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3 Ways You Can Make Sex a Priority

By on February 2, 2015
Time to Make Sex Magnificent! By Julie Sibert Article-1

Valentines Day’s almost here, love, candlelit dinners, chocolates, flowers, passion and yes.. sex is on most peoples minds. In case your one of the millions of couples who find that there never seems to be any time at all in their busy lives to get get busy, here are a few tips to help you get ahead of the curve in the days leading up to Valentines day.

Sex is a special and intimate time for couples.

It’s a bonding time where the two of you can steal away and experience a connection that is unlike any other.

Unfortunately, there are many distractions such as, kids, work, sports, electronics, community service and other activities that take you away from fully giving your undivided attention during sex.

3 Ways You Can Make Sex a Priority

Schedule Sex

Pull out your calendar and look at all the appointments you have.

You probably have doctor appointments, meetings, sporting events, etc.

Is sex on your calendar?

Probably not because you just expect to have sex sometime during the week.

The problem is that it doesn’t happen. Before you know it a month has passed and neither you or your spouse can remember the last time you were sexually intimate.


Sit down with your spouse, take out your calendars, and find one day each week when the two of you are going to have sex.

You have to schedule sex, if you want to be consistent in your sexual intimacy.


As you go over your calendars find the days and times when both of you can be together.

You wouldn’t cancel on your doctor’s appointment so don’t cancel on your sexual time with your spouse.

Change of Scenery

Over time you get into sexual habits.

When it comes to your sexual intimacy it may be that you make love in the same place, same time, and same position.


Break out of your comfort zone for a change of scenery.

Get out from under the covers.

Leave the lights on so you can see one another.


Get outside of your bedroom (living room, bathroom, sundeck)

Try a new position that both of you agree on.

Initiate Sex

In every marriage there is a spouse who initiates (high desire) and one who is pursued (low desire).

The one who initiates gets tired of being turned down and the pursued spouse gets tired or find ways to get out of having sex, right?


It’s time for each of you to take the lead in your sex life. When you schedule sex also write down which one of you will be initiating.

This act alone has helped us to better understand each other’s sexual desire.


Great sex doesn’t just happen.

When you and your spouse empower one another to share your likes and desires during sex this is when you can experience a deep connection in your sexual intimacy.

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