We’ve had a more open situation, we’ve broken up, we’ve gotten back together, I've experimented with dating women and men.
There isn't one "correct" frequency for sex; we're all so different, and our relationships are all so different. After a few months, we calmed down, and have never gotten back to that place of urgency. — but usually revert back to the same routine after a little bit.
The most important element is whether we're satisfied. When you find something that works for both of you, it's hard to be motivated to commit to something else.""My husband and I waited until we were married to have intercourse (we did other things while we were dating).
We asked 12 women in relationships to give us the low-down on their sex lives — what they love "In the beginning of our relationship, my then-girlfriend and I had sex ALL. We also didn't live together before we were married.
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UPDATE: This post was originally published on April 18, 2014.
Relationship sex can be different than single sex, and having a partner can make us feel safe, scared, sensual, or even (sometimes) a bit bored.Whether you're one month into a casual relationship or 10 years into a committed one, intimacy is fluid and personal.So, we used to fool around almost every time we saw each other. My husband and I are both extremely busy and work opposite schedules.The stress plus the lack of physical time together means that we're really only able to get it on once on the weekend. I did pull out the vibrator the other day, which was nice.I've told my partner that I want to try watching porn together, and he says that he's okay with it, but somehow he seems hesitant, so we haven't tried it.The best thing for us is actually hotel sex, even if it's a 'staycation' — because that seems to be the only way we can truly detach from chores and all of the distractions at home."“Our relationship has had its ups and downs.