What you should do whenever Trauma or Shame disrupts Intercourse in Your Relationship

What you should do whenever Trauma or Shame disrupts Intercourse in Your Relationship

What one partner assumes one other is experiencing or thinking is not always accurate.

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In intimate relationships where sex has fallen down, the advice that is standard “communicate” or “spice it up” (just as if. There is such a thing to enhance in the first place) has literally never felt like sufficient, particularly when you will find wider characteristics leading to deficiencies in intercourse, like traumatization, pity, or identity that is evolving. Continue reading