In a marital relationship (or any form of conjugal relationship) Sex is an OBLIGATION. If indeed you desire the relationship, you cannot just tell your partner, ‘No, I don’t want Sex’. Your reason must be explained and convincing. I cannot just tell my future husband ‘NO’.
Apart from being rude, it is maritally unethical. I must explain and must make him understand why. Never trust any man you simply tell ‘NO SEX’ and he goes zipping up without making effort at being convinced. Something is wrong somewhere in such relationship. It could be a signal for multi-relationship or disinterested. That man will eventually betray you.
Let no one lie to you, Sex is one of the most important indications of the health of a relationship. I’m not talking about where there is mutually agreed (medically or spiritually) ‘NO SEX’ situation. In a relationship, it is obligatory to seek your partner’s understanding — especially when saying ‘NO’, not only to Sex, but to other request. Of course, after explaining as best (and as respectfully and regrettably) as possible and your partner insist on remaining adamant, you don’t need a spiritualist to tell you he or she may not be the ideal partner.
Remember, IF THINGS MUST BE DONE YOUR WAY AND ONLY WHEN YOU DESIRE, DON’T BOTHER BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP!
So, for these reasons, make Sex part of your holiday plan. Have Sex for Xmas sake and have it with Only your spouse.
To the men, e ma lo se siina o. Kokoro plenty outside o.
Have you a very Happy SeXmas!
Compliments of the Season from StraightTalk with OlajumokeGiwa – De Sex Expert.