So, you and your sweetie have been lovin’ on each other for a while now. That spark turned into a fire, that fire burned down your (downstairs) house, and now…the fire’s starting to die down. The honeymoon phase might be over.
In all seriousness though, if you feel the passion starting to fade, don’t panic. You might be leaving the “Honeymoon Phase” of your relationship, but there’s plenty you can do to make sure your relationship stays not only afloat, but as wet as ever.
Valentine’s day is right around the corner. The season of love is upon us… Especially if you’re part of a couple.
So, lest we forget, let’s go back to some of the most basic tenants of intimacy.
Today in particular—the overall importance of sex within relationships.
There is nothing that can replace a kiss. Just like a note to every chord, kissing is the foundation to any romance.
It’s a momentous moment in adolescence when we finally get over the idea of cooties and come to terms with kissing. And from that point on, for most of us, kissing is a pretty important part of our lives.
So when it comes to long-term relationships, why is it unfortunately one of the first things to go?
Long-term relationships are hard. Through the ups, downs, arguments, and compromises you’ll probably reach a point where you feel disconnected from your partner.
We all want to make love work and prioritize our relationships. But you might need some guidance to help keep things on track.
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by Dean McDermott & Nicky Paris from the new Daddy Issues podcast & they get into all types of sex talk from head pushing, to honeymoon phases, to boredom during sex — pretty much anything we’re willing to do to find our “match.” Plus, Emily answers your questions.
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