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My boyfriend and I have been together for three years. I'm a freshman in college and he's a junior. We recently lost our virginity to each other and are very much in love. We spend most of our time together when we are not in class, and all of our friends are friends with each other too. It's really great!

Almost every time we hang out, we have sex; sometimes we even have it twice a day. It's amazing and it's really hard for us to keep our hands off of each other. Is this behavior bad? It doesn't feel bad, but I don't want our relationship to become only about sex. Do you any advice for me? Bedroom Bound Betsy

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Dear Bedroom Bound Betsy
As long as your boyfriend isn't pressuring you into doing something you don't feel comfortable with, your sex life sounds perfectly fine to me. Since you started having sex, has your verbal communication changed at all?

Make sure you express your feelings in other ways besides sex to prevent creating a purely physical relationship. It sounds like you are both really happy being with each other so as long as you are having safe sex, just enjoy this time in your relationship and have fun. There is no reason to feel ashamed for having an active sex life.

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Brittany14706805 Brittany14706805 9 years
I agree sex twice a day is perfectly normal. My boyfriend and I were the same way when we first started having sex, and like what luna said it wont last. So enjoy it while u can!
almost-famous almost-famous 9 years
this is maybe what a none cheating boyfriend feels like. his sex is with you only. more than likelyi would be more than happy to have sex with him twice a day. that must mean you have good stuff. (wink wink)
europeruana europeruana 9 years
u' ve been together for 3 years and just recently have sex. that's special........?
Luna13 Luna13 9 years
its prolly because u have both started recently engaging in the act and your super excited about it and cant get enough but believe me it wont last, hopefully what u will be left with his trust, intimacy and a long term connection.
AfflictedLove AfflictedLove 9 years
I agree completely. An active sex life is nothing to feel bad about. It does become a problem if that's all you do, or if he leaves after sex. There should be just as much, or more communication now in the relationship. That's where you find out if it is becoming purely sexual. As far as 1-2 times a day, that's normal when you guys are really into each other. Congratualtions on finding love and intimacy, and good luck on building upon this.
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