Why Sex Is Really Important In A Relationship?
Originally published at lmt-lss.com on September 19, 2015.
Sometimes, loving your partner isn’t enough. You need to understand and learn the desires of your partner to have a thriving and lasting relationship.
The longevity of a relationship doesn’t entirely depend on the love you have for each. Like any other relationship, it is built around trust, hard work, compromise, and most importantly, intimacy. Attraction and sexual chemistry are the key elements for a healthy relationship and a good sex life. Sometimes, loving your partner isn’t enough. You need to understand and learn the desires of your partner to have a thriving and lasting relationship. Here’s how being sexually intimate with your partner contributes to a lasting relationship.
Connects you — Emotionally, Physically, and Mentally
This is one of the most obvious reasons why sex is important in a relationship. Sure, loving your partner and being attracted to them helps strengthen the bond. What connects you emotionally, physically, and mentally is an intimate relationship.
Possibly the greatest way to beat stress is to have a little ‘sexy time’ with your partner. Sex works as an incredible distraction from your worries and blesses you with loud Os as well. Experts say, people who have sex regularly respond to stress better.
Keep Things Hot
Be spontaneous in your sexual adventures with your partner. Throw in random sexy times and surprise your partner with his favourite move. The spontaneity keeps the spark alive in your relationship.
The more sex you have, the more you’ll want to have sex. Sexual attraction towards your partner increases and you won’t be able to keep your hands off of each other.
Would you stop yourself from having fun? When you’re intimate with the right person, every second you are with your partner is perfect. A relationship is meant to make you happier, so why not add fun to the equation?
Boredom is inevitable in every relationship. When you spend every waking moment with your partner, the boredom kicks in. Spice up your relationship with sex or even a little bit of foreplay. Try those new moves a magazine recommended.
Experimenting helps you relate to your partner, understand the likes and dislikes. Indulge in role-playing once in a while. Break out of your comfort zone and try new things. If you feel like experimenting, express those feelings to your partner.
Get To Know Each Other Better
A relationship is about understanding and knowing everything about your partner. Sex helps your partner learn how to pleasure you and vice versa. The more you have sex, the more your partner knows how to make you happy in bed.
Keeps You Healthy
Having sex with your partner is equivalent to running on the thread mill. Call it a cardio workout, sex helps strengthen your muscles, helps with bladder control, and also burns calories. Why exercise when you can do something as fun as sex?