Sex

Knowledge about the sexual needs of couples

The first lesson in learning to have sex properly is to change your attitude. Unfortunately, most couples think that sex or marriage is just “intimacy,” while this thinking causes spouses to not only deprive themselves of the pleasure of other sexual interactions, especially the emotional aspects of it, but if for any reason for either. There are excuses, from a variety of illnesses to perfectly normal conditions such as menstruation, their marital relationship is terminated, and this is especially detrimental to married life in the long run.

Sexual need is one of the topics that not only community mental health professionals have paid less attention to, but also spouses are unaware of its importance. Proper and healthy fulfillment of sexual needs is an important factor in creating intimate, satisfying and lasting relationships; But some couples either do not care about sexual needs or do not know enough about it.

Having a successful and satisfying life depends on satisfying and balancing the mental, spiritual, psychological, physical and sexual needs of human beings. Each of these needs has a special importance and place in life. Sexual need is one of the topics that not only community mental health professionals have paid less attention to, but also spouses are unaware of its importance.

The existence and stability of a “satisfying sexual relationship” is not only a sign of a romantic relationship, but also an important factor in creating an intimate, satisfying and lasting relationship. Sex satisfies an important part of our emotional needs and increases marital satisfaction. In the past, one of the most important reasons for marriage and sexual intercourse was childbearing, and most spouses, after having a number of children, stopped having sex or did not pay much attention to the quality of the relationship; But in today’s world, people’s views on sex and how to use it have changed and the most important motivation for people to have sex is “gaining pleasure”, so it seems obvious that spouses from the beginning of marriage to the quality of this relationship and its importance in Pay special attention to their married life.

The first lesson in learning to have sex properly is to change your attitude. Unfortunately, most couples think that sex or marriage is just “intimacy,” while this thinking causes spouses to not only deprive themselves of the pleasure of other sexual interactions, especially the emotional aspects of it, but if for any reason for either. There are excuses, from a variety of illnesses to perfectly normal conditions such as menstruation, their marital relationship is terminated, and this is especially detrimental to married life in the long run.

When we talk about sex, we mean all kinds of possible interactions between the two parties, which may range from a simple flirtation without the intention of orgasm to sexual behavior with orgasm for one or both parties, or eventually intimacy. Be sexual.

Sex is just one part of a marriage that requires intimacy and intimacy. Spouses who do not care about interactions such as how they talk, listen to each other, understand each other and have a spirit of cooperation and empathy with their spouse, resolving conflicts and disputes, wise financial management, cooperating in caring for children, spending quality time with each other and having physical contact Either they do not have enough information about it or they do not have a proper and constructive interaction in these areas, they can not expect to have a satisfactory sexual relationship. Sex is not just about physical and sexual contact between husband and wife, but the relationship itself requires a lot of preparation that goes beyond the bed.

It is very common for spouses to be reluctant to communicate for reasons such as work-related fatigue, parenting stress, illness, or failure to meet their expectations and needs, and many harms when this withdrawal from physical, verbal, or sexual intimacy lasts. Creates for the family. Injuries that sometimes affect the person and sometimes the lives of the spouses. Neglecting the importance of “being in a relationship” causes us to forget many of the reasons and needs for which we formed our married life, and to realize the damage when its scope has widened and deep and irreparable wounds have been created.

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