The more sex you have, the more you enjoy it because you get better at it. You keep your tissues in good order and your connection high. Read on to learn how to enjoy sex in marriage.
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The third leg of that stool is the all-important sexual health because sex is hard without it. The more sex you have, the more you enjoy it because you get better at it. You keep your tissues in good order and your connection high.
In a relationship where sex is declining, and one of the two partners is unhappy, which happens often, one person wants sex more than the other. Then, you have a problem. It’s not always the guy, though that’s mostly what people commonly think. There is unmatched desire, unmet satisfaction, and eroding emotional connection between couples because of despair, rejection, and a lack of affection.
Often if the person of low desire is no longer even touching their partner because they’re afraid to start something, it creates a cascade of adverse effects that pulls people apart.
How much sex should you have? Let’s just say whatever is right for the two of you. If you can keep that rhythm going, you’ll often find that you want more sex because you’ve gotten more pleasure out of it. After all, orgasm, touch techniques, and oral pleasure are skills you can learn.
The more you have intercourse, the more you learn how to use your penis in different ways, the more a woman learns to control her vaginal muscles. You just increment your knowledge. So that sex can get better over time.
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