Family psychologist Holly Brown, in an article for She Knows, told what behavior in bed is not normal. The specialist claims that there are seven signs that everything is not going smoothly in your sexuality.
For example, the feeling of guilt in bed is completely unacceptable. Neither partner should consider himself inferior if he does not want to have sex as often as the other. The psychotherapist encourages you to more openly discuss your own desires with a loved one.
Multiple orgasms, according to the psychotherapist, are also not always the case. Therefore, you should not demand this from your partner, it is better to focus on the process, and not on the result.
Power imbalances are another common problem in sexual relationships. The expert emphasizes that partners should always negotiate the boundaries of what is permitted. If one person does not want something, the other should not put pressure on him.
One of the most delicate problems is erection difficulties in men. Holly Brown is convinced that if this happens infrequently, for example, after taking a certain dose of alcohol, then there is no cause for concern. In all other cases, it is better to see a doctor.
Women often experience pain during intercourse. If such sensations become your constant companion, it's time to go to an appointment with a therapist or gynecologist. The psychotherapist considers it absolutely normal if a woman does not always get an orgasm during intercourse. Most of the fair sex needs additional stimulation for this - and it is better to talk about this frankly with your partner.
It happens that both partners do not experience much pleasure from intercourse. This happens between spouses who have been together for a long time. For those who have recently begun relationships, it is important to find an approach to each other, and this does not always work out. But if after a few weeks or months things are not going well, it is probably worth thinking about ending this relationship, quotes the FAN specialist.