If you surround yourself with enough women in committed relationships both online and in the real world , you will inevitably talk about sex. There will be the usual complaints about satisfaction, being too tired, not being interested or not getting enough. There will be questions about positions, fetishes and fantasies. There will be lots of candid, healthy discussion on a normal part of life.
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Several days ago, I overheard a conversation between a customer and her stylist at the hair salon that got me thinking about how couples view sex in a relationship. At the beginning of the conversation, it sounded as if the two women were discussing their children and their allowances. They were talking about their husbands and sex. Sex is one of the most important ways couples show love for one another. Is that really how an intimate and loving act should be used?
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My wife and I are going through ups and downs , as in most marriages, but she has become less and less interested in making love. I know sex drives can differ, but she shows no intention of dealing with the issue. She says she suffers from anxiety, and is reluctantly going to the doctor soon to ask for advice. She is already on anti-anxiety medication, but she can never pinpoint the causes of her anxiety. She was never like this when we were dating, and she used to enjoy life.
Verified by Psychology Today. In my last blog, I introduced the topic of the vicious cycle; nasty little pieces of business where attempts to fix a problem in marriage only lead to making problems worse and prolonging them. There are many types of vicious cycles in marriage and in my last blog, I reported on the distance-pursuit dynamic. They were married five years at the time. Upon arrival, it was evident that there was much tension between the two.