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It becomes intimate when your partner knows that you are engaging in a fantasy together. For more inspiration you might consider taking a couples workshop at the Body Electric School www. It is a respected organization that offers powerful erotic education workshops.

Resolving Resentments I believe the number one reason couples stop having sex is due to resentments that have built up over the years that have not been worked through. Nothing kills a sex life faster than feeling annoyed or angry with your partner. If on the surface you and your partner get along well but have stopped having sex, then it may be time to look deeper to discover what is blocking this important expression of intimacy.

Ignoring your sex life for years often leads to trouble and crisis in a relationship. The art of resolving conflict is an essential relationship skill. Know What You Are Yearning For If you find yourself secretly looking for sex outside of your monogamous relationship it is important for you to understand why. We may tell ourselves that we are looking for hot sex but more commonly we are looking for validation.

In fact, most people I work with report that sex with that cute stranger is ultimately disappointing but the chase and knowing that he finds you attractive is delicious.

When it comes to sex with strangers, the truth is our fantasies are often more exciting than reality.

Do you and your partner validate each other regularly? HIV-positive men were more likely to have multiple partners than one partner, but were also more likely to be in a relationship: untested men were the most likely to say they only had one regular partner — but were also less likely to say they were in a committed relationship.

More younger than older men had met online or through an app, but even in older men, online was by far the most common way of meeting partners.

However the length of the relationship had no bearing on whether men in that relationship had one or multiple partners. Domestic arrangements were far more strongly related to whether men considered themselves to be in a relationship than monogamy. Two-thirds of men in a relationship lived together full-time and three-quarters at least part time.

In contrast three-quarters of men with regular partners but not in a relationship did not live with their partner. Toronto therapist Jim Cullen says gay couples who naturally yin-yang each other are an anomaly.

Men usually want to be the alpha dog. Is it the words I say to you? Is it that after each night of carousing I reliably return home ready to sex you up? Cullen suggests having separate interests as well as shared interests, vacations together and also apart.