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How Often Do Couples Have Sex?

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How About You? – How often does the average couple have sex? Most guys think they’re not having enough sex. If they only knew how little action the average guy gets. Couples have sex anywhere from once a week to just one time per month. That’s the normal range for the typical couple. Think about that for just a second. Do you get laid that often? If so, you should consider yourself lucky. It’s not uncommon for new couples to have sex all the time. The sex tends to tamper down as the relationship grows. Kids play another factor in that. Family life can be very draining. It eats up your time and all of your energy. Life has a way of getting in between couples and sex.

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Make Sex a Priority – Gone are the days of 9-5 jobs. It used to be that couples worked the same hours. It was just a few short decades ago that women debated about working outside of the home. Sex was a whole lot easier when the old lady was home and dinner was on the table. Today, lives are busy and couples are far apart from each other. How many times a month do you get laid? More than four? If so, you’re in the minority. Less than once and you’ve got a problem. Don’t shoot for sex every day of the week. It’s not possible for most couples these days.

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Don’t Let it Slide – A few times a week is optimum for new couples. As you age the number will go down. This is natural and you shouldn’t be alarmed by it. You should only be alarmed if the sex dries up completely. Sex has an ebb and flow to it. You may get laid more during vacations or holidays. Times that are stressful may produce less results in the sack. A healthy relationship is one that fluctuates in the amount of sex you have. Nothing in life is truly consistent. Don’t be surprised if the action in the bedroom isn’t.

Sex After a Break Up

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When Is Right? – How long should you wait to have sex after a breakup? It seems the answer to this question is all over the map. It probably depends on if you’re asking a guy or a gal. Relationships end, and at some point you’ve got to move on. That doesn’t mean it’s easy and there won’t be quite a bit of pain along the way. Marriage can be different in terms of recuperating than simply dating. Though, in today’s world, many people date for years or even decades.

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So Alone – For many couples dating is the equivalent to marriage. No matter if you’re a man or a woman, having sex too soon after a breakup is a bad thing. Deep down inside you know this. You know it because just the thought of it alone makes you feel uncomfortable. You’re not celebrating the fact that the relationship isn’t over. Even though some people who haven’t been in this situation think that a celebration is in order. Ending a relationship can be quite painful. It takes time for the wounds to heal. So, how long should you wait before having sex? It’s not a matter of days or months. The answer to that question is inside you. You’ll know when you’re ready to have sex again. There isn’t some arbitrary number that can be pulled out of thin air. It could take you months or maybe even years to have sex again. To some, waiting years to have sex sounds impossible. Those people have never experienced pain on the level that you are.

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Be Patient – Don’t rush into having sex after a breakup. You shouldn’t rush into getting into another relationship either. You’ll know when the time is right. People think that immediately jumping into a new relationship will ease the pain. It won’t. It’ll only complicate the pain and it may add to it. If you breakup with them quickly, you’ll have double the dose of sorrow. Always remember to practice safe sex when you’re hooking up with a new partner. Even if you feel the relationship will last, use protection. It’ll possibility prevent any headaches that may arise with your new found lover.

Do You Need Sex Therapy In Your Relationship?

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Do You Need Professional Help? – You and your partner have been thinking about going to a sex therapist. Yes, it’s actually gotten that bad. You’re not alone and there are many couples that need therapy. Here were going to dispel a few myths about sex therapy and tell you what to expect. Seeing a therapist about your sexual problems is not as far fetched as some may believe. Most people have no idea what a sex therapist is. Quitea few of you are going to be shocked to find out what exactly this therapy entails.

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It’s About Talking – The first thing that needs to be cleared up is, you will not be having sex in front of the therapist. It should also be noted that the therapist won’t be joining you for a threesome. For whatever reason, quite a few guys think that they’ll have sex in front of the therapist and they may actually join in on the fun. That’s not how sex therapy works and you should run out of the room if a therapist suggests anything of that nature. So, what exactly should you expect while visiting a sex therapist? You should expect to talk about your sexual problems. Yes, you’re going to have to talk about your feelings. That’s what this all boils down to. You’re not getting any and you’ll have to talk about your feelings to get some. How does that sound to you? If it sounds good, then you’ve probably been masturbating quite a bit lately. If that’s the case, sex therapy is without a doubt a good idea for you. Unless you feel like pleasuring yourself for a much longer time.

