Whether or not to have scheduled sex is a personal decision that can vary depending on a couple's circumstances and preferences.
Some couples find that scheduling sex can be helpful for maintaining intimacy and making sure they prioritize their sexual relationship. Scheduling sex can also help ensure that both partners are in the right mindset and have the time and energy to fully enjoy the experience.
On the other hand, some couples may find that scheduled sex can feel too routine or mechanical, and prefer to keep things spontaneous. Additionally, if scheduling sex becomes too rigid or inflexible, it can put unnecessary pressure on both partners and lead to disappointment or frustration if plans don't go as expected.
Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to have scheduled sex should be based on what works best for the couple involved, and can be adjusted as needed over time. Communication and flexibility are key in any sexual relationship, whether or not scheduled sex is part of the routine.
The therapists at Couples Therapy Centre are trained professional who can help individuals and couples explore and improve their sexual relationships. Your therapist may suggest scheduling sex as a tool to prioritize their sexual relationship, but they will also help you work through any underlying issues that may be contributing to sexual difficulties. This can include addressing communication challenges, exploring individual and shared sexual desires, and working through any psychological barriers to intimacy.
Overall, seeking the help of a relationship therapist can be a helpful way for couples to navigate the complexities of sexual relationships, including the decision of whether or not to schedule sex. This can help couples improve their sexual experiences and strengthen their overall relationship.
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