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7 questions you've always wanted to ask a sex therapist
Even couples who think that they have things wired in the bedroom can learn a thing or two from sex therapy. Here, per Dr. Snyder, are some key s that you and your partner might want to arrange a sex therapist sit-down. Why, you ask?
Seeing a sex therapist is often a logical way to start. Negative feelings can easily erupt into arguments. Which in turn prompts further avoidance, and so on.
Seeking to avoid sex or being glad when sex is off the table cuts yourself off from intimacy with your partner, which can have ramifications that extend beyond the bedroom. That kind of avoidance will usually end up turning yourself off, which can make any sexual problem worse.
Sex therapy: what men and women should know
You might think that seeing a therapist will help iron out out all of your problems, but the truth is, they might not be trained to deal with sexual matters. All it knows is how to have a good time. You and your spouse have agreed to see a couples therapist and make your marriage work.
And while your marriage is growing stronger, things between the sheets are still cold. Please try again. Give us a little more information and we'll give you a lot more relevant content. Your child's birthday or due date.
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By Jeremy Brown.