Too much sex?
iowagent1956: Depends on how you express said wanting. If with a willing, consenting partner then hell no!
iowagent1956: Yes, definitely. And such incompatibility is difficult, although not impossible to overcome. It requires both to stretch their thinking, approach the issue with open minds, while respecting their partner's needs and views. If one or both refuse to step out of their box, the relationship will be in jeopardy. Unfortunately, more often than not this appears to be the case.
angelbabywings70: In your opinion, if one person desires sexual contact far less often, say once a week, than their partner, does that usually indicate a lack of sexual interest or physical desire for his/ her partner?
iowagent1956: Not necessarily. There are a multitude of reasons why one partner's physical desire may be less than the other. Health is a big issue. Health problems can certainly reduce libido or cause ED. Psychological issues. Does one partner have a history of sexual abuse or rape? Or perhaps one has been conditioned to view sex as a necessary evil required to procreate. Problems within the relationship, anger, pent up resentment, guaranteed mood busters. Then there are those who simply don't care all that much for intimacy.
There is no easy answer. Couples counseling may help.
Toots II: I think that two people in love can become sexually incompatible as they evolve as people.
The giant midget: If done right
1.F***ing once a week is good for your health, but it's harmful if done every day.
2. F***ing relaxes your mind and body.
3. F***ing refreshes you.
4. After F***ing, don't eat too much; go for more liquids.
5. Try F***ing in bed 'cause it can save you valuable energy.
6. F***ing can even reduce your cholesterol levels.
SO, REMEMBER ..
Fasting is good for your health
(Edited by The giant midget)
Motati: "Try F***ing in bed 'cause it can save you valuable energy" I take it it's fasting. How do you save valuable energy?
irondominator: "In your opinion, if one person desires sexual contact far less often, say once a week, than their partner, does that usually indicate a lack of sexual interest or physical desire for his/ her partner?"
Having a strong sexual appetite usually means that a person is very healthy and fit. I think sex is the most important part of a relationship. It's how we express our appreciation for our partners body and if the sex was just okay in the beginning, it will not last the test of time. Without that strong sexual excitement and appreciation for each others body, people lose the desire to stay in shape and their libido fades as a result; kind of sad really.
Motati: Yes sex is important in a relationship. Having it as often as possible is great as long as it's not treated as a chore, with a schedule and checklist, ticking number of times that you had sex.
irondominator: If it's treated as a chore, then it is not good sex. When two people are crazy about each others body, it can never be a chore. An erection is always the deciding vote for when to have sex.
SeventhWatcher: For me, lack of sexual interest is caused by a lack of sexual attraction. If I'm not physically attracted even if there is an emotional connection? Then I'm not going to want sex
Motati: Interesting SeventhWatcher, and sexual/physical attraction without emotional connection is it not nothing but lust.
Motati: For a relationship you need more than that. You however don't need an emotional connection for a one night stand.
SeventhWatcher: I prefer a relationship with lust and emotions. It's frustrating to have all of one and none of the other
The giant midget: It's seems that to much emotional and political correctness has even reached the one night stand or even the quick blowjob in the parking Lot of the local Pub / tavern / legion hall