Sexual Fantasies: Healthy or Hurtful?
It all depends how you look at it. A fantasy is part of your imagination. It is not a reality. It is not the same as actually going out and doing something with a stranger or the mail man. Research has shown that 60%-90% of men and women have sexual fantasies, married or not.
Best of Sexual Fantasies
The best person to act out your sexual fantasies with is your spouse or partner. That way you keep your relationship young and full of passion. But sometimes the fantasies step outside the realm of the relationship. A person wants to be desired, and so may imagine being desired by someone new or someone they know.
Many people that fantasize about someone other than their spouse or partner feel guilty. Why? They feel they are committing adultery in their heart. They are even afraid to share their fantasies with their spouse in fear of hurting their feelings. Most of us donít want to hear that our husband or wife imagine someone else while they are having sex.
If the fantasies are not getting in the way of their sexual and overall relationship with their spouse, then it is absolutely healthy. On the other hand, if they feel guilty and it is affecting their relationship, then they should work thru these issues either with their partner or with a therapist to discover the root of the problem.
Research has shown that healthy sexual fantasies go hand in hand with a healthy overall sex life. Those that have sexual fantasies tend to be more sexually satisfied and actually have more sex.
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