Are you sexually satisfied? Take this quiz
A good sex life is an important part of any solid relationship. How’s yours?
People in recovery from co-dependency, alcoholism, addiction or gambling often question their sexuality and sex.
The article and questionnaire on the link below may answer some of your questions.
One should remember that everyone is different. Everyone has different levels of sexual satisfaction, sexual behaviours and sexual happiness. Yes, satisfaction, behaviour and sexual happiness are not the same thing.
For example everyone is usually sexually satisfied immediately after orgasm. But were you happy with the behaviour? Were you happy with having sex with this person? In this way? In this place? At this time? In that way?
Read on then try the questionnaire.
A landmark study from The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reported that 43 percent of American women and 31 percent of men reported some sort of sexual dysfunction.
Plenty of people are unhappy with their sex lives. So, if you’re one of them, you are not alone! However, having satisfying sex is an important part of any solid relationship. In fact, feeling comfortable with your own sexuality is an important part of your self-esteem, and for many people, enjoyment of life.
Much of life’s happiness comes from having satisfying relationships. And while romantic relationships are often most central, many couples stick their head in the sand about how dissatisfied they feel with the sexual part of this relationship. Over time, this tends to eat into other parts of the relationship creating anger, indifference and overall distance.
To help you assess the quality of your love life, answer the questions at Take this quiz.