It's a question that has plagued so many couples who have gone from not being able to keep their hands off each other to eventually slowing down into a full-blown sex rut.
We all know that getting a good night of sleep is necessary for health, happiness, and just general functioning — but so many things get in the way.
I've said it before, but now I've got a full article to explain why shower sex is up there with raisins pretending to be chocolate chips in my list of terrible, terrible deceits.
It's not that I don't think you can love someone in an amazing, life-changing way and be with them for your entire life, although I think that's tough. I just don't buy the whole one person for everyone thing.
A lot of people really value being in a relationship. But like anything, it's about balance, and while prioritizing a relationship is totally cool, you can put too much importance on it.
If you've ever felt like you've lost friends because of a boyfriend or girlfriend, you're not alone. Not even close.
No matter how independent you want to be, or are, we can all struggle with being alone sometimes.
Yes, for a lot of us it's a natural endpoint and, well, climax, but it isn't for everyone. And it certainly doesn't have to be.
But early in a relationship, once you get through a couple of awkward rounds, sex can play a big role in building intimacy and even falling in love.
But as many heterosexual couples view penetrative sex as the ultimate act, after foreplay and the rest, there can be a lot of pressure to get off during that type of sex. So what can you do?