EDITORIAL

6 Reasons Why Sex is so Important in a Relationship

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SEX IMPORTANCE

1. PASSION, PASSION, PASSION
The best relationship you can have is with someone who’s your best friend and your lover. If you’re in a relationship that’s become sex-less, you might as well be dating just a friend. Yes, it’s that simple.
Relationships need passion, They need excitement and sexiness. Having sex with your partner keeps the passion alive. It makes the relationship desirable, stimulating, and fun.

2. STRESS-FREE
Having sex helps relieves stress. It releases endorphins and other hormones that make you feel good. When you’re stress free and feel great, you function better.

3. KEEPING THE CONNECTION ALIVE
Sex is something simple you can do to make yourself (and your partner!) very happy. It promotes intimacy, reassurance, and shows you both that you’re wanted and needed. It tells your partner that you can still make time for each other.
Sex a form of communication. It’s a way of assuring your significant other that the love is still there and everything is okay, regardless of how stressful life becomes.

4. SLEEP TIGHT
Sex helps you sleep better. It’s not just the fabulous romp session that makes you sleep like a baby. After sex, a chemical called oxytocin is released, which helps you sleep soundly.

5. IT MAKES YOU HAPPY
People who have sex very often are generally happier than those who don’t. Having sex puts an extra pep in your step. It also boots your self-confidence and gives you a better positive attitude about yourself.

6. KEEPS YOUR PARTNER HAPPY
When men are stressed, sex makes them feel better. It makes them feel wanted and needed. Plain and simple, having sex makes a man feel good about himself. If you’re in a sex-less relationship, your partner isn’t 100% satisfied.
It’s a no-brainier that if he isn’t happy with your sex life, he’s going to start looking for sex from someone else.

Sex is the glue that’s needed in a relationship. It re-connects you and puts you in tune with your partner. Sex keeps your relationship alive. Don’t you agree?

Written By: Carly Spindel

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