Not Having Enough Sex? Here's What You Should Do
Intimacy in relationships range from emotional, physical and spiritual. Yes, all these together contribute to strengthening your bond with your significant other. Having the same wavelength with your partner about subjects or issues you care about might not be possible with every couple, physical intimacy is something you can build upon. If you find yourself not having enough sex in your relationship – no matter what the reason – you need to address it ASAP.
Here is something that you can do to fill up the dry patch:
Find Out What’s The Issue
Communicate. Communicate. Communicate. Yes, this might seem awfully repetitive, but that’s the first step to any relationship problem. It is very unlikely (most times) that couples go without having sex for the longest time. If your relationship is a victim to that, ensure you get to the root of the issue. Ask your partner upfront about what’s going on and if there is something that holding him/her back. Similarly, introspect on what’s bothering you, if you are the one turning down your SO’s gestures. Come to a solution together.
Try A New Territory
If the same old missionary has got you bored and tired, it’s time to switch to new positions (and not put a stop to the whole act altogether!). Discuss before you try attempting anything new or adventurous in bed. It is extremely important for you and your SO to be on the same page when it comes to these matters.
Read Up Or Type It!
Sometimes, making love with your partner might not entice you as much or vice versa. If the regular grind doesn’t get you in the mood, you can try reading up erotica or go back to the OG – sexting. Many a time, bringing back the old charms work bigger wonders than new ones. Resort to older ways and techniques that worked well for both of you.
Take Time Apart
If the issues are unresolvable with just communication or conversations, there could be something deeper than you are able to see. If all else fails, try taking some time apart. Involve in things that interest you, talk to your friends or peers who know you and your SO however, don’t base your decisions on their opinions. It is always good to have a third person viewpoint. If you are still finding it difficult to come to a decision, try couple’s therapy.
Also Read: Here’s How You Can Talk To Your Partner About Your Fetish