How do you define bad sex? Some may say it's lack of orgasm, while others will argue that not having enough is the worst. But chances are, if you're having bad sex, you don't need a definition. It's one of those things you just know. Feeling dissatisfied with your sex life doesn't melt away when you leave the bedroom. All areas of your life can be affected by this — and the ways your bad sex life affects your kids may surprise you.
When doing the deed is not meeting your needs or expectations, you don't receive all the awesome stress-relieving benefit of having sex. As your stress levels climb higher, the results start to spill over into the different parts of your life, which includes parenting. Unfortunately, your kids will start to experience a version of you that is not your best self. They may not know the cause, but they will pick up on your tensions.
If you've been sweeping your bad sex life under the rug to deal with things you think are bigger issues, consider these five ways your kids are affected by your bedroom behaviors, and make a vow to have the sex life you want. Just remember, when you are satisfied, everyone benefits.