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How to stop resenting your partner so that you actually want to have sex with them again!

“Resentment is the persistent feeling that you’re being treated unfairly – not getting due respect, appreciation, affection, help, apology, consideration, praise, or reward.”-Steven Sosny Unresolved resentment we carry towards our partners can have a MAJOR impact on our desire, and yet it’s one we talk about very little. Resentment closes down …

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How the 5 Love Languages can help you communicate whats missing in your relationship

Do you know how you give and receive love? There are apparently five main ways we do so in our relationships. These are known as the Five Love Languages, developed by Gary Chapman. And they can seriously improve your relationship AND your sex life. Now, you might think- how can …

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More intimacy doesn’t always mean better sex

Esther Perel is a brilliant sex therapist who writes ground breaking stuff about sex, relationships and desire. And although common knowledge seems to be that more intimacy means a better relationship, Perel believes that this can also spell disaster for our desire. Perel’s genius Perel’s view is that at the heart of …

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Do you believe these 3 myths about sex? If so, they could be killing your sex drive

There are some really unhelpful beliefs in society about sex, that might be killing your desire. Do you recognize any of them? Myth One: “Foreplay begins just before having sex” We all know the drill right? Women need longer than men to get warmed up for sex- say about 20 minutes …

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Do you recognise any of these 50 warning signs that you take each other for granted?

Is the romance dead? Feeling undervalued can have a big impact on your desire. We all want to feel special, appreciated, loved. And if this is lacking, and the effort has faded from your relationship, it can affect how much you fancy having sex. According to the Telegraph, these are …