Some people are happy to see how things go, while others really want to know if there's a future in something.
But we really shouldn't worry because how often you have sex depends on you and your relationship.
But not everyone agrees, and some experts think that the occasional little white lie — in the right place and done for the right reason — can actually make your relationship run along more smoothly.
If so, you're not alone — but new research shows that the result of endless scrolling might not be as straightforward as you would think.
Whether you like to be in control or take more of a backseat, these positions have you covered. You can mix them up however you please.
It's easy to do, because not speaking up — or even telling the occasional little white lie — can seem innocent and it often comes from an innocent place.
If you can learn to identify the signs of emotionally immaturity in a relationship, you'll be more aware of your behavior and can figure out the best way to correct it in the future.
When it comes to how much sex you "should" be having, it really comes down to what you want and need as a couple — especially when it comes to a long-term relationship.
Part of the problem comes from mismatched sex drives, when one of you wants more than the other.
But once you feel ready and sure that you're not just doing something reactionary out of fear, how should you get back into it?