STRESS AND ANXIETY: Often, everyday stress, such as that related to work or personal life, can perpetrate into your system such that you may not realize that you are emotionally wrecking on a conscious level. So, if you find yourself looking for a corner to vent it out, it is absolutely okay because your body is just releasing the pent up tension.
Do you feel weepy, moody, or bloated in the days before you have your period? That’s called premenstrual syndrome (PMS), with many women experiencing moodiness in the week or two leading up to their period. This usually stops once the period starts. You may also have mood swings, trouble focusing, and angry outbursts. Physical symptoms can include breast tenderness, tiredness, headaches, bloating, hunger, digestive problems, and aches and pains. These changes are thought to be linked to hormonal changes that occur during your menstrual cycle.
4.Warm up before
Making sure that your vagina is sufficiently lubricated before you and your partner initiate sex helps improve your odds for a great experience. Lots of foreplay can help you relax, feel more comfortable, and experience less first-time sex pain.
Becoming aroused before you begin intercourse should increase lubrication in the vagina and reduce the chance of pain associated with friction. You can try taking a steamy shower with your partner, exchanging sexy text messages, or whispering dirty talk gently into each other’s ears.
Although sex has great benefits, foreplay can also enhance the experience and pleasure level for both of you. Every woman is different, so get to know your body to find out what makes you tick.
5. You Remember Something from Your Past
If you’ve had a bad experience with sex in the past, sometimes having sex can trigger these memories and emotions – even if you have a new, completely supportive, trusting and awesome partner.
If a previous partner has abused you, forced you to go outside of your comfort zone in the bedroom overpowered you in your past, these can all be triggers of why you are crying during sex.
Even if there isn’t an obvious memory, your mind might have repressed something that is causing the outburst.
Sometimes we cry because there’s just so much going on in one moment. This can be a good or bad thing. You might just need a moment to sort out what you’re feeling.
7.Shame or guilt
There are a lot of reasons you might feel such shame or guilt after sex that it makes you cry.
At some point in your life, someone may have told you that sex is inherently bad, especially in certain contexts. You don’t have to buy into these theories to have them pop into your head at inopportune moments.
You might be uncomfortable with what you see as “animal” behavior, “kinky” sex, or lack of impulse control.
Shame and guilt after sex can also be residual effects of other issues within the relationship that follow you into the bedroom.
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