completely. Instead, focus on, and enjoy the journey.
Maybe this will lead to sex and the best orgasm of your life…
… and maybe it will lead to discovering parts of your body and your partner's body that you didn’t know were such a turn on.
It’s not about achieving a specific result or reaching a destination (ahem, full penetration with orgasm).
It’s about exploring… taking your time and getting to know each other’s hot spots again.
Use this cheat sheet to build excitement and arousal that will take you to a deeper, more connected level with your partner.
Bring playfulness, fun and excitement back into the bedroom -- or wherever your research takes you.