How to Improve
marriage Sex

On this episode of God, Money & Sex, Vivian and Raul give you a peek into their bedroom as they reveal the secret to the best sex in your life: Having a great connection with your partner.
The best way to have a great connection with your partner is to start by being in touch with the different personalities within yourself.

The side of yourself that you choose to show someone else is your persona. At the office, you can have the dark warrior persona, at the dinner table, you can have the King and Queen persona or the Mother and Father persona. In the bedroom, you can have many personas, from the temptress who takes charge to the schoolgirl who approaches cautiously then lets go of her inhibitions and immerses herself in the moment.

You can explore these different sides of yourself if you have a partner who is accepting of who you are and is able to communicate his or her needs.

By watching this episode, you’ll learn how to tap into the different sides of yourself and make a deeper connection than you’ve ever had before.

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