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Love is not about sex, going on fancy dates, or showing off. It’s about being with a person who makes you happy in a way nobody else can, Anonymous.

Why do you say love when you mean sex? Sex is important, we all know that. We are sexual beings and we all crave for intimacy in our relationships. However, its importance will decline over the years.

A relationship based on physical appearance, socioeconomic status, wealth, sex, etc. is like a man who builds his house on sand. When the rain floods come (disease, redundancy at work, aging, etc.) and the winds beat against the house, it will collapse into rubble.


A house built on rock has its foundations firmly rooted in love, dialogue, forgiveness, patience, and understanding. Storms and hurricanes will come, but the house will not collapse.

Some tips for a healthy sexual life are:

If you are a woman, you should consider that men are promiscuous by nature. However, women who make a much greater investment in reproduction and childcare are designed to find the best mate to bear offspring with, to be more choosy. Therefore, before you get into a sexual situation that will be very difficult to control and reverse, take a deep breath, and think: is that what you really want? Is the relationship mature enough? Is everything under control? How will you practice safe sex?


If your answer is that you’re not ready, tell him firmly and assertively. If you do not want to have sex before marriage, make your decision known up front. If he/she does not respect your decision, move on, you should end your relationship, as hard as it might be.

When boredom and fatigue are present in a long-term and stable relationship consider these ideas:


The rule of thumb is this: talk openly and honestly to your partner about sex, discuss your likes and dislikes, your feelings, needs, and limits, and find out what might work best for you and your partner.

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