Relationships And How They Effect Your Sex Life
Relationships can be truly wonderful things and they can impact every aspect of your life pretty severely. If you have a happy and supportive relationship, you might be happy every single day. If your relationship is crap, you might be very miserable. Relationships also have a very long term effect on your sex life that doesn't end when the relationship ends. Many things will carry over for the rest of your life if you aren't careful. As long as these things are good, you will be just fine.
Your sex life is formed in part by your relationships. This means that from your first relationships you will begin to find out your certain preferences in the bedroom. With each relationship thereafter, you will have the opportunity to try out new things and decide 100% what you love and what you hate in the bedroom. This could cover anything imaginable so we won't get into specifics. Unfortunately, not all relationships are perfect. This causes many women to become sexually repressed for a very long time if not forever. All it takes is an abusive jerk who is mean in the bedroom.
Bad relationships can devastate your sex life and you might not ever fully recover. If you've ever seen one of those women who just looks terrified all day long, you know what I mean. Odds are those women have been abused mentally, physically, and even sexually while in some sort of dysfunctional relationship. This isn't always a mans fault though. Plenty of women can do the same things to men.
The best kind of relationship is one that is open to new ideas but still fully loyal. This means if you ask your partner to try something new, they might say yes or at least you can talk it over. Many relationships will become strained if this subject comes up, especially those relationships that aren't doing so well. It all depends on how much you and your partner trust each other and can communicate with each other. A healthy relationship should improve your sex life and you should always try to do something exciting once in a while.