If your partner thinks you're cheating — even if you're not— they may not address it in the most constructive or mature of ways.
Whether you're in a long-term relationship or looking for a spring break fling, it's a fun and silly season where you should be able to start moving outside of your comfort zone again.
Whether you're single, in a long-term relationship, or just curious, there are so many apps out there to help.
So for some people it may cause anxiety in the bedroom, for some it may mean you don't even want to have sex at all, and for some it can mean an inability to focus.
It's nothing to be ashamed of — there's no "normal" sex drive to have and there's nothing wrong with wanting or not wanting sex on any given day.
But no matter what your experience level, if you find that you're either not enjoying a position your partner loves or finding it uncomfortable, there's a chance you may need to rethink how you're doing it.
But it's important to understand how money — including how much you both make — can affect your relationship.
So whether it's coming from your relationship, from your partner, or just from the outside world, it's clear that relationship stress can take a massive toll.
But for a lot of people, the worst case scenario is your partner not getting along with your family.
The good news is that there are so many different ways to tweak and adjust the position in order to get what you need.