Q7, Do you and your partner connect intimately?
A lot of couples would argue that sex isn’t a big issue in their relationship. This all depends on your own opinion.
Personally, I think it’s a massive issue that both sides should feel full-filled in every aspect of it.
A lot of people have grown up with the influence of their parents telling them that sex is dirty or rude and should only happen in the bedroom with the lights off. …mmm no!.Forget what everyone else has made you believe and decide for yourself what it is that YOU like and YOU want.
If you and your partner have great communication within your relationship, then tell each other your wants and desires. This could completely turn around your life and bring you and your partner so much closer together. Never feel like you have to have sex with somebody to keep them, that’s so wrong!
Communication is the key! And if they are not willing to listen, then they are not worth it.
The key to a successful and loving relationship is complete honesty, respect and communication. These three things are vital to keeping the journey of your relationship a happy and full-filling one and it will also make a relationship a pleasure and not a chore.
A lot of people are trapped in relationships that they are completely unhappy with and exist in denial. The problem truly lies within the foundations of the relationship. I hold my hands up and agree I have been guilty of this in the past myself.
I know also that a lot of you who aren’t happy can’t see a way out and fear that leaving the relationship will mean “going it alone”. YES, it is scary to leave a relationship that you are not happy in and YES it is tough to do so…. BUT, this is only a short process you will go through. This then builds strength into your character and makes you become a stronger person. It also leaves you with the strength that you know you will never tolerate the same treatment in any future relationship you have.
If you are in a controlling or violent relationship, then these are often the hardest to leave and it’s up to yourself to gain the strength to leave that person. It also means letting go of the denial and excuse making that you have told yourself over and over again. I know myself how lonely it can be to be suffering from domestic violence and this is why I write so much on this subject. Not only will it help other people, but it will also help me face the truth of what I went through and finally put it all behind me.
Life is no dress rehearsal and we are only here once. We can’t come back for another shot. Do yourself a favour and ask yourself,…… what is it that I really want?.
I hope these 7 questions really help you on your journey,