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If couples do not have sex anymore, that sounds according to psychology: in mostly mainly from one side - but from which?
Secretly we know, of course, who is to blame when a few has no sex anymore: The Wendler. We can do everything to him on him and have only right. And now have fun aside, after all, the topic is quite serious.
According to Amorelie Sex Report For the year 2020, 27 percent of the couples inhave at most once a month sex - and from the point of view of Expert: Inside, partnerships in which the parties are less than ten times a year already sleeping together as "non- sexual". Especially with older couple who have been together for a long time, passion and erotic are often transformed into an exception of a firm component of their relationship of life in an exception, perhaps on special occasions such as wedding day or birthday. But that does that actually happen consensus? Or is this trend perhaps one side to lure more than the other?
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psychologist reveals: Uncertainty at the man Common cause for sex fleaness
"The 'politically correct' answer would be that it is a joint decision, but that rarely corresponds to the truth," writes the psychologist Barry W. McCarthy in "Psychology Today". "The obvious answer would be that the decision is likely to rise by majority of women, as every third woman of chronic listlessness reports." However, if McCarthy is actually in heterosexual relationships, especially in couples beyond the 50, in the vast majority of the man, who steps on the sexual brake. "It's not that he stops wanting sex," says the psychologist. Rather, the reason for avoiding intimacy in men in most cases in a loss of trust in their own erection and "performance" in sexual intercourse.
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"The man feels caught in a vicious circle of fear, tension and performance-oriented sex, in which he wants to quickly come to the act because he fears to lose his erection. This causes frustration, shame and finally leads to avoidance behavior," explains McCarthy, "explains McCarthy The male psyche. Unfortunately, it is rather untypical that affected with their partners: talking inside about their uncertainties - instead, they even tend to give them their discomfort and unconsciously to be responsible for the lack of intimacy. Of course, what makes the problem much worse.
of fear motivated sexlessness often harms the relationship
"instead of playing 15 to 20 percent a positive role in their lives and their relationship, sexuality has a 50 to 75 percent a negative impact that the affected persists and hurt their bond", Write McCarthy. After all, it does not matter if we are 30 or 70: Sex generates intimacy, improves well-being and body feeling and raises the mood. And a (involuntary) does not give up.
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therefore recommends the expert to overcome anin the long term, ideally a: N therapist: in seeking: that helps to uncover the causes and roots of the inhibitions. Apart from that, it can be a good start to blow down the common demands on eroticism and develop more appreciation for sexual caresses without traffic, eg. B. cuddling, stroking, Necking. After all, if you love each other, every kind of body contact is beautiful and satisfying. And we usually find that so - regardless of our gender.
Sources used: PsychologyToday.com, Amorelie
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