Thursday, 8 March 2012

The Elusive Orgasm

If you or your husband have problems in the bedroom, the cause may also have to do with the dynamics of the relationship.

An ongoing study by Deakin University in Australia has published the results of how fear, or lack thereof, can have negative sexual activity have to be released.
What does a man need? As I understand it, is when you transfer too much of your happiness on another person's behavior. Call several times a day, centering your world around that person so that your mood depends on how the other person reacts not only be an inconvenience for your relationship, but also how well you connect sexually. Make a ton of sense to me.
According to researcher Christina Stefanou "The preliminary analysis showed that people who value intimacy and rejection or abandonment of such an extent that they become too dependent on their partners fear that a higher level of sexual dysfunction (ie had with sexual arousal, lubrication , orgasm and sexual satisfaction in women and erectile function, orgasm, intercourse satisfaction and overall sexual satisfaction in men). "
Strange, men, unlike us girls do not have similar problems when it comes to their own issues of intimacy, he says, "People who experience the discomfort with closeness and find it difficult to have to rely on their partners, higher sexual dysfunction ( with sexual desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, pain and sexual satisfaction in women, therefore, although no relationships were found with dysfunction in men).
Seems not quite fair, but since women are usually more emotional part of the equation, it is not so shocking that both ends of the spectrum may put a damper on our ability to enjoy sex.
Do these results make sense to you? Do you ever feel needy in a relationship? Attack them in your bedroom behavior? Have you ever been with someone whose need was off?

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