For most people, sex is an important part of a relationship. It is something that is often gradually worked up to. However, it is still there nonetheless. Sexual desire is a paramount part of falling in love. Sex is a way of expressing our love for someone else. In the past, sex had been a sacred part of any relationship. It was not something that was casual or occurred freely. In our society today, sex is no longer sacred and special. People just freely have sex and there is no love or feelings involved at all. It is just a physical act. But there are exceptions!
For many people a decision to add sex into their relationship is one that is carefully contemplated. Both people have strong feelings for each other. They want to take their relationship to the next level. They have that desire to show each other how much they mean to the other person. They have a bond that is continuously growing stronger and becoming more solidified.
Some people still believe in the sanctity of sex and what it means. They make a decision not to have sex before they are married. Some people ridicule those that make a decision to wait to have sex. They make fun of them and tell them how wrong they are. However, look at it this way.
The act of a sexual relationship is one that can be full of love and meaning. It can be a very special time between two people. However, this is only possible if it is done at the right time. If you are simply having sex without any relationship involvement, there are no feelings. It is just sex. This act does not have any meaning. It is a pointless act. There is no satisfaction in the act.
If you are in a committed relationship with another person, you will know when the time is right to take your relationship to that next level. It will be a decision that both of you make. You cannot move forward in a relationship without the consent and approval of both parties.
Oftentimes, if the relationship is very open, there will be communication and discussion about where the relationship is headed. There is a mutual understanding and agreement. In most cases, both people in the relationship will be able to have an open discussion regarding sex. They will be open to discussing what they want from their relationship and when they are both ready for it.
It is easy to talk to your partner about anything and everything when you are in a happy relationship and one that is good. You have nothing to hide and no reason to keep anything from them. You feel completely comfortable with them no matter what the situation is.
At some point in any successful relationship, sex will be introduced. It is a fact of life. If you are with someone and in a relationship, sex will come about. There are very few relationships that do not involve sex at some point during the course of them. The only difference is when sex is added into the mix. For some people it is something that will happen earlier on in the relationship. For others, it will be something that is special and is saved for just the right time, in most cases, after marriage.
For me, personally, the right time for sex is when both feel top ready before any frustration may start to detonate. Thus, no religious or moral concerns here. But that’s me.
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