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These are more fun than a night of bingewatching series in your PJS (yes, really). Life coach Kirsten Long advises on love, work and more.
Has ‘Netflix and chill’ turned into just Netflix, and chill? You’re not alone. Research shows that 65% of us watch TV in bed, and one in five do it to avoid having sex. Sounds depressing, but the good news is that we can get ourselves in the mood, even if we’re too busy or tired – or just not fussed. Here, readers share what works for them.
“We set aside one night a week for ‘us’. We’ll go for supper, have some wine and talk. Scheduled sex might seem unromantic, but our lives are busy, and at least this way the chance of sex is 50% more likely compared to any other night.” – Juno, 29
“I’ve been with my boyfriend for four years, so that initial can’t-keep-ourhands-off-each-other stuff has changed. For me, focusing on kissing is a great way to initiate being physical. The slow build-up is a big turn-on and inevitably leads to sex.” – Vicky, 28
Q“I’ve just changed jobs and it’s not turning out to be what I expected. How long do I give it before leaving?”