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?
Because the truth is, like any relationship, sometimes you just need to let a long-distance relationship go.
Especially at the beginning of a relationship, you don't want to see this behavior. But that's when controlling people often lay their groundwork.
I've always thought that sexual compatibility was just as important as skills in the bedroom.
Some say it's how much sex you're having, whereas some may say quality is more important than quantity.
Taking the time to check in with each other, chat to each other, and being able to express how you're feeling and what you need makes your relationship so much easier.
The truth is, no matter how complicated it is, it's something that you need to get a handle on.