Sex is more fun both with someone you trust, and someone you do it lots of times with and therefore get better at, anyway.Of course, you probably don't want to jump straight back into the dating game head first (no pun intended), so it's better to just dip your toes in (pun intended, because I am sick and immature, clearly), warm up, and get back into it slowly.Nearly one-quarter of those who waited 30 days were still together a year later.
Busby’s research shows that couples who wait to have sex — at least 30 to 90 days — rather than doing it in the early stages of the relationship have better relationship outcomes.
Postponing sex, even for as long as six months, is associated with higher relationship stability, higher relationship satisfaction, better communication and higher quality sexual relationship.
It's probably safe to say that no one is the best version of themselves during a breakup.
So before you start dating other people, date yourself.
The best way to test if your relationship is ready to move into the bedroom?