What do you do when you and your partner have mismatched sex drives? When you want more sex than your partner (or less sex than your partner), you end up with hurt feelings. The person who wants more sex often feels rejected and angry while the person who wants less sex often feels pressured and resentful. What you’ve been doing hasn’t been working or you wouldn’t be here right now! What you need is a new perspective and a new approach, so here are my top five tips to create the intimacy you’ve been craving if you and your partner have different sex drives.
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Laura M. Vowels and Kristen P. Mark, “Strategies for Mitigating Sexual Desire Discrepancy in Relationships,” Archives of Sexual Behavior 49, no. 3 (2020): 1017-1028.
Sari M. van Anders et al., “The Heteronormativity Theory of Low Sexual Desire in Women Partnered with Men,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2021): 1-25.