Sexual Incompatibility: How To Make Relationship Last?

Sexual incompatibility among couples is similar to water and oil in the same container. They seemed to be very close, but they can never be bond. Photo by StockSnap/Pixabay
Sexual incompatibility among couples is similar to water and oil in the same container. They seemed to be very close, but they can never be bond. Photo by StockSnap/Pixabay

Sexual incompatibility among couples is similar to water and oil in the same container. They seemed to be very close, but they can never be bond. Sex is essential in romantic relationships as it maintains good verbal communication and helps the relationship grow. However, some couples who are in love and adore each other weren’t sexually compatible. How to fix this to make your relationship last?

There are several factors as to why couples were sexually incompatible. Some of these include different sexual preferences, different paces or rhythms, different libido levels, and physical awkwardness. Sexual compatibility is important since it’s a one-of-a-kind intimate expression, which also brings many other physical and emotional benefits.

But even though you and your partner seemed to be sexually incompatible, you can still fix this to make your relationship work and last. First, you need to be flexible and understanding, and this can be improved if both of your exert effort. For instance, different sex drives and sexual preferences can be fixed as long as you and your partner work together.

You can start by making incremental changes, like starting with small adjustments so you can compromise and meet somewhere that is acceptable to both of you. Try to also talk with each other and be honest about your feelings, like telling the things that you like and don’t like – and vice versa.

When it comes to physical awkwardness, you can start finding new ways on how to connect with each other again so you can reignite the spark and rebuild closeness. If you feel embarrassed about being naked in bed, you can try to have an erotic talk first to build your confidence. But if you feel you aren’t confident enough, ask yourself why you have this feeling now that you didn’t have before. Try to go back from the start, like when you first met, and remember what turned you on before.

Couples who tend to ignore the needs and wants of each other between the sheets aren’t truly close to certain levels. Sexual intimacy is not just about “pleasure,” it also connects you and your partner in deeper levels – including emotional closeness and connection. It basically gives you a sense of comfort, especially since you know each other deeply and both of you feel secure since you’re each other’s priority in life.

Lastly, try to explore to find out the role of sex in your relationship so that you and your partner can make it work. Through this, you can discover what really makes you happy, either inside or outside the bedroom.