Is Sex a True Test of Love?
What do you do when the thrill wears off and the more you have sex, the less you like it? We rationalize it by saying, "We are in love. No, I mean really in love." But we still find ourselves feeling guilty and unsatisfied.
When you can bond with a woman’s emotional passion, the thrill does not wear off, it gets better. When a man feels guilty and unsatisfied, maybe he is not as “in love” as he thought?
Sex is part of love and a very important ingredient in love of a married couple up to certain age. Beyond that, a couple with excellent mutual understanding can definitely de-link sex and love and still be in love.
But that love may not look passionate as it was with sex attached to it. But it is love nevertheless. It is like the difference between merriment and peace.
no. sex is sex. though it is beautiful and can bring two people together, it is still only sex. you want to test love, try going away for a year and if you and your partner wait for each other then there is a good chance you have passed the test of love.
by elordmayor 7 years ago
Is SEX the True test of LOVE?Someone once told me that she will truly believe i love her if i can make love to her. I wonder why she should say so. Since it was difficult for me, it led to our breakup. Please talk to me.
by ryankett 9 days ago
I would say, when the doctor tells you that your heart is too frail for the Viagra!
by Moipone 6 years ago
Does True Love still exists?
by Kathleen Cochran 2 years ago
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by lincoco 7 years ago
Still searching for it. Will let you know as soon as I find it.
by strkngfang 5 years ago
Are sexless marriages considered a sin & do factors matter?Most agree that sex outside of marriage is wrong, but what about the opposite, no sex inside of a marriage?
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