5 things you should not do them if you want a healthy sex life! Sexual life should not be driven by fear, as would be any irresponsible and risky. To have a healthy sex life, fulfilling, supposed to fully enjoy both you and your spouse, intimate moments satisfactory to talk openly about all the problems, fantasies and needs.
Here are five habits that would have to give if you want to improve your sex life.
1. Sex is something “was wrong“
Often, when sex is a bad result (unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted disease, etc.), people say “happened“. Sex would have to “happen” but to be a choice, an option, as a result of decisions, not something that gets out of control.
2. Do you think that if you gave a misfire, you’re a loser
Everyone makes mistakes. Whether you have consumed too much alcohol and forgot to wear a condom or you did not live up to expectations partner can fix everything. It is important to realize what you did wrong and what to do to make things right next time.
3. You assume that you are “healthy” free to do your analysis!
If you had unprotected sex in suspicious circumstances, you do not expect to be any symptoms. And if you do not appear, assume that you’re right. Do your analysis! Most sexually transmitted diseases are asymptomatic or they can be confused with other things. The safest way to find out whether or not you are a carrier of a virus is to do your tests. Also, do not engage in sexual relations with unknown partners without protection, following the principle that “clean” and smells good.
4. Confuse intimacy with unprotected sex
Many people give up protection after several months, weeks and even days because – they say – have reached a high level of privacy and trust feel like sex partner. But this “commitment” can be ominous if one partner is already sick. Some STDs do not occur until several months. Unprotected sex can not be a proof of the intimacy of the couple or monogamy unless both partners have made analyzes and evidence that they are okay. Otherwise the risk is too high.
5. Do not talk about sex
People like to have sex, but do not like to talk about sex. They consider embarrassing discussions about sex and not comfortable. But the beginning of a relationship, it is imperative to talk about protection, STDs and just about any testing that will declare healthy. Although at first glance such discussions “cut appetite“, are vital for sexual health.
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