Are you not able to have as much sex as you want now that you are parents?
If you saw yourself frowning at the title and exclaimed “What? Do couples really have sex after a child?” then this is the right article for you. It might seem impossible to you now – the thought of sex is not anywhere in your priority list. And yet, here we are talking about how to find time for it!
Pause for a moment and think why you are not having sex any more. After a child, the reasons for the drop in sex life are plenty:
If you are facing any of these problems, then read Has Your Sex Life Dropped After a Baby? and Sex Life After Childbirth for a better understanding of the subject. It discusses these reasons in depth and provides tips to get over them.
We deal with a very different kind of excuse for not having sex in this article – lack of time! That seems obvious, doesn’t it? You are doing a lot of things now – taking care of the child, running the house, managing work life (if you are working), feeding your child in the night – where is the time for sex? Forget about sex, where is time to even have some romance with your spouse right? You consider yourself lucky if you are able to pee for as long as you want, and here we are talking about romance and sex. Okay, first things first. Romance should come before sex. So go ahead and read our Top 10 Tips to Sneak Romance After A Baby. Now, how do you find time for sex? Hope the following tips will help you!
For more on this topic, please refer to 8 Amazing Sex Secrets For New Parents and Sex Life For New Dads.
Remember, a healthy sexy life leads to a happier you. If you are happier, you are better equipped to take of your child. If you take care of your child better, you get happier kids! See the connection? So do not say no to sex!
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