Sex, and Sexuality

You could not feel more awkward. When it comes to sex you feel like you are living alone on some island in the middle of nowhere. There is no way that someone feels the way you do. It’s so embarrassing to admit what you’re dealing with. You’re worried about being judged, ridiculed or laughed at. What could possibly be causing you such turmoil? I’d say you either don’t have sex enough, if ever. Or you want to have it too much. Perhaps you’re attracted to the same gender, and very uncomfortable with it. Maybe you can’t figure out which gender you’re attracted to.

None of those fit? How bout this: You grew up a good kid, behaving like good kids do. You saved yourself for marriage and now, you’re married and you’re finding it hard to enjoy sex, maybe you haven’t even had it yet.

All you can think is, “Ugh, this is so hard to talk about.”

Therapy is your big moment to finally ask the question that has been burning inside of you… “Is there something wrong with me because I….” I don’t tell anyone what you say. And I’m sure I’ve heard a lot by now. You likely won’t shock me too much. What we can do is work together to decide what kind of sex life you think is ideal and do our best to get you there with someone you really care about.

 

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