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Yeah Or Nay? Is S£x Important In A Relationship? Find Out Here


Jan. 13, 2020

There is love without s£x and then there is s£x without love. What’s best, though, especially in the context of long-term relationships and
happy marriages are good s£x and affectionate love rolling together side by side.
With s£x that is not backed up by a mutual emotional connection, all you’ve got is casual s£x and some other forms of s£xual relationships
that are not the ultimate goal of many people. And where you’ve got love without s£x, you might as well just be friends.
When you first start dating somebody new, every moment of your relationship is passion-filled. You get butterflies when you think about
them, you want to spend all of your time with them, and you’re often physically intimate. However, as you settle into a relationship, the
initial spark of passion inevitably fades which is completely normal! But if it flags too much, it might be worth examining why.
Every relationship is different. Having less s£x than you used to doesn’t necessarily mean yours is in trouble. Everyone finds fulfilment in
different ways. If your s£x life has slowed down or isn’t as active as you’d like it to be, don’t worry that’s completely normal. Many couples
experience ups and downs in their intimacy levels, and there are many reasons why. Some aren’t interested in having s£x at all, which is
totally fine. But if you are, then s£x is an important part of a relationship. Here’s why.
S£x fosters intimacy
When you have less s£x, you experience less physical intimacy. When you have less physical intimacy, other parts of your relationship
might begin to suffer. In general, frequent s£x leads to positive well-being. So, if your s£x life slows down, it could lead to a loss of
communication, a decrease in trust, and an overall feeling of unhappiness.
S£x deepens bonds
Nothing brings two people closer together than making love. It’s a vulnerable, intimate act that bonds two people on both physical and
emotional levels. There’s something about being so physically close that brings you emotionally closer to your partner.
S£x is good for your health
Not only is s£x good for your emotional health, but it’s also good for your physical health. According to Healthline, research shows that
s£x can help boost your immune system, improve your heart health, boost your memory, and relieve headaches. Oh, and it’s a great
workout too.
S£x builds trust and respect
Being so physically close to someone builds trust and respect. You’re trusting your partner with your body, and vice-versa, which is no
small feat. The more s£x you have, the stronger those aspects of your relationship-plus many others-will become.
S£x is fun!
When two consenting adults have s£x, it’s a lot of fun-plain and simple! It’s an opportunity to feel close to your partner, indulge in fantasies,
and explore what turns you on. Plus, it just feels good.
Above all, the most important thing is to make sure you create an environment where it’s safe to talk about each other’s needs. If you feel
you and your partner could be having more s£x, broach the topic calmly and see where they stand. You might be surprised how an honest
chat could reignite that spark between you! 
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