Let's be real: At a certain point in many relationships, the daily sex drops off. So are you having enough sex in your long-term relationship? That depends, says Laurie Watson , a licensed couple's therapist and certified sex therapist and author of Wanting Sex Again. One thing is for sure: Most couples can't maintain the breakneck sex pace that often happens in the beginning of a relationship , and that is totally OK. It's to be expected, and it's even a good thing — it means that we are going back to ourselves, spending more time with friends, and doing all of the things that are harder to do in the first whirlwind six-or-so months of a new love.
My Husband and I Had Sex Every Day for a Year — Here's How We're Doing Now
Three years ago I had sex every single day, for one whole year. To answer the most popular questions I've been asked since: No, it was not with men. It was with one, my husband. Yes, even while I was on my period.
How Often to Have Sex to Get Pregnant
Aside from getting your rocks off, here are five great reasons you should be trying to have sex regularly:. It improves mental health. It improves your physical well-being. Prolonged sessions of sexual intercourse help condition our cardiovascular system and strengthen muscles in our hips, backs, legs, and core.
There are only a few things I can do on my darkest days to make them seem a tad brighter; this small list includes things like crying for a solid hour on the phone with my mom, eating Chipotle and having sex. Did that just get way personal? Oh well, it's the truth. Venting to my mother, diving into a mildly spicy burrito bowl from my favorite chain and getting my freak on are just a few of the sure-fire ways I'm able to bounce back from a funk.