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Talking To Heal – The general public is aware of talk therapy and have at least some grasp of its value. A sex therapist offers a very similar service. The difference is, everything you talk about will be of a sexual nature. Too many times people discount the value therapy in any form has to offer. If you value your relationship, you shouldn’t immediately say no to the idea of going to a sex therapist. A visit or two may help you in ways that is difficult to understand now. Keep in mind that no one can force you to go to future visits. If you feel uncomfortable, or that the sessions are not providing ample improvements in your sex life, then simply stop going. Otherwise, continue to work on improving your relationship and hopefully you’ll benefit with some action in the sack.

Take Your Time When You Make Love

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It’s Not A Race – This is an article for all the men out there. Women, you too can learn a thing or two from this. Every guy reading this wants to be able to last longer in the sack. It’s not a race. Finishing first doesn’t win you any prizes. The goal during sex should always be to satisfy your partner as much as yourself. This can’t happen if you’re finishing too fast. How can you last longer? That’s what this article will attempt to help you accomplish.

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Slow Down – You can always jerk off before having sex. You’re going to want to do this a few hours before the actual deed itself. You don’t want to jerk off and think you’ll immediately be able to have fun in the sack. You’ll have to give your penis time to recuperate. Jerking off a few hours before hopping in the sack will help you prolong the pleasure. Skip the foreplay and get straight to work. The guy should be the one who skips out on foreplay. This can also give the man a chance to pleasure his woman longer. Take your time and enjoy yourself. You’ll both have a good time as a result. The key thing here is to make you last longer. By skipping the oral sex yourself, you’ll be able to do that. If you need a little help getting it up, then have her do that right before penetration.

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Relax – You can always have a drink before sex. Sometimes alcohol can have a prolonging effect. You’re not going to want to drink too much. Have you ever heard of the term whiskey dick? You’ll know what it’s all about once you’ve tried to have sex after drinking too much. You’ll end up with a limp noodle in between your legs. Having a drink or two might help. At the very least, you’ll loosen up a bit and that may make sex better also. Take your time and enjoy sex. Don’t be in a hurry. This is the best advice anyone can give you. It can be easy to get too excited. Don’t allow this to happen to you. Pace yourself and have a good time. Not many women want to be pounded hard like you see in the porn videos. Take it nice and slow and you’ll both enjoy it better. Hurrying or being too excited will only spoil the fun.

You Can’t Hurry Love

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Relax – Slow down. Sex isn’t a race. You’re not trying cross the finish line faster. No one wins a prize for having the fastest sex. Many couples tend to be in a hurry when they have sex. There can be several reasons for this. You may find yourself extremely aroused after not having sex for a long time. It’s also possible that you’re trying to fit sex into your busy schedule. Sometimes you just need to stop and smell the roses. Don’t be in a hurry when you’re having sex. Make sure that you do plenty of talking. Tell your partner what’s turning you on.

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Life Is A Banquet – Take time out to touch and taste each other. You should plan your sex in advance. This will give you plenty of extra time to enjoy. Spontaneous sex seems like it’s the best kind at first. The best sex you’ll ever have is sex that you planned in advance. That means you can get all the stuff ready for a good time. Just think of all the fun you can have in the sack if you’re not in a hurry. You can have a glass of wine or some fun finger food. What about foreplay? You can even do that too. There are times when quickies are more appropriate. No sex life is complete without the occasional quickie. You don’t want them to be a part of your routine. Sex is best when it’s unhurried. When you can take your time and simply enjoy the act.

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Enjoy One Another – You can’t undervalue quality time spent together. Sex isn’t always about getting your rocks off. Sex strengthens your relationship like nothing else can. Your life will always be improved when the bond you share with your partner is strengthened. The person you’re in the sack with isn’t just a fuck buddy. They should be your life partner. The person becomes just that by playing an ever more increasingly important role in your life. This only happens when your bond is strong. This is the true benefit of slowing down your fun in the sack.