Which means that your post-baby intercourse life is a small lacking? (Okay, make that nonexistent?) The news that is good you’re not by yourself. With child into the image, intercourse can drop a notches that are few the concern list. Also it’s not merely the responsibilities that are new exhaustion—delivering a child can make you sore, dry and experiencing not-so-sexy. Through it all before if you’re ready to turn the heat back on in the bedroom (or dining room, or kitchen), try these real-life tips from sex therapist Lisa Terrell, MA, DHS, and a few other moms who’ve been.
1. Get Nasty
You still want to get intimate, there are other things you can do, you know if you aren’t quite ready for actual intercourse but. (Wink, wink.) Really, get creative in order to find ways to intimately link. “Intimate contact may come in a lot of kinds,” says Terrell, whom founded the Sensovi Institute in Charlotte, new york. “Think in terms of sensual contact, sensual leisure and intercourse play.”