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And, when you think about it, a lot of them occur at home — especially when it comes to sharing intimate spaces, like the bathroom. From brushing your teeth together to being more open about your bathroom habits, that tiled room can serve as the perfect place to talk about boundaries, while also providing a space to feel more comfortable around each other. That doesn't mean you have to be OK with peeing with the door open if you don't want to be.
And it certainly doesn't mean you need to give up your privacy. But you can spend some time talking about what you want to share, and what you don't want to share. Here, a few things relationship experts say you should consider doing together in the bathroom, as well as a few things you may want to talk about first — in order to feel closer together. To start the day in a super couple-y way, try brushing your teeth together before heading off to work. While it's not something you need to do every day, it can be a small way to get "real" with each other — and it can help you both ease into more intimate moments that are likely to come along down the road.
Rachel Wright, d psychotherapist and sex educatoremphasizes the importance of creating a relationship ritual that you can count on. If you're both are into it, showering together can make for some incredible bonding time as well — with a hint of extra intimacy. As Gusoff says, "If a couple is looking for some 'safe' intimate bathroom bonding early in a relationship, taking a shower together is probably the most comfortable place to start.
Again, showering together is not something you need to do each and every time you bathe. But what could be more bonding than showering at the same time? While you may want a few moments of private bathroom time in the morning, it can be a fun bonding experience to share the bathroom during other times of the day — such as before heading out on a date. Stepping away from the grooming for a second, remember that even simple things like cleaning up together can provide important bonding moments.
It may sound strange, but there's a reason some folks are into it. Boundaries can vary from person to person, couple to couple. A lot of what does or does not make sense when it comes to sharing space with another person can come from both of your personal histories when it comes to privacy. While it's up to you and your partner to figure out what feels comfortable, some experts say couples should try to tread lightly when it Couples taking a bath together to being too open about your grooming routine.
It is possible, however, to become too familiar, and that "can Along the same vein, while getting ready together can be a fun way to bond with your partner see abovegetting together separately can also help your relationship. Sure, you may feel comfortable around each other. And you may be inclined to burst into the bathroom, without knocking first. Certain lines may be crossed as the years go on, especially as you become even more at ease with each other.
But it's always a good idea to allow each other some privacy. While every couple is different, it's never a good idea to assume something's OK without asking first. And going to the bathroom in front of them may be at the top of that list. While sharing the bathroom can provide sweet bonding moments, it is important to know when to give each other space — such as during your nightly grooming routines. Klapow says. Doing these things together is not critical to the relationship.
It's all about figuring out what works best for you and communicating. Individuals need time to themselves, space for themselves, and privacy. There are, after all, so many more ways to bond. Additional reporting by Chika Ekemezie.
Jonathan Bennett, relationship and dating expert at Double Trust Dating. Adrienne Gusoffrelationship coach. Davida Rappaportpsychic and spiritual counselor.
Xanet Paileta sex and intimacy educator and coach. Angela Skurtu, sex therapist. By Carolyn Steber. Updated: July 30, Originally Published: Aug. See All Health Relationships Self.Couples taking a bath together
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