Sexuality in marriage

A great sex life doesn’t just happen! It must be nurtured and attended to. Many things can affect our desire for sex: physical health, personal history, and relationship dynamics and expectations. Exploring these three areas will help you rekindle your passion for one another.


Sparking the ho-hum sex life

As sex therapists, we often hear stories from husbands or wives who are suffering in a sexually deprived marriage.

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When couples hear the words scheduled sex, many just laugh and say, “You’re kidding, right? Sex is supposed to be spontaneous! Nobody schedules sex...
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Like most newlyweds, Josh and Lauren had anticipated the unity and ecstasy of married sexuality. Even though their honeymoon wasn’t perfect, they...
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Pornography was once a vice of the fabulously wealthy. No one else could afford it. When Tiberius Caesar wanted to indulge, he had to purchase...
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Q: My husband feels frustrated that I don’t want to have sex with him more often. But after a long day at work, I’m usually tired or just not in the...
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I was sexually abused as a child and my spouse was promiscuous during adolescence. Now these issues from the past have come back to haunt us. As a...
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My husband has a very low sex drive, and this has been a source of endless pain and frustration for me. It’s confusing, too, since my situation doesn...