Now, we’ve observed this couple for some time. Based on what we’ve seen, we’re now pointing out three practices they entertain that could help couples keep the spark lit- especially those of you in long term relationships.
- HAVE AFFAIRS… WITH EACH OTHER – Yourtango.com says couples should have frequent affairs with each other. “Having an affair with your spouse can bring back the feelings of excitement and closeness — not to mention the smoking hot sex — that you had when you first met,” says Yourtango.com. The experts recommend that couples send each other sexy texts when its least expected, buy racy lingerie, sneak away for a nooner at a hotel, or meet at bar and pretend you don’t know each other. Now, based on what we’ve been seeing on social media with these two, there’s definitely a hot affair that’s ongoing in their Maraval home.
- FLAUNT YOUR SEXY SELF- Experts say the first step to staying attracted to each other is feeling attractive. The folks at Yourtango.com say there’s nothing more appealing to a man than a woman who feels sexy in her own skin. Fay Ann is, if nothing else, comfy in her skin. She works hard to maintain a toned physique and shows off her good on and off stage. Her husband definitely admires his wife’s hot bod, as we saw in the video posted at the beginning of this story. So, keep going Fay! It’s working!
COMPETE – A little competition never hurt anyone. Fay Ann and Bunji have been competing against each other in the Soca arena for many years. They do not collaborate on their music. In fact, Bunji has told EBUZZTT in the past, that he does not interfere in Fay’s work and vice versa. That’s not to say that they wouldn’t celebrate each other’s success but in the past, we’ve certainly seen these two battle against each other in major competitions like Soca Monarch. The relationship gurus encourage competition between couples. They say pitting yourself against your partner can boost attraction, add chemistry, and lead to a hotter sex life. In fact a Pennsylvania State University study found that competition ups libido-boosting testosterone in men and women.