Valentine’s Day Gifts
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and with the upcoming release of the 50 Shades of Grey movie, we think this year’s celebration of love is gonna be hotter than ever, along with the classic romantic exchanges of roses, chocolates and love letters. But this year, why not take it to a new level and give your true love something they’ve really been wanting but might have been hesitant to ask for. (Image Credit: Jess Waters/Pixabay)
When asked about their most intimate desires, more than 80% of partners say they have sexual interests and curiosities they want to share with their partner but are hesitant to do so. True intimacy requires complete and honest communications about all matters of the heart, including sexual desires and intimacy wishes. This applies to both men and women, if they are to achieve true happiness and satisfaction in their personal relationships and marriages.
If your Sweetheart is shy or embarrassed to speak freely, Couples Chemistry’s “Under The Covers Research” of over 3000 couples romantic relationship might offer insights to help discover the perfect gift for you and your lover. So what might your partner really want? ……
Over 93% of partners want more of the following with their mate: Laughter, Sex, Closeness and Pleasures.
Over 83% of partners want more of the following: Cuddling, Kinkiness, Talking or Foreplay.
Of the 22 intimacy themed Love Kits offered by CouplesChemistry.com, the top 3 most mutually wanted themes, shared by > 80% of romantic partners are: more sensuous and luxurious touch, greater frequency and variety of sexual play, or increased use of toys and games during sexual play.
And surprisingly, over 50% of partners also want to spice it up and engage with their mate in: role play, ravishment play, and more aggressive/rough sexual play.
Couples can receive the perfect gift that reveals their unique intimacy formula, this Valentine’s Day. A customized Love Kit helps sweethearts to discovering new areas of potential intimacy exploration that may have been unexpressed, but are longing to be shared.