SEX AND SEXUAL PROBLEMS: HYPERSEXUALITY

That being said, there is a point when unsatisfied sex drive in both men and women can interfere with the day-to-day running of your life; where thoughts and activities are so acutely directed at satisfying that drive that they push all other priorities out of the way. We call that ‘hypersexuality’. If that is the case, and the individual perceives it as a problem, then a sex therapist can often help sort it out.

At the other end of the scale is lack of desire. This can mean that you just don’t spare any thought for sex — you really can’t be bothered. By comparison, it doesn’t seem to cause as much trouble for the individual unless they are in a relationship where their partner is dissatisfied. Lack of desire has many causes and it can be an occasional thing, a short term phenomenon related to work or family worries, tiredness, illness or maybe being angry with your partner about some day-to-day nonsexual issue like forgetting your birthday or pranging the new car. Fran has three young children. I know that if I have something on my mind like no money in the bank to meet the mortgage payments that month and Ron won’t sit down and talk to me about it, I get really tense and then I find it really difficult to show any interest in sex at all. Once we work out the “living together” issues, I let down the emotional barriers and the sex seems to sort itself out too.

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