Sexual desire is a feeling that can be changed, but should you change it?

Are there sexual desire differences in your marriage?

Chances are you just said “Yes.”

Because it’s virtually impossible to be perfectly matched.

So what can you do about it?

Most people want to change their desire.

Society tells us that the lower desire partner should increase their desire.

(Because clearly, that’s the “better” way to do sexual desire.)

Why would you want to change your desire?

Really think about that.

Would it make things easier?

Would it mean that you are a better, less broken person, and whatever is wrong is now fixed?

Would life just be better?

When we think things will be better on the other side, we are robbing ourselves of the joy of now.

Because the truth?

Accepting and loving yourself exactly the way you are right now is the key to “better.”

And then you may want to change. Or you might now. But it will be because you want to, not because you think it will make things better.

The energy behind your action makes a difference friends.

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PS. Can I ask a favor? I am about to embark upon 30 blog posts in 30 days. Would you comment or email me what questions or topics you would like addressed regarding loving your sex life more? I would be ever grateful.

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