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Not necessarily, because there’s more to a healthy relationship than sexual intercourse. It's all communicating one's feelings. Being romantic solely just to get sex will be seen as manipulative. Hinting at your desires will most likely push her further away, and doing nothing about it will make you resentful, making the relationship ready to fail.

When communicating your feelings, it's best to have the conservation with your wife in a neutral place where sex isn’t an option. A coffee shop or a long walk in a public place are good ideas. Talk to her about what intimacy means to you, but also plan out in advance what you hope to say.

It's best to have the attitude that you’ll work through the issues together. When you go out let her know that you would like to talk about what sex means to you and the benefits that a fulfilling sex life would bring the both of you.

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There are moments where a couple does have sex after getting married, but there is no normal when it comes to the frequency of it. While some couples have romp sessions every day, others have dwindling but satisfactory sex lives.

If you're in a marriage and the both of you are struggling with your sex life, this statement probably won’t make couples feel any better. You two are likely looking for a reference point to draw parallels with to determine the state of your sex life.

An average couple has sex 68.5 times a year, which means having sex five-to-six times a month and once or twice a week.

However, couples individually need to understand how often each person needs to have sex to be fulfilled in the relationship. Some people want to have sex every day, and they are, while other people have other priorities. Therefore, sex isn’t on the top of their list, so they are having it less.

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Marriage without sex is more common than people think, being a silent marriage killer; it starts out as a slow burn, then explodes at the end of a marriage. Many people try to make a marriage work for years, hoping that something will change. It seems petty sometimes to divorce over sexual issues. The reason are much deeper. Children and work responsibilities (at the workplace and home) may affect the relationship.

So does avoiding the problem, if it's medical or psychological. Ignoring the unhappiness of the other partner is detrimental to a marriage, along with the refusal to compromise. Compromising is important, because a couple agreeing to go to a medical doctor, sex therapist or couples counselor is enough to show that they respect the marriage and will try to work on the problem. If they have put enough time and work into improving their sex life and are still not happy with the intimacy, then each person has every right to move on.

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There's no perfect time to have sex with someone, whether it's on the first night you meet or on your wedding night, yet many people find themselves wonder how long should you date before having sex.

The answer varies from person to person and situation to situation. However, the general consensus many people have come to is the "three date rule." This "rule" basically touts the third date as the ideal time to get physically intimate. That said, waiting for longer periods of time isn't necessarily a bad thing.

One valid reason for waiting before sex is for to establish comfort and trust with your prospective partner. Often, the reasons people decide to wait to have sex are based on religious and moral beliefs that may be totally valid for that individual, but not necessarily for someone else. That's perfectly fine, because part of getting to know a new person is sharing your beliefs and getting to know theirs.

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Any adult can feel sexual tension, and they can feel it from the other person. However, that doesn't mean the other person is interested in having sex with the person who has those feelings. A person can still make a fool of yourself by making assumptions because of the chemistry that exists. Sometimes, they might misinterpret attraction but that's something a person guesses at all their lives.

Anyone could look for clues that the person is attracted and there is sexual tension there. Men and women usually feel the tension. People can tell by looks, attention and some men are pretty adept at showing they like women that way. If you put yourself out there a little, they'll let you know. So don't be afraid. Chances are they feel the same way, if you are getting those vibes from them. There can be sexual tension with anyone.

There's no concrete reason why it's there with certain people and not with others. But just because it's there, that's no reason to do sex with each other.

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In order to keep your relationship in a healthy place, however, you're going to have to know the signs sooner or later, and sooner is always better. So rather than retreating and wallowing, start paying attention to your husband. Look out for the warning signs, like if they're being secretive when communicating with someone via email or texting or emotionally withdrawn when you want to talk or be intimate, but you should be gentle in your approach to your husband.

There's a fine line between looking for the signs of straying and accusing your partner of something that may be in your head. Finding someone else attractive is not a cardinal sin, but being sure that your partner won't act on that attraction and creating a space for open conversation about your relationship is important in order to keep moving forward in your relationship. It's good to stay ahead of the heartbreak. ook out for these common signs that your partner finds someone else attractive.

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If something about your wife's recent behavior seems suspicious, and your instincts are telling you that there might be another guy in her life, you should do a little investigating first to verify that your suspicions are correct and not a result of your own jealousy before talking to her about it. If she suddenly starts spending considerably more time running with social circles that don't include you, this could be a bad sign. If she claims to be hanging out with her female friends, this might not actually be the case.

She may alienate your friends and family, having a sense of guilt. If she never had any interest in alcohol and cigarettes before, and begins smelling of either one, she may have someone who taught her those new habits. You should also pay attention to how often she works or goes on business trips, and look at how much money she spends when she's out shopping.

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Not really. There are many reasons why married people cheat. Married couples are impacted by infidelity, and most people, including those who stray, will say that cheating is wrong. Risk factors such as personality disorders and childhood issues, as well as opportunities such as social media and poor boundaries, can increase the chance that one of these reasons will actually lead to some type of affair.

One common trigger is frustration in the marriage; the cheater may make several attempts to solve problems to no avail. The wife may have had second thoughts about getting married or the husband was jealous over the attention given to a new baby and neither had the skill set to communicate these feelings. The straying spouse may have childhood baggage; memories of neglect, abuse or a parent who cheated can interferes with his or her ability to maintain a committed relationship.

Less often, the cheater lacks empathy, doesn't value monogamy or simply doesn't care about the consequences while having an affair.

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If you have sexual tension of any kind, the best way to relieve it is to masturbate. You can masturbate alone or with a partner, at home and in the bathtub. It’s highly versatile. Another way is a massage, if you’re able to handle another person touching you in a non-sexual fashion. It’s a great way to physically relieve tension that’s being kept in your body. You’ll also have the time to mentally unwind. Meditation is another idea.

Find your inner “om” and focus on your breathing. This sexual tension is highly psychological; you need to focus on controlling your thoughts. This will also come in handy with your life in general, learning how to calm yourself down in any situation that comes your way. Another idea to take sexual tension off your mind is partaking in a hobby. When you’re at home alone after work, take advantage of the free time that doesn't involve watching TV,

Since there's a lot of sexual imagery on it. Take a cooking or pottery class. Join the gym or a book club. Fill yourself with any hobby that interests you.

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Marriage can be hard work at times especially if both people work and there is not enough time for them to spend together. Sometimes in a marriage, they can strive to achieve own independence and happiness, but they can forget to work on the actual relationship.

Lack of sex and intimacy can cause a strain or have a negative impact because, without any romance, there is no passion in a marriage. On the other hand, sexless marriages are not necessarily unheard of, and many marriages go on for decades without sex. Some problems include feelings of abandonment, resentment, extramarital affairs, stress, jealousy, lack of intimacy, insecurity, sets a bad example for children, separation, and sexual dysfunction.

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