Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Married Couples Confessed The Truth About Their Sex Lives…

Despite what movies portray, not everyone is having hot, steamy, out this world sex. This intimate and sensuous act is meant to bring joy to couples. Yet, so many men and women do not always agree how often, long, and what type of sexual activity will satisfy both of them.

Telling a partner that there is no spark or admitting that they cannot climax during the act can bring up a lot of hurt feelings not to mention egos. The reality is that not every man is ravenous for sex all the time and not all women are satisfied with the missionary position.

It may be good news to know you are not alone. Couples everywhere struggle to find the perfect balance where both are satisfied with sex and how frequent it’s done. Therapists suggest using blame, accusations, and anger will not solve the situation. Like anything else in a successful relationship, sex is an ongoing discussion and practice among happy people. Here are sex confessions from frustrated couples.

#1. Not everyone is in sync with their partner's sexual needs.

Recognizing each other's needs is an important step but it does not end there.

Not everyone is in sync with their partner's sexual needs.

#2. Men wrongly assume women look at sex like a chore or a duty.

Women are just as sexual as men. Being creative in the bedroom is also part of the process. As long as it's consensual and safe, you should be having fun.

Men wrongly assume women look at sex like a chore or a duty.

#3. Worried about satisfying yourself first and foremost will only make your partner resent you.

This is where asking questions as to what your lover likes and wants will help. It's not just asking though, follow through and do what your partner is asking for in between the sheets.

Worried about satisfying yourself first and foremost will only make your partner resent you.

#4. Buying a sex toy should be something you both enjoy and approve of.

Substituting your partner with a gadget will only bring about hurt feelings. Nonetheless, recognizing that someone is going out to buy one should also be an alarm that the spouse is not having his needs met.

Buying a sex toy should be something you both enjoy and approve of.

#5. Everyone wants to feel wanted, desired.

Keep in mind men and women get turned on differently. Even the time of day both prefer varies among the sexes.

Everyone wants to feel wanted, desired.

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