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Halloween: A Reason to Bring Role-playing into the Bedroom

By hismrshermr |

In life we are always told to never be someone we aren’t. I have come to learn that there are two exceptions to this, however; Halloween and in the bedroom.

Many couples enjoy engaging in a little role-playing from time to time, while some of us are a little hesitant to try out our acting abilities on our spouse. But if you’ve always wanted to give role-playing a try, Halloween just might be the perfect day.

Halloween is the day people are expected to wear something they wouldn’t normally and oftentimes they “get into character” too. Wear something you feel a little sexy in and talk differently than you normally would and no one will think anything of it because it’s Halloween.

So this year, after you put the kids to sleep keep the costumes on and head for the bedroom to play “doctor” or whatever else you can dream up for the night! More Halloween role-playing tips here.

 

What do you think of bringing role-playing into the bedroom?

 

Photo Source: Costume Craze

 

Read more from Krishann on her personal blog His Mrs. Her Mr. Krishann is also a contributor for The Conversation and The Conscious Perspective. Follow her on Twitter and Pinterest.

 

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Krishann Briscoe is a child welfare professional turned freelancer with a passion for writing and dessert. Krishann writes for Babble and at her personal blog, His Mrs. Her Mr. She is also a contributor for Disney Baby. Krishann resides in Southern California with her husband and their two daughters. Read bio and latest posts → Read hismrshermr's latest posts →

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