Are you Quiet Quitting Your Sex Life?

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By now you have probably heard of the term Quiet Quitting. It was all over LinkedIn and in the news. The articles stated that many Gen Zers ( born between 1996- 2012ish) are doing it. Quiet quitting means that you are no longer going above and beyond at your jobs like Baby Boomers or Gen Xers did. They are doing only what is required and going home to have more work-life balance. They don't want to do the extra work especially when there is no reward in it and companies can easily let you go regardless of how much time you put into your job. 

This phenomenon got me thinking about sex of course!

Are some of us quiet quitting our relationships?

Let's see if you are.

  • Are you barely having sex even though your partner wants it?
  • Are you doing the same thing every time you have sex?
  • Are you having sex at the same time when you do have it?
  • Do you have sex so your partner will leave you alone?
  • Do you make sure your partner has an orgasm?
  • Are you faking orgasms to get it over with?

If you answered yes to 3 or more of the questions, you may be quiet quitting your sex life. 

So here's the question: do you want to leave and think this is a good way to handle it so you don't look like the bad person for wanting out? Rather than do that, how about having a discussion with your partner about what you both want? Or having a discussion about something you would like to try in bed (or out of bed) with them? It's not as difficult as it may seem. And I would love to help you with that.

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