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Sex should be fun, but it can also be complicated. Welcome to Sexual Resolution , a biweekly column by sex therapist Vanessa Marin answering your most confidential questions to help you achieve a healthy, joyful sex life. Here, she answers a question about making eye contact in bed. I feel you should be able to make eye contact for extended periods of time before needing to look away, but I can only do about three seconds. After that, I feel uncomfortable, or awkward.

Even making eye contact with someone in a nonsexual context can feel difficult, as we reveal a lot about ourselves through the facial expressions in and around our eyes. Pairing it with another intimate activity — sex — sends the intimacy level through the roof. Experiment with making eye contact with your partner in nonsexual contexts like when you guys are eating dinner together or doing the dishes , and interrogate the feelings that come up for you.

Whatever comes up for you, take a few minutes to journal about it. First, I recommend trying to get better making eye contact with yourself. Stand in front of a mirror and try to look at yourself in the eyes. Work up to holding that contact for longer and longer periods of time. Then, practice making eye contact with strangers. Ask your partner how they feel about eye contact too.

When it comes time to practice, I recommend that you sit facing each other, outside of the bedroom, because separating it from sex can make it feel less vulnerable.

Close your eyes, take a few deep breaths, then look at each other. Allow yourself to break your gaze as many times as you need, and give yourselves permission to giggle or feel nervous.

Give yourself a few seconds of a break, then gently open your eyes up again when you feel ready. Practice working up to a few seconds at a time. If it helps, you can also try challenging each other to give different types of eye contact.

For example, can you make silly eye contact with each other? Or angry? Or sad? Or in love? Vanessa Marin is a licensed sex therapist based in Los Angeles. You can find her on Instagram , Twitter , and her website.

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Sex should be fun, but it can also be complicated. Welcome to Sexual Resolution , a biweekly column by sex therapist Vanessa Marin answering your most confidential questions to help you achieve a healthy, joyful sex life. Here, she answers a question about making eye contact in bed.

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