It takes more than sex to achieve a deep connection and synchronisation of feelings during the honeymoon, writes GARDY CHACHA
Apart from the wedding and the celebration accompanying it, the next beautiful thing couples look forward to is the honeymoon.
Ideally, this is where couples begin their intimacy. Make no mistake: Sex and intimacy are two separate nouns. The latter means a deep connection or synchronisation of human feelings, which are then relayed outwardly, while the former can sometimes just be a mechanical act. Being in love does not guarantee complete intimacy.
If total intimacy is not realised during a honeymoon, then it probably will never be achieved during marital life. But that doesn’t mean all honeymoons are stamped and flipped, certified for pure bliss. It can only be as good as you push it to be.
Here is how to ensure you have the perfect honeymoon and achieve ultimate intimacy.
A few months before the honeymoon, prepare by adopting good eating habits and exercise. This will help keep your skin looking radiant and your hair nice and shiny.
It’ll also condition your body’s overall health and prepare you for any excursions, such as snorkelling, hiking or swimming under waterfalls. For the first day of the honeymoon, pre-order breakfast and spend the whole morning in bed, eating, cuddling and watching a romantic movie or just yip-yapping sweet nothings.
Staying active will help you burn any extra calories. It also ensures your body is within the right body mass index, which gives you the confidence and freedom to express yourself physically to your partner. To add on that, if a chance to spoil yourselves intimately avails, then you go ahead, even if it involves downing a fatty morsel.
I don’t have to mention that cleanliness is a virtue. However, there are hidden mistakes that if not emphasised could spoil the intimate moments.