February 22, 2021

Sexo: how to keep your sex life when you’re a young parent

By admin2020


Choppy nights, stressful days, the daily life of young parents is not easy. It is not always easy in this new life to keep a fulfilling sex life.

The birth of a child often upsets the family balance. New rhythm, new responsibilities, new body for mom, newborns can quickly become the best enemy of young parents’ sexuality. When a baby arrives, each couple reacts differently. While some people regain sexuality quickly, for others it may take longer. Above all, you have to listen to your body and stay in line with your desires.

Not surprisingly, the first reason is often a lack of sleep. For maintain a fulfilling sex life, it is important to know how to rest and think about yourself. On a daily basis, be careful not to always keep only the parents’ cap. When possible, why not entrust the child to the grandparents, to a baby-sitter, to friends to meet up in love. Take some time for yourself rediscover as a lover not just as young parents. If the evening fatigue is too much, why not take advantage of the nap to have a moment for two? The important thing is to succeed in giving back a place to one’s sexuality in an often (over) busy daily life.

Young parents: how to keep a fulfilling sex life after baby

After pregnancy and childbirth, it is often difficult to tame your new corps post-partum. Here again, the key is dialogue. Take the time to talk about it and rediscover yourself together to regain your self-confidence. For example, some women who have had a Caesarean section during childbirth will prefer sex positions where they do not have their partner’s body weight on their stomach. This sex life of young parent can also be an opportunity to reinvent yourself and test new positions.

Finally, with older children, parents often fear that they will be disturbed in the middle of a hug. To do this, explain to the children that they must knock before entering the parents’ room and … install a lock!

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