The Flying Buddy Program
INHIBITED SEXUAL DESIRE: A LITTLE BIT OF KNOWLEDGE . . .
We hope you took the advice we offered at the beginning of this chapter and haven't jumped to any conclusions about yourself or your partner. You should not play amateur detective or sex therapist and start thinking "Oh, no! I do that. I must really be sick," or "Aha! My partner does that. I knew he (or she) needed help and now I can force him (or her) to get it!"
If you have been worried about your sex life or been having lots of arguments with your partner about sex before you began reading this book, you now have a better idea of what your problem might be. But there is a good deal more you need to know—even if you have already decided to consult a sex therapist or marriage counselor. For instance, you will be better able to help yourself and your partner once you understand why ISD occurs.
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