If sex is so fantastic why don’t we have it more often!
Who’s ever been too busy for sex?
Who’s ever been too tired for sex?
Who can’t remember when they last had sex?
It’s time now, to look at the “sexcuses” which get in the way of us enjoying regular sex. Let’s look at the top sexcuse. The Sexual TABOO! When I ask people who come for sex therapy, “What did your parents teach you about sex?” Can you guess what they say? They were taught nothing! Sex was TABOO! Some fathers even turned off the TV if there were people kissing! So let’s take away the taboo and have permission to have sex. (Just so long as it doesn’t hurt your spirit, mind, heart and body.)
It’s so easy for some people to make sexcuses!
For instance: One man complained that his partner was never ready for sex: If she hadn’t had a shower she was too dirty and if she had, she was too clean!
Here’s the most common sexcuses:
Can’t switch on/off
While it is true that children are not an aphrodisiac, it’s also true that you are never too old to think about or have sex. It’s sad that society thinks that old people should be finished with sex. I saw a lady who injured her back in a car accident and lost her ability to have an orgasm. When she complained about this to her lady doctor she was told “Oh well you are 50 now so you don’t need to enjoy sex”.
Now a common sexcuse is caused by Partner Problems! We need to be AWARE of MALE FEMALE DIFFERENCES. CAUTION – TIMING IS EVERYTHING! The truth is, women are happy to have sex if the timing is right
This point is especially crucial for guys to understand. Woman do love sex, but they need to share quality time first with their man, in order to want to have sex with him. For women, sex starts in the kitchen. This means she wants you to come talk to her about her day and her feelings FIRST.
The solution for sexcuses is to communicate and negotiate agreements.
If the brain is the most important sexual organ The tongue is the most important sexual tool! You’ve got to talk about sex – OUTSIDE the bedroom.
Dr Janet Hall is a Clinical Psychologist, Hypnotist, Author and Professional Speaker. She is the author of eight books on family and relationship issues including “Sex-Wise Teens” and “Sex-life Solutions”. She founded the Richmond Hill Psychology Clinic. http://www.drjanethall.com.au
Dr Jan featured regularly on the television program “Sex Life” as their female sex therapist/advisor. Her 19 mps in the Sensational Sex Series frankly and informatively discuss sexual issues ranging from sex therapy using hypnosis, to advice on creating and sharing sexual fantasies, and strategies for sparking up your sex-life. http://www.sex-therapy.com.au
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