What is “healthy sex” anyway?

How often have you said “We don’t have sex that much anymore.  I wish I had more intimacy with my partner, I wish we were closer.”  After saying that have you been willing to take a good, hard look at yourself and what YOU do to prevent intimacy from happening?

People often want their partners to change.  They think that if their partner would just be this way or that, then all their intimate and sexual problems would be solved.  Well, good luck with that one!!

It seems that great sex evolves out of deep intimacy.  Really being willing to admit  the ways you knowingly dig at your partner, get defensive, make accusations or blame is hard work.

Are you willing to step out of your comfort zone and let your partner know who you really are?  Can you tolerate the upheavel, confrontation and anxiety that goes with being truely vulnerable?  If the answer is yes, then great sex is within reach.  Because being vulnerable and real allows for a wonderful closeness.  Then true sexual desire and eroticism blossom.  If the answer is “no” then you have to live with the discomfort of knowing that you won’t get what you want.  You choose!

Let me know what you think about this topic and for couple’s workshops and more on how to become sexually vital with your partner, go to www.passionatemarriage.com

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The Center for Healthy Sex (CHS) treats a broad spectrum of sexual disorders including; sex addiction, low sexual desire and sexual dysfunction. The experienced, highly skilled clinical staff of CHS offers intensive individual and group psychotherapy.

For more information visit www.thecenterforhealthysex.com or call 310.335.0997
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