Let us know if this applies to you or to anyone you know: Your life has become stale overall. Work is repetitive, and your relationhip and sex life has become as routine as your work too
There seems to be an ongoing belief among couples and the entire population in general that a committed relationship and sex are separate areas of consequence. However, the truth is that relationhip and sex are NOT mutually exclusive, and while they’re not the same, they can affect each other in ways in way that no other aspect of life can. Well, except perhaps for money.
If you don’t believe us, just look at the many couples that have enhanced their long-term relationships by spicing up their sex lives, or the “friends with benefits” or “fuck buddies” that ended up being in an intimate relationship.
Your relationship and your sex life will constantly evolve during your marriage, regardless of whether you would like it to or otherwise. In general, however, what you are, who your lover is and how you treat one another is what determines the kind of relationship and sex life you will have..
Obviously, trying to enhance your relationship and sex becomes simpler when you communicate and interact with one another. Improve communication, schedule play dates, and discuss different sexual dreams and positions that you’d like to test. All these can help to add spice to your relationship and sex life. The most crucial factor would be to enjoy each other’s company and not place an excessive amount of focus on whether you’re getting enough sex.
If you are keeping tabs on you how many times you’ve had sex, you’re opening yourself up to the possibility of becoming a sex and relationship addict.
Unlike someone who strongly believes that intimacy and sex intertwined but are NOT everything, the romance and sex addict looks to something exterior— a relationship or a sexual experience– to provide them the emotional stability they do not have.
The addict is constantly in a hurry to arouse romantic relationships and/or sexual encounters. This often leads to continued unhappiness, fear and boredom This individual is constantly living in an enormous amount of constant chaos — frightened of being alone or reject. Yet they pushing their current partner away and are constantly searching for that one relationship that can make them happy.
The truth is, sexual interest diminishes within a marriage or long-term relationship and sex happens less often. It’s an important part of the connection cycle. Sexual interest also changes as we grow older – we are affected by decreasing hormonal levels along with other health problems.
The focus then changes from the frequency of sex to the quality of sex, especially if a couple becomes at ease with one another, and have other ways of connecting besides sex. The good thing about it is that although sexual frequency has a tendency to decline long-term intimate relationships, sexual joy is quite strong among committed couples.