Humans naturally are goal-oriented. We have this achievement-oriented culture which tend to make us have a belief that sex does not really count unless you both plan on achieving orgasms.
RELATIONSHIP AND SEX (Part 4) – by Joshua Kojo
That’s a very narrow way of thinking. Sex is not limited to when you have to orgasms alone. kissing, touching, and caressing are also sex.
Healthy sexual relationship is that type of relationship where both parties feel safe to express and not feel shy to explore their sexuality together especially when they feel like.
When you feel emotionally safe with your partner, it prevent a real sexual connection with both partners.
Sleeping without clothes on and holding each others hand can be one of the most awesome moment you spend together with your partner.
The true of the matter is, after spending a long term relationship together, there is a likelihood of you both struggle about sex at some point.
Never compare yourselves with someone else’s marriage thinking they are doing better than you are. That’s very dangerous! The best you have to do is to discuss and free up yourselves in the relationship to talk openly about it with acceptation
The more accept who you are and how both of you relate to each other, the more you have joy and fulfillment in all areas of your relationship.
“Couplehood is not just a time get be with your partner of spend spend some good time together, as good as that is, the question is to discover more creative ways to grow toward each other as you also preserve your emotions that you are aware of”