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Are you ready to start saying yes, yes, YES!!! more often??
Do you want to ramp thing up in your bedroom?
Do you want to bring the spice back?
Download my free Yes, No Maybe sheet below
Yes, No, Maybe List!
New ways to play....
Welcome to your sexual preference menu. Yep, you’ve read that correctly! If you’ve been trying to figure out what else there is to do in the bedroom besides the same old, same old… the Yes, No, Maybe List provides you with a plethora of options, from mild to extra extra spicy.
Don’t be mistaken…this is the go-to guide for couples who want to explore together. It’s also a brilliant guide for individuals who want clarity on what adventures they are willing to explore. This guide is a way to consider new, sexy activities in a fun, non-threatening way. The Yes, No, Maybe Guide has everything from shower sex to spanking to swinging and is designed to help you discover your fantasies, in an open and honest way.
Here’s how it works:
Download the Yes, No, Maybe Guide below.
Print off two copies…one for you and one for your partner.
Complete the guide at the same time…independently from one another.
If you’re definitely into something, mark “yes.”
Not into it at all? Mark “no.”
If you’re curious about it but aren’t totally sure, choose “maybe.”
Sit with your partner to discuss and compare your answers.
what if its a yes?
Focus on the “Yes’s” you have in common. Who knew you were both into dirty talk? If you’re not sure how to get started with something you haven’t tried before, do some research. You may find that talking about sex can be just as fun as having it.
what if its a no?
If it’s a no, it’s a no—but be open to discussing the “why.” it's a no. If something is a “no” for your partner, but a “yes” for you, talk about it without applying any pressure. If your partner doesn’t feel comfortable discussing the reasons why something is a “no”, then honor their decision and vice versa. You can always revisit the topic in the future.
what if it's a maybe?
Mutual “maybe’s” are fun to explore. Couples are encouraged to spend time talking about the “maybe’s” to go a bit deeper. What turns you on about this topic? What about it turns you off? You’ll find that these conversations can turn “maybe’s” into ”yes’s” with a little bit of imagination and creativity.