By Staff Writer. One of the most complex and intricate parts of newlywed life is figuring out what sex and sexual intimacy will look like in your married life. Even couples who were sexually active prior to marriage often find this area affected post-wedding, and it can be difficult to talk about. Here are a few common issues many couples face. Particularly after a honeymoon when you may have had all the time in the world to focus on your sexual relationship with your partner, getting back into the grind of day-to-day life can have a major effect on your marital sex life.
What Sex Is Really Like When You First Get Married
There is a lot of pressure placed on the honeymoon and post-honeymoon sex couples "should" be having. This isn't true at all. It's not always incredible, lusty, mind-blowing orgasms right after a wedding. Just because you've been having sex for years and feel like you've perfected every technique in the book, doesn't mean your sex life will suddenly magnify x, now that you're married and dripping pun intended in newlywed bliss.
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There are a lot of different myths about newly-married life, but a new survey from Zola , an online registry one-stop shop, gives some insight into what newlyweds are really getting up to in the bedroom. They asked newlyweds about how much sex they're having, when they have it, and how much it's changed since they got married. And it turns out, that, even if their sex life is great, a lot of people don't start their married life off with a bang. So, after the big day, it's usually back to normal life, and often other pressures can take hold.