What Your Husband Really Wants This Father’s Day
by Arlene Pellicane

All year long, your husband works hard to provide for you and
your family. This Father’s Day, give him something really special
to show your appreciation. Not a tie, power tool, or new gadget,
but the gift of yourself.

It doesn’t take any new research or an opinion poll to know that
a man’s number one need is sexual fulfillment. In Dr. Willard
Harley’s book, His Needs, Her Needs: Building an Affair-proof
Marriage, he says the first thing a husband can’t do without is
sexual fulfillment. "Affection is the environment of the marriage,
sex is the special event," says Harley.

So how can you cook up a special event for Father’s Day? Try
these three things that are absolutely free and are sure to
please your man:

1. Send your husband a sexy invitation. For instance, you could
write a note like, "You’re invited to a special time of lovemaking
for the best husband and father in the whole world. Come to bed
a little early, 7 pm on Sunday night. The kids are going to
grandmas, wink wink."

2. Bring some
flavor into the bedroom. Try spicing up your love
life by adding some
ingredients from your Father’s Day
barbeque to the bedroom. Your husband will enjoy eating
barbeque sauce, honey, or other sweet things off your body.

3. Give your husband
love coupons. One coupon could say,
"Good for a massage and lovemaking." Another could say, "You
pick the outfit tonight."

Father’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to say thank you to your
husband. And what better way to celebrate than by making love
in a memorable way? After all, that’s what made him a father in
the first place!

When you take time to celebrate Father’s Day with a little extra
sex, your husband will be extra glad to be a father!

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