True Lovemaking

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Hello all.

My wife and I have been doing something like karezza for around three years without knowing about it. After learning about karezza from here I think I should share some of our experience.

In our thirteen years of marriage we have two kids together. But we are never in so much love like now. We make love 2-3 times everyday except her menstrual days. We connect at bed and fall asleep connected. In the morning we connect again and start our day with a hour long lovemaking. We don't fix our time. We just act naturally. There are times when we connect just for a few minutes in a busy evening and there are times when we connect for 3-4 hours on a weekend night.

What is bit different from what we do and karezza is we don't have rules. We both know that orgasm is just an impulse which ruins the sustained pleasure. We both avoid having orgasm to keep our lovemaking flowing. But there are some rare days when we engaged in slow conventional sex specially before her menstrual days. We actually do what we enjoy and don't mind to have a orgasmic day in a month.

Our approach to each other has changed so much. My wife now hold my hands, hug or kiss me with no reason. And I don't miss a chance to be intimate with her when alone together. We find ourselves more active and lively. Our kids find us more caring and friendly.

My wife has been always a cuddly type. Connecting before was her idea which sounded cute and romantic to me. We started it as fun and now it has become our daily practice. We found the true way of making love. I don't think we will ever go back to our old conventional sex life.

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Thanks for jumping in

It's great to hear how everyone works out their ideal approach once they figure out the two basic ideas of (1) the power of daily affection to increase wellbeing and (2) orgasm can leave lovers feeling depleted and less attracted to each other.

Beautifully said

As a German sexology friend recently pointed out, too many observers today reduce sex to orgasm. This is like old-fashioned dieticians who reduced food to calories. Now, it turns out that not all calories are equal in terms of their effects on wellbeing.

Humans can be slow learners sometimes. Biggrin