By Sara Dimerman
Do women really want less sex than men?
If you’re reading this book, chances are that you have questions or concerns about your sexual relationship with a significant other. You may be worried that you’re not having enough sex, or perhaps that you’re wanting too much. You may be concerned about the fact that you no longer seem to desire sex the way you once did, or that your spouse doesn’t seem to desire you. You may be running out of excuses to put off a partner with a much bigger appetite for sex, wondering why you find yourself constantly relying on excuses and questioning why there’s such a disconnect between the two of you.
Psychologist Sara Dimerman has been counselling couples for twenty-five years, and of all the reasons that they seek her help, problems in their sexual relationship ranks high on the list. When digging beyond the clichéd excuses, Sara discovers the underlying reasons that each has for wanting more or less intimacy with the other; and the impact that their current state of union is having on their sex life.
In her new book, Sara Dimerman explores patterns that crop up between couples and the problems that may be creating obstacles on their path towards bringing sex, sexual desire, and intimacy back to life and then helps them figure out what they’re going to do about it. Sara also reveals why so many married men and women are willing to risk losing everything they’ve built together over the years by engaging in sexual relationships with others, with or without the consent of their partners.