6 Times When It’s Normal to Say NO in Bed

6 Times When It’s Normal to Say NO in Bed

Getting physical with your partner is expected when you maintain a close relationship with one another. It’s normal for there to be times when the man or woman is not in the mood to spend time in the bedroom. When you’re approached by your partner to make love, there are a few times when you should say no.


You’re in a Fight

It’s important to resolve a fight before making love to ensure that you can have peace and truly enjoy getting physical. Neglecting issues that may be present can make it easy to have underlying issues become more of a problem over time because you’re more focused on your physicality. Spend the time talking about your fight and reaching a resolution to ensure that you’ll have a deeper connection when you get between the sheets.

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You’re Feeling Under the Weather

Saying yes to being physical when you don’t feel well can make the act unenjoyable for both parties. You may be suffering from a headache or have a lack of energy, which can make your significant other realize that you’re not into it. Wait until your headache subsides or until you get over your illness to make love. This will allow you both to feel respected and appreciated instead of forcing your time together and having it be inauthentic.

Make it a rule to respect each other’s no if the person isn’t feeling well. Thank each other for being honest instead of holding hostility, which can lead to control in the relationship.

Say no if You’re Not in the Mood

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