ISD AND RELATIONSHIPS

While ISD is sometimes caused by physical problems and often relates to individual emotional problems, there is always a connection between ISD and your relationship. ISD always affects and is affected by your relationship. Even if, like Maggie, you are at first reluctant to believe it, as you read this chapter and take a closer look at your own relationship, you will find that a connection of some kind does indeed exist.
ISD is never just your problem or just your partner’s. How can it be, when one partner’s low or absent sexual desire inevitably shapes the sex life both partners share? However, the connections between ISD and relationships extend well beyond the damage done after one partner loses interest in sex. Not only do hurt feelings and conflicts over sexual desire problems spill over into the rest of your relationship, but they almost always reflect unresolved relationship problems that existed prior to the onset of ISD. In fact, if your relationship is already floundering, a sexual problem like ISD may be a symptom of the tension in your relationship, as well as the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
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ISD AND RELATIONSHIPSWhile ISD is sometimes caused by physical problems and often relates to individual emotional problems, there is always a connection between ISD and your relationship. ISD always affects and is affected by your relationship. Even if, like Maggie, you are at first reluctant to believe it, as you read this chapter and take a closer look at your own relationship, you will find that a connection of some kind does indeed exist.ISD is never just your problem or just your partner’s. How can it be, when one partner’s low or absent sexual desire inevitably shapes the sex life both partners share? However, the connections between ISD and relationships extend well beyond the damage done after one partner loses interest in sex. Not only do hurt feelings and conflicts over sexual desire problems spill over into the rest of your relationship, but they almost always reflect unresolved relationship problems that existed prior to the onset of ISD. In fact, if your relationship is already floundering, a sexual problem like ISD may be a symptom of the tension in your relationship, as well as the straw that breaks the camel’s back.*109\261\8*

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