Solving Sex Drive Conflicts

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Solving Sex Drive Conflicts
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Are you fighting about how often you are (or are NOT ) having sex?
Does one of you avoid having sex?
Is sex used to have power over the other in your relationship?
Here is your “How To” guide for couples who need to communicate and negotiate about sex urge differences between partners.
You will learn:
The truth about desire and arousal.
How to have confidence in asking for what you want.
Communication skills which work for your sex life.
You’ll also get Dr Janet Hall’s expert advice on experiencing sensational sex with the emphasis on solving sex-drive conflicts. This information is specifically designed for couples who are having clashes over their quality or quantity of sex life.
Sometimes a partner complains about not getting good sex, and frequently a partner complains about not getting much or any sex at all!
This information is essential for couples who are not happy with their sex life.
In addition, all couples could learn invaluable techniques for communication which will keep their attitudes to their sex life open and happy.
Dr Janet Hall, Clinical Psychologist and Sex Therapist describes the main reasons couples clash about sex including the Mars/Venus syndrome, attitudes to various practices such as masturbation, oral sex and positions for intercourse and the really big one – power struggles.
Then Dr Jan describes communication strategies which will prevent sex drive clashes with the emphasis on making agreements and plans and understanding when, where and how it’s best for couples to talk.
Dr Jan warns against the things NOT to do, like having big fights or affairs, as they are almost certain to sabotage the future of your relationship.
You’ll also learn how to maximise your environmental cues to support you both to enjoy the sex life you want without conflict, and strategies for initiating
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