Many women would describe a great relationship as one where there is a great deal of talk, sharing, emotional bonding, and a feeling of "love." Yet studies on this subject show that couples develop deeper emotional bonds through touch and tenderness than talk alone, and greatly increase their intimacy through pleasurable, fulfilling lovemaking.
In fact, sexual problems can roadblock intimacy -- lack of desire, unresponsiveness or inability to orgasm can leave partners feeling distant or unloved or blamed. A relationship where sex feels like a chore to the woman and like a favor to the man are headed for trouble, as is the relationship where sex is only mildly interesting or satisfying to one or both partners. Regardless of the "talk" intimacy, sexual issues can seriously undermine a relationship.
Family, home, demanding careers, busy social lives — all these leave women with little time or energy left when it comes to sex, especially if it isn't all that exciting for them in the first place! Traumatic experiences in your past may have caused you to fear or distrust sex and shut down your impulses. Medications, stress or health challenges can all interrupt the body's natural sexual responses.
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Believe me, women whose sexual satisfaction has been downplayed, are the ones who are capable of multiple orgasms! A full 46% of American women report little or no satisfaction in the bedroom. Somehow, these women have been settling for bland sex, unsatisfying sex, or no sex… and they are missing out on or ignoring the very thing that could give them what they really want:
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