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Curse of a Sexless Marriage

I’m here to talk about long-term relationships and marriages when the sex life either disappears or is changed drastically, and one or both people are unhappy. It is so common, I think most of you would be surprised. People come into couples counseling and talk about it all the time. It’s natural; life is complex, our sexuality is a complex thing, and when you’ve been with somebody for a long time, life events happen, things change that get in the way. Here is some of the main ones that I find:

The first thing is that if you’re resentful, you’re bickering and you’re fighting often, this gets in the way of sex. You have to understand that. There’s a difference for most of us, we cannot push through; we need to feel we care about our partner and we like our partner in order to feel sexual. It is important for most people. If this is you, you really need to work on your communication, you need to get some help – if you need it – with your resentment, and you need to work that out with your partner for your sexuality to improve.
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By | January 17th, 2014|Relationship Advice, Sex|Comments Off on Curse of a Sexless Marriage

The Openness Principle in Healthy Relationships

I’m here to talk about the fundamental principles that are in healthy relationships. It’s important for us to take a step back and look at the bigger picture of what really allows us to thrive in a relationship and what really puts us off on the other path of not doing well and not being happy together.

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The Openness Principle in Healthy Relationships

Hello, my name is Sevin Philips. I’m here to talk about the fundamental principles that are in healthy relationships. It’s important for us to take a step back and look at the bigger picture of what really allows us to thrive in a relationship and what really puts us off on the other path of not doing well and not being happy together.

The general principle that I notice is a general principle of openness, adaptability, changeability, being flexible with each other even when things are difficult in a relationship, that allowance – that kind of communication – really allows couples to change, to move, to adapt, to handle things and really to learn how to love and trust each other. Having that room in a relationship allows for really big lives. When you have a partnership where each person has a big life and you also have an amazing relationship, everyone is for the better.

On the other hand, some of us struggle with trust, insecurity. These things are very difficult and it drives us to behave in ways that are clingy, needy, possessive, controlling – ideas in which sometimes we want to close the relationship down and keep it from being bigger. Maybe we limit our friendships or the times that we have with other things outside the relationship. These typically don’t go so well for those couples.
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By | March 15th, 2013|Dating, Personal Growth, Relationship Advice, Romantic Relationships, Sex|Comments Off on The Openness Principle in Healthy Relationships