In the movie Far From Heaven, four young housewives discuss their sex lives over lunchtime daiquiris. The boldest of the group coaxes the others to reveal how often their husbands want to make love. Can you imagine?
For many couples, the sexual intimacy tends to wax and wane over time. I get countless couples who state they have had sex-starved or sexless marriages for years. They come to sex therapy to rebuild, but then struggle on the path to recovery.
Remember when you first started dating your SO? Here, we take a close look at the scourge to determine what causes it and how to fix it before it sends you running to a divorce lawyer…. According to clinical professor Dr Rosemary Basson, there are four stages of the sexual-response cycle in humans.
Do or did you and your spouse have significantly different levels of desire for sex? If so, you are not alone. Did you know that 1 in 3 couples has a sexual desire gap?
Is Your Marriage A Disappointment? Do you have a sex-starved-marriage? Many of the couples I work with tell me their relationship has gone cold in the romantic area.
Bring the spark back into your bedroom and your marriage with gutsy and effective advice from bestselling author Michele Weiner-Davis. It is estimated that one of every three married couples struggles with problems associated with mismatched sexual desire. Do you?
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Do you find yourself wondering what happened to the passion in your marriage? Do you feel like you and your wife have turned into roommates? Sex issues in marriage are so common that 21, folks google sexless marriage every month and apparently there are 16 times more complaints about a spouse not wanting sex than about a married partner not wanting to communicate. The good news is there are many couples out there who are going through what you are going through right now and many that have made it to the other side.
By Michele Weiner-Davis. It places the marriage at risk of infidelity and of divorce. Another misconception is that sex-starved couples present their sex life as their primary issue when they come into couples therapy.