Your relationship with sex makes a big impact on your kids and the world. If you fell asleep right now, you could get 7 hours of sleep before rolling out of bed and starting it all over again. That is the last thing on your mind. There are a lot more important things to focus your energy on than sex. Just stop for a second. Stop the all the busy-ness and the "to-dos". Go somewhere quiet right now, by yourself, lock the door, turn off the phone, the TV, the radio, and take a big deep breath.
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Couples who trust their partners with money are more likely to report "hot" sex lives. However, it's the implication of a new poll from MONEY , which surveyed millennials and baby boomers about relationships and money. The poll found that people who trusted their partners with money were more likely to report that their sex lives were "hot" or "very good," while those who were less confident in their partner's financial skills — or reported fighting with their partners about money — were also less satisfied with the more private side of their relationship. In general, couples who saw eye to eye on retirement savings, emergency savings, investment decisions, major purchases, and retirement age fought less often, trusted each other more, and reported higher levels of bedroom bliss. Renzulli and Poppick are clear that the poll only implies a correlation, not a causal relationship agreeing about money won't necessarily improve your sex life; conversely, a great sex life doesn't always mean you'll agree about money. Bearing in mind that disagreements over money are one of the leading causes of divorce , the poll's findings provide another good reason to get on the same financial page as your partner. If you're considering marriage, take a look at the three essential money conversations couples should have before getting married.
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Life is too short to have bad sex even though bad sex may only take a few minutes. Well, OK, sometimes bad sex is useful because it teaches you what you don't like and also without it there would be a lot less to talk about while getting tipsy at brunch. But once you're in a relationship , the sex should be good. When it is, it's part of the glue that binds you two together. And when it's not, it can be the wedge that drives you so far apart you look back one day and are like, WTF was I thinking staying in that hellscape I called a relationship?