As you get older, the likelihood of experiencing sexual frustration increases no matter what your gender is. Try talking to your partner about the situation.
If together you cannot find a solution, perhaps a visit to your doctor is in order. He or she might be able to prescribe something that will help you out.
Sexual frustration can be a physical problem due to your private parts not working correctly when you go to have sex. It can also be a mental one, such as not being in the mood a lot lately.
Or it can be emotional where you are no longer attracted to this partner.
If you are experiencing sexual frustration at the moment, you need help to get to the root cause.
A frank discussion with your partner is in order, then maybe talk to a professional therapist.
Yes, yes, many men are sent off to find Viagra or another similar product to relieve their sexual frustrations. Does it really help?
Apparently, it must, as many men swear by it. However, it is only a short-term solution. In order to return to a normal sex life, you must get to the root cause of the problem.
Counselors are experienced in helping couples overcome their sexual frustrations. The counselor will help you discover what the problem is, then suggest some solutions.
Perhaps the cause lies within your current relationship. Has the spark between the two of you dissipated?
Are you no longer attracted to your partner? These kinds of issues need to be resolved first and foremost.
Whether or not you realize it, sexual frustration comes in different forms. There are some that deal with your own sexual performance issues.
Then there are those that pertain to your frustration with your partner. This section of our post will discuss them as well as what to do about them. Continue reading to learn more.
Two words – erectile dysfunction! That is the one that sends you looking for Viagra. As we said earlier, that is only a temporary solution.
You are better off finding out what is causing your ED and trying to alleviate the problem.
It might be that you are no longer in love with your partner.
The remedy for that is separation, perhaps permanently. It may be the only solution, albeit an unpleasant one.
This one could be caused by too much passion for your partner. You are so excited to be making love to them that you ejaculate almost immediately.
It might not be a problem for you. However, it could be for your mate who was hoping for a mutually satisfactory performance from you.
Now she or he is not pleased even though you are fine with it.
What in the world is that? It is when one or both people have difficulty reaching an orgasmic conclusion to your sexual encounters.
If this happens now and then, it is no cause for alarm. If it starts to happen all the time, you might want to look into it.
Something is wrong somewhere. A professional therapist can help with this.
There is such a thing as female sexual dysfunction. The condition can result in a lady feeling dissatisfied with her partner during sexual encounters.
A woman going through sexual frustration issues might have a hard time becoming physically aroused.
Maybe it is hard for her to have an orgasm right now or her private vaginal areas are dry and sensitive.
Not only is that unpleasant for her, but also for a man making love to her. Lack of motivation to have sex is a problem for her and her partner.
We would say a visit to a sex doctor is in order.
There are quite a few suggestions of the physical and emotional nature to explore. So, what are they?
Let’s examine some on this list that are offered by professional sex therapists.
- Watch ethical pornography (yes, it does exist)
- Find someone to have virtual sex with
- Look for a partner with whom you do not need to be romantically involved
- Sex therapists suggest regular masturbation sessions
- Sex toys that enhance the pleasure, not replace the need for human interactions
- Learn how to touch your partner in more stimulating ways
- Regular exercise, both sexual and non-sexual kinds
- Listen to romantic music while you make love
- Concentrate on the lovemaking instead of letting your mind wander
If the answer is yes, then you two must join together to find solutions to your sexual frustration.
Have a heartfelt talk with them and see if you can figure out what is wrong. Maybe medication is in order.
If the Viagra works for you and allows you to enjoy sex once again, then continue to take it.
It must be stated that you should talk to your doctor prior to starting to use Viagra or a similar product.
Has something traumatic happened in your life recently that is causing sexual frustration? If yes, then you should seek the advice of a psychologist.
Sometimes relief from this type of a cause can lead to a better sex life once again. You and your spouse could see the doctor together.
If you still love each other, then resolving your problems should be a joint effort.
Unfortunately, many people turn to someone other than their spouse to find relief for their sexual frustrations.
If you are truly at the point where you cannot get relief at home, then separating is better than having an affair. Either way, it is going to be a painful resolution.
Cheating is never the answer. You must find relief in an honest manner for the sake of you and your partner.
If you are already having an extramarital affair, you must determine if sex is really better with this new person than with your spouse.
If it is not, then the problem lies within yourself rather than your partner.
If you still love your spouse, then both of you should seek counseling.
This counselor should also have the experience to help you resolve your sexual frustration with each other.
Yes, it is. There are many options other than infidelity that can solve your dilemma. Sometimes age can play a role in this.
If you and your mate are both older now, it is possible you have outgrown the need for sex.
People, this does happen! Have a discussion with your mate about this.
Come up with a great way to move forward with your marriage, either with or without sex. Believe it or not, this CAN be done!