The problem is with so many influences to learn about sex, who and what can you trust? In today’s age of technology information about intimacy is more prevalent with each passing day. Gone are the days where learning about sex came from the “Birds and the Bees talk” your parents gave you or from Sex-education in school.
Yet with all the information available to us, there still remain many myths about sex people believe to be true. Whether they are in their late teens, twenties, thirties, forties or older, their misinformation is actually hurting their relationships and themselves. It becomes no wonder then these individuals carry this faulted set of beliefs into long term relationships which then develop into sexless or sexually-blah relationships.
Truth at Relationship Myths
As with all myths, uncovering the truth is the best remedy to ensure all parties are happy and satisfied in their relationship. Two doctors are out to dispel as many myths as they possibly can through a new book: Don’t Put That in There! And 69 Other Sex Myths Debunked by Dr. Aaron E. Carroll and Dr. Rachel C. Vreeman.
While you may know everything there is to know about sex, you may be surprised, or at least curious as to what these doctors have uncovered. Again we don’t like being told we are wrong, but what’s worse is when we don’t open our minds to the possibility of learning something new about a part so important to our relationship. Ignorance can be harmful in many ways.
Take some time right now to see what 9 Myths that Could Seriously Harm Your Relationship or Marriage. As you read these challenge yourself to see how many you knew and be honest with yourself. There is no judging with how many you knew or didn’t, it’s all an effort for improving your relationship.
Is there a myth that you believe needs to be added to this list? Let us know through the comments section, and as always we appreciate all your comments and emails. Also, don’t forget to share this information with your friends so they too can eliminate these myths from their relationships.