4. Get comfortable
It may sound basic, but if you are getting ready to be intimate, make sure you are comfortable.
The idea is to break thru any barriers that are going to arise that will make it difficult for you to relax.
Thinking, “I’m cold,” or “my back is hurting” during moments of intimacy, could derail your ability to stay connected to the moment.
Try to eliminate all of the little things that can throw off your ability to relax and enjoy yourself.
Find a cozy spot. Warm up the room if you are cold (or put on warm socks and a robe). Cool the room down if you are hot.
Fluff the pillows 🙂 Whatever it takes to get comfortable.
And, be sure that the positions that you choose are comfortable as well. Get creative. What can be used to help you find a comfortable position? Pillows, chairs, footstools, etc. . .
Whatever it takes. Get comfortable!
The next step is the hardest for me.