- Do you need a yes/no/Maybe list in a relationship?
- How do you fill out a yes/no/Maybe list?
- Is sex becoming monotonous in a long-term relationship?
- What do you need in a relationship?
- Is it worth doing a yes/no/Maybe list?
- Do you need a good reason to share your Y/N/m list?
- Is sex less passionate in long term relationships?
- Why does sex decrease in a long-term relationship?
- Can sex survive marriage?
Do you need a yes/no/Maybe list in a relationship?
You can use an existing list, such as the one at the end of this article, or create your own. While yes/no/maybe lists are often conceived of as a way for two people in a relationship (or more, if you’re polyamorous) to learn about each other’s desires, there’s no requirement that says you have to do one with someone else.
How do you fill out a yes/no/Maybe list?
Filling out a yes/no/maybe list is pretty simple: you go through the list by yourself and decide which of the activities fall into which category for you. As O’Reilly puts it:
Is sex becoming monotonous in a long-term relationship?
When people talk about married or long-term relationship sex becoming monotonous, they’re typically talking about two people who have no experience communicating their desires to one another. But what would sex look like if you and your partner genuinely understood what each other wanted in bed in a real way?
What do you need in a relationship?
The fourth thing a relationship needs is connection and love. You’ve already established that you want to feel significant in the eyes of your partner, but you also need to form a deep connection and develop an intense love.
Is it worth doing a yes/no/Maybe list?
If you’re still figuring out what you’re into, if you struggle with putting your feelings into words, or even if you’ve just been away from a list like this for a while, it’s a great exercise to undertake. Check out Bex’s Yes/No/Maybe template, and read some things while you’re there.
Do you need a good reason to share your Y/N/m list?
And neither do you. I don’t need to have a good reason for anything. I can just be into what I’m into, and that’s the biggest thing I took away from sharing my Y/N/M list. My partner doesn’t need to have deep, insightful reasons as to why he’s into something, just like I don’t need deep insightful reasons either.