Are you responsive to your gf?
So you'll probably get more sex.
Yes, so simple it is actually, according to new israeli study consisted of three experiments.
the Researchers wanted to find out how the couple tackles one of life's great paradoxes: In relationships, we seek intimacy and closeness, but this has a downside: Intimacy in the longer term may lead to less lust.
All the long-standing relationships to one other words, big with safety and boredom on the one hand, and adventure, eroticism and insecurity on the other.
The new study suggests that under shows circumstances do not need to be a paradox.
Deep understanding and responsiveness seems to maintain desire.
In one of the experiments had more than 100 pairs, keep a diary for six weeks with a focus on the particular desires and perceptions of the partner's responsiveness.
And here it appears that when the man sees his partner as supportive and responsive, you feel appreciated, just like you also think that the partner's value on the kødmarkedet increases - which in its turn means that you feel greater sex drive:
- the Sexual desire is growing of increased intimacy, and responsiveness is one of the best ways you can boost this fleeting feeling, much better than wild sex, is one of the scientists behind, Gurit Birnbaum.
Good sex begins outside the bedroom.
- Our research shows that people who are responsive and sympathetic to each other outside the bedroom, is able to maintain subject, says Birnbaum, who explains that responsiveness is so important, because it signals that you open and informed really goes up in how your partner has it, you invest and show understanding on a deep level.
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