Bad sex in a relationship
A sex therapist explains how to deal with sexual incompatibility. Your new guy is just about perfect. He takes you on fun dates. He makes you laugh. Your friends like him.
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Some relationships can have almost everything going for them — mutual attraction, good communication, well-matched personalities — but somehow still manage to be duds in the bedroom. How well partners are matched sexually relies on a various factors and those can change constantly for no real reason. Some mismatches are easier to address than others but, for couples who are having issues clicking carnally, the professional consensus is that there is almost always hope. Here are the factors to remember. No One Is Bad At Sex First things first, ask just about any sex therapist and they will tell you that there is no such thing as being bad at sex. It may seem like a trivial matter but libido differences can have a big impact. One of the best ways to combat this issue is through compromise, says Mark.
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You might feel more like roommates than lovers, more like a parent than a partner. You might cringe when your partner touches you or postpone going to bed because you can't stand having "that fight about sex" one more time. You might feel used sexually by your spouse, or you might feel like your partner rejects you sexually.
Whether you're involved in a summer fling, a FWB arrangement, or something a bit more long-term and stable, you've probably figured out that good relationships are made even better by good sex. On the flip side, even the best relationships can be completely derailed when one or both partners are bad in bed. But how do you know when bad sex is a relationship dealbreaker? Even though there are ways to sustain a relationship when you're crazy for your partner, but not so crazy about the sex , not every sexual relationship has a happy ending If you are utterly disappointed with the sex that happens between you and your partner, you're definitely not alone a survey by Cosmopolitan says that up to 30 percent of women are completely unsatisfied with their sex lives , and only 25 percent are happy with the way things are going in the sack.