Category: Tracey Cox
Remember your first time?
It’s scary getting up close and personal with a penis when you haven’t got a clue what to do.
If only someone had told you that….
Mismatched libidos, recurring arguments that make you feel like you’re on a hamster wheel of unhappiness, feeling like you’re always the one to initiate sex…these are common problems that the average couple struggle with.
Happily, there are simple but effective techniques that can sort these issues – for good.
All these techniques are therapist approved and all can be used to solve a multitude of problems. All you need is your phone, some fridge magnets – and maybe a jam jar.
It’s common to think of low sex drive people as the ones with the ‘problem’. But if your partner doesn’t want to have sex with you and you’re desperate for it, the problem is very much shared.
Being rejected is never fun but being sexually rejected feels personal.
Because sex to high desire people is an extraordinary experience, you don’t quite believe anyone wouldn’t want to do it.
Not able to understand the reason why sex wouldn’t be top of your partner’s Thing I’d Most Like to Do Today (Now/This Second), lots secretly believe their partner does want sex – just not with them.
Which makes you feel unattractive, undesirable and not wanted when your partner says no.
My first piece of advice to lusty lovers is always this: don’t take rejection personally.
If your partner’s libido is naturally low, it doesn’t mean they don’t find you attractive, it’s that they don’t find sex that attractive.