Though it may disturb your neighbors to hear, “Oh yeah, that’s it, right there,” “That feels good,” or “Don’t stop,” it probably means you and your partner are more sexually satisfied than most. Many people feel that having sex is easier than talking about sex, but partners who can communicate their likes and dislikes, both in bed and out, experience higher sexual satisfaction than those who can’t. For those who can’t say what they feel, non-verbal communication such as moaning, body movements, and facial expressions indicating pleasure will send the message. Researchers found that even a small amount of anxiety can hamper communication during sex, but there are techniques that can help overcome this problem.

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