Too much sex in a relationship
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Is too much sex possible
If you both feel like you can't keep your hands to yourself, then it's safe to assume that the amount of sex you're having is probably right where it needs to be for now. For instance, if you're at an art gallery, and you're the couple in the corner making out instead of appreciating the paintings , it could signify a dependency issue. Some couples have sex multiple times a day, while others are totally content with getting it on two to three times per week. And, of course, your significant other holds a heavy weight. Some couples are more PDA focused than others, but if you consistently find yourself groping your partner in public, not fully being aware of your surroundings, it could mean that sexual energy is just too damn high, says Queen. Well, good news folks. So, if you're not addressing the problem through communication, before having sex, it could indicate dependency, says Ana Aluisy , couples therapist in Tampa, FL, to Bustle. However, when you're in the honeymoon phase and a relationship is still fresh, chances are you're probably going to be having way more sex than you might expect later on down the line. Usually though relationships can differ , a solid, intimate relationship requires both the physical and emotional aspect, where you can bond between the sheets but also through healthy dialogue and activity non-sexual , here. If these aren't present in your relationship, it's likely not deep enough," says Pathak. According to Susan Trombetti, matchmaker and CEO of Exclusive Matchmaking , there isn't a specific amount that's right for everyone, but the amount should feel like "a lot" to you. If you're only happy when you're having sex, it could mean the relationship won't be sustainable or grow, long-term. If your borderline obsession with banging your new bae has you wondering if everything you're feeling is normal, the answer is probably yes. If it's more apathetic, it could mean that the relationship is too dependent on sex and is missing the emotional part. If you're only seeing each other late at night for sex and refuse to get to know each other's friends and family, it could mean that you're not looking at the relationship from an emotional, long-term standpoint, and it's too heavily revolved around sexual chemistry, says Aluisy.
If there's too much sex, there's probably not a whole lot of time for the other stuff, which is where relationship compatibility really comes into play.
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