It might be easy to say, retrospectively, that you always knew something would be a fling or you always knew you would end up with a partner for the long haul, but that might not be the case.
Ideally, you had a long chat with your partner about expectations before you ever moved in with them, so you knew what would happen if you broke up, but that's not always the case.
You might make a lot of sarcastic comments, be snarky, give the silent treatment, but the core issue is the same: You have a problem that you're not confronting directly and you’re letting it bubble up in other, unhealthy ways.
You know that sleeping with a teacher is a common fantasy and, well, a classic porn storyline. But how much does it happen in reality?
But you should talk about it with your partner, you might even discover something new.
Intimacy and desire is a hard thing to get back, so your best bet is to try not to lose it in the first place. But how on earth do you that?
I'm cautious when I get into relationship, but I have friends who are sure they've met "The One" within months, and when it turns out they're wrong, it's not pretty.
It doesn't surprise me, because lots of my female friends have talked about orgasming in their sleep. It might just be a particularly strong sex dream that they remember it or they'll wake up with physical proof that they've had …
The most important thing with any position, especially if you're in pain, is to move in and out of it slowly and try to make sure you find something that works for both of you.
If you have a bad feeling, behaviors that point to something being off in your relationship, but nothing too concrete? Well, you need to tread carefully.