As humans, the relationships we form with other people are vital to our mental and emotional wellbeing, and really, our survival.
Our mental health and physical health are tied up in the quality of our personal relationship.
There are basically three types of intimate relationship that shape our personal life-
1. Close friends
2. Romantic partner
However, the success of any of these, depend on what we as people are prepared to invest in them.
The key ingredients of any successful relationship are depend on willingness to trust in each other, to communicate effectively, to be able to apologise when we make mistakes and take responsiblity for own behaviour, to maintain a sense of humour and humility and above all to give each other and the relationship time by being actively involved and sharing a significant part of our lives together.
A positive relationship can be shared between a couple who love, support, encourage and help each other practically [physically and emotionally]. Two people in healthy relationship end to:
1. Listen to each other
2. Communication each other openly and without any judgment
3. To give trust and respect each other
4. To give consistently time each other
5. Remember detail about each other's lives
6. Engage in healthy activities together
All above are important in our healthy life, but except that sex also most important part of our healthy life-style. There is various studies show that romantic relationship gives positive effect on your health.
One of the factors is intimacy need in your healthy life style. Regardless of intimacy, your relationship will slowly wither and die without it. This is where it gets tricky, because your relationship actually needs both type of intimacy. Such as
1. Physical intimacy
2. Emotional intimacy
You cannot create physical intimacy without the emotional intimacy, also nor can you complete emotional intimacy without the physical aspect as well. This is where many couples find their relationship in trouble. Human being requires intimacy. This is why physical affection- such as hand-holding, cuddling, hugs and kisses are important to your relationship.
Physical intimacy should be fun, romance, so why is it so difficult in your relationship? If you are seeking sex advice on how to spice up your sex life or fix a particular problem between the sheets, you are not alone. While it is estimated that nearly 100% of men orgasm routinely through intercourse, most women simply do not. Nowadays most common problem that how to achieve low sex drive, disagreements about sexual regularity, and sheer exhaustion.
Here are given some common advice related to sexual problem.
1. When you feel like boredom in bedroom
Bored in the bedroom? That’s not excuse for giving up on your sex life. If you able to find that you are too sexually complacent with your partner, mix it up!
How to fox it: Does act out fantasies, being sexual indulged in activities and focus on different moods of pleasure spending different romantic nights. The more you break out of your routine, the more excited you will be about being intimate with your partner.
2. When you are unable to achieve orgasm
One of the large problems with physical intimacy comes when one person cannot achieve orgasm during sex. Nowadays most of men’s are suffering from erectile dysfunction problems. This is main reason that both partners are not achieving orgasm during sex. Sexual [erectile] dysfunction is known as impotence, can be troubling, even devastating, to a man.
How to fix it: if you are having trouble climaxing, be honest about it with your partner and whatever you do, don't 'fake it' just to make your partner feel better. Nowadays men's problem [erectile dysfunction] is not a common but many treatments available for cure this problem. You should see your physician immediatley.they will be able to come up with a solution to your problem. Engage in foreplay. Take your time and don't be afraid to instruct your partner.
One problem with physical intimacy? Some partner simply is not being able to stimulate the way they need in order to get exited during sex.
How to fix it: many couples get so excited about jumping into bed that that go from 0 to 60 in two seconds flat that forgets. This leaves little time for make mental build-up that makes sex so excited. Act foreplay with romance. That makes you and your partner more exiting. In order to have great sex, you need to create some stimulation.
Romantic relationship are dynamic interaction and there are lot of change and are intensely complex.
Some little things that can improve healthy relationship
Take a moment to reflect on what is important personal relationship in your life at the moment.
Think how you can get involved, become more engaged, and take a leadership role in these groups.
Seek to understand before trying to be understood
Be Inquisitive about your partner's perspective
To keep healthier behaviour
reduce your psychological stress
Research recommends that having a healthy social and individual relationship has a greater effect on staying away from early death than taking blood pressure prescription or being presented to air contamination. Even one study suggests that lack of personal and social relationship has the same effect on the health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
Everyone is unique and has their own need and desire happy life when they come to relationship, handling stress and living a healthy, meaningful life. If you really enjoy your great and happy prosperous life, so attempting to make a couple close relationships could mean noticeable benefits to your mental and physical health.
Last, some positive well-being series
1. The central role of purpose in a healthy outlook life
2. The important self-compassion and self-acceptance
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