Most parents know that having less sex is part and parcel of life with a new baby. Yet when the children are a bit older, when we’re less tired and we have more opportunity to be intimate, we can look forward to our sex life returning pretty much to what it was pre-children, right?
The majority of couples will struggle with their sexual relationship at some time. Many experience this in the months after a new baby when recovery from the birth, and sheer physical exhaustion, seem to leave little time for sex.
Being honest with each other eases resentment which will, in turn, improve your sex life. Think about sex in a different way: it doesn’t have to be penetrative sex. Try touching, cuddling, holding each other. It’s never too much effort to have a cuddle.
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How to Improve Your Sex Life After Having Kids