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Sexual Intimacy - Is Your Relationship Ready For It?

Sex outside wedlock will always complicate things. It is always better to not having sex with your partner before marriage. But in today's world where love and sex have become harder to distinguish, many feel that sex is a must in their relationships. But do you know that, instead of strengthening a relationship, sex too many times becomes the root of the many problems faced by many relationships? So, when is the right time for sex? What are the signs? Find out here with us!

Sharing the joy of sexual intimacy. Instead of joy, it may bring gloom and sadness instead - sooner than you think - unless you do it right: at the right time and the right condition.
So, you are in a relationship now, with the man you love. And you are thinking about taking the next step to strengthen your relationship: by sharing the joy of sexual intimacy.
But is your relationship ready for that? Instead of strengthening it, premature involvement of sex in a relationship can worsen things that were beautiful. 
Many break-ups and bitterness could be prevented if only both parties were willing to wait until they are really ready for that most intimate form of connection between two people.
Knowing that, then when is the right time for sexual intimacy in a relationship? What are the signs that our relationship is not ready, yet, for sex?
  • Lack of emotional security
  • What is it the motivation behind your plan to have sex with him? You want to make him feel bonded to you? More attached to you?

    If it is, then you must realize that men don't think about sex in the same way that women do. Sex can hardly make a man more attached to you, especially in these days.

    If you push it to him - and later he finds out - most possibly he may feel that you have manipulated him and you will find yourself at the bitter end of bad dumping.

  • Lack of deeper rapport
  • Sex can beautify your relationship, of course. In fact, no intimate relationship between two people can reach its fullest potential to happiness without the involvement of sexual intimacy.

    But, yes, there is a "but" for that, in order for sex to function that way, there is something else that must be present before: LOVE!

    It may sound strange, but it is the hard fact that sex can intensify like as well as dislike between the two people involved, depends on which one presents more dominantly, the like or the dislike.

    If your boyfriend dislikes you in one area, for example, a lousy sex will make him dislike you even  more. But the contrary won't make him like you in that area.

    Yes, even the most terrific sex you can give him will not change him from disliking into liking you. Only the present of love can!

    Surely by giving him that incredible sex you may be able to make him stay around you. But to him you will mean nothing more than a fancy toilet!

  • Lack of deeper knowledge about your partner
  • Do you know him enough? Do you know how he will act or react to certain circumstances? Do you know how he perceive about things that you deem important and valuable?

    Is he a guy that is more than willing to put himself first in other's shoes before saying anything judgmental about him/her? Or is he just a childish guy that love to boast his sexual adventures to every living creatures he finds on the road?

    For your own sake, don't put yourself into jeopardy by having sex with someone you hardly know of.

  • Do you really need that sexual intimacy?
  • Want and need are not the same things. You might want sex as much as him because, regardless of what you have heard before, men and women have the same sex drive.

    But, do you need it? And even if you need it and want to do it, do you want to do it with him? Or is it because he asked/demanded it to you, in the way that makes you feel guilty if you don't fulfill it?

  • Uncomfortable feeling about having that sexual intimacy
  • If you are not feeling comfortable having that intimate contact with your partner, then don't do that. You are a woman, a female. Unlike men, sex makes a woman vulnerable, at least emotionally. Not to mention the other risks that follow such as pregnancy, STD (Sexually Trasmitted disease), etc.

    Sex is a risky businessFeature Articles, for females. It is you as a woman that will be burdened more when things go wrong.


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Excerpt from Sexual Intimacy - Is Your Relationship Ready For It?

The author is a marriage and relationship counselor. He is also the founder of Relationship Advice for All, a place where people can get free, quality advice for their relationship problems.



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