Thinking you don’t have time for great sex is a common misconception among people who are coupled up. Getting caught up in day-to-day routines of work, working out, having a social life and taking care of kids or dogs seems to take up more hours than there are in a day as it is. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have time for sex, it just means you aren’t making time for it. Sure, a marathon evening of hours-long sex is not something we’d ever complain about (who would?!) but if you’re constantly waiting for the “perfect” time to have sex, you may be waiting a really long time. This post from Engaged Marriages makes a case for the benefits of making time for sex even on the busiest of days, even fi that means learning how to have better sex in a shorter amount of time. The post offers a few tips for fitting in a healthy love life, like making it a priority to improve intimacy and relying on the moves that you already know will be most satisfying for you and your partner if you don’t have much time for experimentation.
Read the full article here: No Time For Sex? How Much Time Does it Really Take Anyway?!