Quarantine kills desire: why isolation is reduced sexual activityPictolic
More recently, scientists around the world are prophesied to mankind the onset of the global "honeymoon", associated with the quarantine. The implication was that, being quarantined, people will make love and it will lead to the population explosion by the end of the year. But it turned out that human psychology is more complicated than I ever imagined pundits and everything went not as expected.
The first "a wakeup call" supporters quarantine rampant sex got in March when it was revealed that the residents of China, South Korea and Japan not only became more loving, but, on the contrary, were more likely to divorce. Being in the same confined space increased the number of conflicts between partners and not everyone with dignity and humility accepted it.
By may, all the more separated from the optimistic scenario. Sociological research suddenly found that 69% of couples in isolation were less likely than usual to have sex. Experts immediately set out to determine why this is happening and found a very unusual pattern. So what discourages home inmates desire to indulge in carnal pleasures?
Psychologists have found that the most important reason for the decline in libido was an overwhelming feeling of anxiety. Concern for health, and their families, for the fate of the business in conditions of economic crisis, worries about study and career — the list is endless. Is it any wonder that in such circumstances the desire to make love is not all.
It is obvious that the term "isolation" does not mean a gesture of goodwill everyone. It is at least soft, but violence against the person and many from it not in delight. The right choice is abolished — the lovers are forced to sit under the same roof all day and chat with each other.For passionate lovers — this is happiness, but for those who are in a more relaxed relationship — a serious test of strength of the nervous system. Some, actually, for the first time in the history of his novel for the first time turned out to be so long alone with a partner and learned new things about him.
If love life has left your house, it is possible to fix it. Alix Fox, coach and expert in the field of sex education, offers to cure your libido a daring role-playing games. You can develop in anyone and to bring to life your wildest fantasies that will reduce the tension and bring fresh air into a close relationship.
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