There are many ways one describes relationships. Relationships can be a very good influence for one, but also, on the other hand, it can be a pain or very casual for many. There are various labels given to relationships, like ‘love-bombing’ or ‘bread-crumbling’. It just depends from person-to-person, as perceptions differ.
Physical intimacy in a relationship is something which needs to have a mutual consent which means acceptance by both the partners. It is something which partners refer to as taking their relationship to the ‘next level’. If one isn’t ready for it, she/he may simply step back and wait for the right time. According to a new survey from Superdrug, people’s average “number” actually varied from country to country. The survey, which took a look at 2,000 adults in the U.S. and Europe, found that people in the U.S. had an average of around 7.2 sexual partners in their lifetimes, while people in the UK had an average of 7 partners, and those in the Netherlands had averaged 6.9 partners in their lives.
We all know what ‘altruism’ is. It is the principle or practice of concern for the welfare of others and people who are altruistic by nature usually care more about others’ than they care about themselves. This can sometimes give rise to the feeling of helplessness and self-doubt, but till the time these people are keeping others happy, it turns out to be a motto in life. Now, research finds that the higher people rank in levels of altruism, the more sexual partners they had. A recent Canada-based study has found that altruistic people are more likely to have an active and diverse sex life. According to psychologists at the University of Guelph and Nipissing University, there are strong links between altruism and sexual success. They found that the higher they ranked in levels of altruism, the more sexual partners they had.
Altruistic people not only have a very active sex life but also they are very generous. This generosity can also make them provide financial support or financial aid to others or their partners.
According to psychologist Dr Susan Marchant-Haycox, altruistic people are likely to have more sexual partners than those are do not have this ‘so-called’ personality trait, because they most probably show more attention to people.
The personality trait of these type of people usually make their partners feel as if they are the one and special.