6 Sizzling Tips for Hot Valentine’s Day Sex
by Dr. Stephanie Buehler

If you’re in a sexual relationship, there’s probably more on your
mind than chocolate and flowers when it comes to Valentine’s
Day.  No doubt, you’re thinking about putting the moves on
your sweetheart to get some hot sex going in the bedroom.

If you want to ensure you have sex that sizzles, here are 6 tips
to make it happen.

1.    Buy a private “love gift.”  Give it to your partner when you
get to the bedroom.  It can be a toy, a flavored lubricant, a
fragrant candle, or a bottle of champagne to drink alone.

2.    Be seductive.  Just because you both know where the
evening is leading doesn’t mean you should head straight to
the bedroom.  Give your partner compliments.  Flirt.  Whisper
what you want to do to their body in their ear over dinner.

3.    As soon as you’re together, start being affectionate.  Don’t
wait until minutes before you want to have sex.  And don’t
smother your partner, either.  Just be genuinely warm and
loving toward your partner.  This day is all about romance.

4.    Try tender sex.  If you usually are aggressive, try being
sweet.  Show your partner another side of yourself.  Reveal
how sexy you are when you slow down to a simmer.  Valentine’s
Day is all about expressing the gentler side.

5.    Try aggressive sex.  If you are usually passive in bed,
trying initiating sex.  Give your partner a treat and show how
much you care all at the same time.  After all, sometimes what’s
hot is ignoring convention.  Instead of sweet Valentine sex, try it

6.    Have a little “after treat.”  When your lovemaking is over,
let your partner know you appreciate this private gift you’ve
enjoyed together.  Have a Valentine’s card hidden beneath the
pillow to give to your lover or an extra chocolate in your
nightstand drawer.

Valentine’s Day is about love, yes, but it’s also about
passionate sex.  The symbols of the holiday—flowers, perfume,
chocolate, and gems—are seductive.  Let yourself be carried

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Dr. Stephanie Buehler is a
psychologist and sex therapist in
private practice in Irvine, California.
She is also "Your Passion Expert"
and has been quoted in media
around the globe.
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