The two of you have had an argument. You're still mad, but he's not — and he wants to make up by making love. Fat chance: You cross your arms in front of your chest and stand firm, unmoved by the tender kisses he attempts to plant on the back of your neck. You're not alone: When Redbook surveyed readers, 72 percent of female respondents said they withhold sex from their husbands when they fight.
1. After An Argument
After An Argument: When Women Want Sex - AskMen
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. In the Name of Love. It's really hard to explain till you experience it! WAY better than make-up sex! Make-up sex is wild and extremely gratifying sex that people report having experienced after having had an intense fight.
Most make-up sex is bad news because it reinforces all of the emotional drama associated with the fighting. The root of this type of sexual relations is extremely negative feelings during a heated argument. These couples, wanting to switch gears to the opposite end of the spectrum, often crave intimacy and wind up having make-up sex to quell the mutual bad feelings that are presiding over the relationship at that moment. By replacing an honest talk with make-up sex, the couple avoids a healthy discussion about the relationship.
Make-up sex gets a lot of hype, and I can understand why. Under the right circumstances, make-up sex can be a fun, healthy way to move past an argument with your partner. But what no one tells you about make-up sex is this: it rarely solves anything, and it almost never lives up to it's ridiculous cinematic representations.