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Does Playful Sex Work Better In The Beginning Of Relationships Or Later On
It depends: If you and your partner are both in a playful mood, sex can be very playful. Early in a relationship when responsibilities have not built up opportunities for play may be more plentiful. But maintaining a capacity for play is a valuable trait in many happy relationships. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Important for most: Although many people do this regularly, sex is not a requirement for life but a very important part of a healthy relationship. Unfortunately for some, either due to illness/age/religion, or life circumstances prevent such pleasure for many many years. So, if you don't feel up to it, then you shouldn't...You are only 20, the real opportunities will come...Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Studies of sexual satisfaction suggest that sex is not the magical ingredient that automatically makes a relationship fulfilling. The most gratifying sex seems to depend on each partner having his/her needs met by a partner who understands/respects one's sexual desires, valuing one's partner and being devoted to the relationship, and enjoying being with each other, both sexually and non-sexually. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mutuality: Successful relationships are mutually beneficial and satisfying, and it helps if both sides invest equally in the relationship. But, be cautioned that it does not usually work well for the members of the relationship to keep score and lodge complaints against each other for not contributing a fair share. Relationships flow better with a great deal of generosity and thoughtfulness from both sides. ...Read more
Some take work and: Some don't, largely based on the degree of positive emotional chemistry present or absent. Relationships become work as the degree of positve chemistry decreases. However, even a strong relationship with lots of good chemistry should never be taken for granted but regularly nurtured.Trying to force a relationship into a desired structure is even harder work. Relationships can't be structured. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Look at yourself: You can best improve your relationships with others by improving the relationship you have with yourself. For instance, if you're critical and judgmental towards yourself, you'll act this way with others too. Such behavior isn't likely develop trust and closeness with others! personal psychotherapy can be a big help in your own growth, allowing you to be a more loving person in relationships too. ...Read more
Hard lessions: The most difficult and important lession that i had to learn is that relationships are more important than being right. Everybody asks the question you've framed, and spends decades making mistakes -- and if you're clever, learning. Try to figure out what people want and give it to them. Nobody owes you love. Expect ingratitude. Let others know you've recognized the things they're rightly proud of. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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