April 4, 2008

Sex, is it really that important?

And the answer to that question is, absolutely!! I know people that have been in relationships for years. Some of them say they can take it or leave it. I have to disagree. I believe that if you have a strong sexual relationship, everything else can fall into place. There are heated moments that you get into with your significant other. These include arguing, yelling, throwing shoes, name calling, passing the buck, playing the blame game..whatever. Now, lets defuse that situation and add a little one on one time, VOILA!! What you were just arguing about a few minutes ago was suddenly replaced by euphoria and the ultimate climax. Heck, you dont even remember what you were fighting about. The stresses of everyday life can be a bit overwhelming at time. Things don't go as they should and people make you mad. You then come home and take it out on the ones you love. It isnt intentional, it just happens. Next time, try just going straight for the sex. Bypass the small talk and lead your man into the bedroom. What a wonderful way to relieve stress. If a man doesn't do it for you right off the bat, show him what you want. The same goes for the men. We are two different species who are never on the same page at the same time. You have to communicate both outside and inside the bedroom. The connection that you have with that special someone can only be enhanced when you become one with each other. Lets face it, you are never more vulnerable than when you're naked. Giving yourself mind, body, and soul to someone is an awesome gift and it should never be pushed to the side no matter how long you've been together. The conclusion, sex IS very important. We don't need it to survive but it sure does make survival on this planet a much nicer experience. Do you agree? If you've been married for multiple years, think back to the beginning. There, wasnt that a wonderful bunch of memories? Find the time and stop making excuses. It could be one of the most rewarding necessities that you do (for yourself and your partner) in your every day life.

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5 comments:

Chris said...

I so totally agree w/you ! Sex is more important than most people believe. I'll tell you a secret.....(I am single btw), but when I go on a first date, the first thing that crosses my mind is: Can I have sex w/this guy?. If its NO, then, well, thats it for him! heeheehee Have a great weekend.

No Nonsense Girl said...

Well it IS important but not vital. I've been single for a while, like Chris, when I meet someone (date-wise) I also wonder if I can have sex with them and if it's no, then goodbye.

TorAa said...

If I do agree?
Yes.
Why does a woman have her "monthly"?
Why does men produce several millions sperm cells every day?
To mechanically reproduce? May be some does.
Then it's better to give, thus also receive, the most thrilling of life.

TeaMouse said...

It is definitely important if you want a healthy happy long relationship.

Today a lot of couples put more focus on their kids and less on 'their' relationship. I see people all the time saying they just aren't 'in' to sex and I just want to smack them when they say their other half is fine with it. I say get the kids into their own bed because if mom and dad aren't happy it will eventually cause problems.

I'm surprised today how many people have 'family' beds and eventually the couples grow apart because their is no intimacy left. They run from practice to practice, meal times are something chugged down in the minivan etc.

TeaMouse said...

It is definitely important if you want a healthy happy long relationship.

Today a lot of couples put more focus on their kids and less on 'their' relationship. I see people all the time saying they just aren't 'in' to sex and I just want to smack them when they say their other half is fine with it. I say get the kids into their own bed because if mom and dad aren't happy it will eventually cause problems.

I'm surprised today how many people have 'family' beds and eventually the couples grow apart because their is no intimacy left. They run from practice to practice, meal times are something chugged down in the minivan etc.