5 Ways to Turn Your Husband On

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Ways to Turn Your Husband On

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Did you instantly think this post was all about sex? Think again! Turning your man on isn't something that needs to be contained to the bedroom. Now, obviously men love sex, but let's give them credit for being a bit more deep. Here are five ways to seduce your fiancé or husband without hitting the sheets.

1. Sharpen Up Your Flirting Skills.
There are so many ways to flirt with your husband (think, sexy texts, playing footsie, flashing him) and there is nothing like a man on a hunt. Don't fight it; they were bred that way. Men love the chase! Let him know you want him, desire him, but he'll have to catch you first.

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2. Turn Your Home Into a Post-It Heaven.
Writing notes in red lipstick on the bathroom mirror can be a messy proposition, so expand the idea a little by using Post-Its instead. Make it cute. Make it mushy. Make it flirty.

3. Fifteen Seconds a Day Keeps the Blues Away.
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Well, 15 seconds a day of puckering up will keep the blues in your marriage far, far away. And increase that to 45 seconds to set off some fireworks!

4. Call Your (Future) In-Laws Just to Say Hello.
No, seriously. When was the last time you called his parents and not at the prompting of your man? Reaching out to the ones who helped shape the wonderful man he turned out to be will do more for him than you can imagine (this, of course, is assuming he has a good relationship with them and they're not certifiably nuts).

5. Do Something Brag-Worthy.
Men love bragging about their girlfriends or wives so give them a reason! Try writing a list of 10 reasons you're grateful for him and put it in his pants pocket so he'll find it when he least expects. Brag about him and make sure he knows about it.

Fawn Weaver is the New York Times bestselling author of Happy Wives Club: One Woman's Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage. She is also the founder of the Happy Wives Club, a community of nearly 800,000 women in more than 110 countries.

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