Two of the most important components of a healthy relationship are a great physical and emotional connection. While your sexual relationship with your partner may go through ups and downs, you need to hope that overall you are feeling satisfied.
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Whether you are in a committed relationship or not, you still owe it to yourself to have a sex life that you are comfortable and happy with. Even if your sexual relationship and chemistry started off strong, sometimes over time you may find yourself being less satisfied or needing a change in your overall style.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with that, and you should hope that you have a partner who you can have an open and honest discussion about your sex life with. Unfortunately, many individuals find themselves in relationships where the topic of sexuality is not one that is openly discussed. As a result, you may find yourself in an unhealthy relationship without any of the tools necessary to communicate your needs.
When you are being intimate with someone, one of the questions you should always be asking yourself is, is this a healthy decision? You owe it to your body and your mind to only engage in relationships that increase your overall sense of self worth.
No matter how long your relationship has been going on, always remember that love is not a passive act. Love is something that is active and should come through everything that you share with your partner. Remember to treat yourself with the respect you deserve.
If you are not in a committed relationship, that can be wonderful too. It is then all the more important that you make sure that the relationships you do engage in, however brief, are ones that are healthy. There may be several signs that you need to stop sleeping with your partner. Here are 10 of them.
10 They Are Selfish
9 They Crossed A Boundary
8 You Don't Find Them Attractive
7 You Don't Feel Safe
6 You Aren't Satisfied
5 They're Using You
4 You're Using Them
3 You're Doing It Out Of Obligation
2 They Refuse To Use Protection
1 You Are Cheating On Your Partner
I have been in several relationships, including some that lasted longer than a year. While breakups are never easy, I do not understand cheating. If you know your relationship is over (which it most likely will be when they find out), then why not take the steps to end it without continuing to cheat? You are not being fair to anyone in the situation, and will make your eventual breakup all the harder to take for both parties. That does not even get into the potential health risks that can be associated with sleeping with multiple partners. I understand that sometimes a breakup is hard, and in some situations (such as when a couple is living together), it may seem impossible to imagine doing. It is possible though, and you deserve to be with someone who loves you. Just get out of that relationship before you start sleeping with others.
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