It has been said that “Good lovers are made, not born”. Sex is not the most important aspect in your marriage life but it will help the two of you to stay connected and closer. Partners who take time to maintain a healthy sexual relationship do not suffer from depression or other health disorders according to experts. With more responsibilities — whether financial, career or children — it challenges your sexual relationship. Most of the time, troubles with sexual relationship are usually signs of other problems. Make sure to have time for the two of you. Through communication and listening couples come to understand what is being missed. Never be too tired in making and showing love for your partner.
When it comes to talking with our partners about sex, it is never easy. If you want to talk about sexual problems with your partner make sure that they are aware of what you feel and think with what is going on. Do not be afraid to talk about what you like or not. Tell them your expectations, concerns and desires without lying. Remember that your partner maybe surprised with what you are saying. Give both of you the time to respond honestly without rushing. Talking about it is an ongoing process not a one-time big-time shot.