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Many couples regardless of how many years they are married, complain about reduced sexual desire and the lack of expressed sexual interest in their relationship. While the old stereotypes of men and women used to perpetuate the assumption that it was man complaining about the woman’s lack of interest, it seems that a dampening of sexual interest can be something that partners of either sex struggle with.

Too often, the resentment, criticism and impatience that partners have about many issues in their life often cover the rejection and shame associated with the belief that they are no longer sexually desired or desirable.

Whereas couple therapists have long maintained that a couple’s sexual problems are actually a reflection of problems in other areas, the reverse is also true. Many couples will fight about anything rather than face what is not happening in the bedroom.

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Many couples regardless of how many years they are married, complain about reduced sexual desire and the lack of expressed sexual interest in their relationship. While the old stereotypes of men and women used to perpetuate the assumption that it was man complaining about the woman’s lack of interest, it seems that a dampening of sexual interest can be something that partners of either sex struggle with.

Too often, the resentment, criticism and impatience that partners have about many issues in their life often cover the rejection and shame associated with the belief that they are no longer sexually desired or desirable.

Whereas couple therapists have long maintained that a couple’s sexual problems are actually a reflection of problems in other areas, the reverse is also true. Many couples will fight about anything rather than face what is not happening in the bedroom.




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