sexual incompatibility

The mental substrate on which sexual dysfunction rests—the lack of ‘chemistry’ between sexual partners

sexual incompatibility

Sexology The mental substrate on which sexual dysfunction rests, where the 'chemistry' between 2 sexual partners is no longer, or never was, there
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There may be a temptation to assume that sexual conflict is the same as sexual incompatibility or that sexual conflict is the result of perceptions of sexual incompatibility especially given that most definitions of conflict include some reference to incompatibility of goals (cf.
There have been instances of women being divorced on the trivial issues like she not cooking tasty food, walking ahead of her husband and serious issues like insufficient dowry, sexual incompatibility, man's extramarital affair and at times even in the heat of the moment like when husband is upset or in an inebriated condition.
The domestic life of Brick and Maggie, in A Cat on Hot Tin Roof, is at risk because of their sexual incompatibility. Psychologically speaking, Brick is sexually passive and Maggie is sexually active.
One of the reasons that most marriages fail is because there is a growing sexual incompatibility. Research shows most happily married people in their 70s and 80s still have a functioning sex life and so they should."
Sexual incompatibility: Long commutes and work hours that come with a Dubai lifestyle not just lead to stress and obesity but also affects sex drive.
I had nothing else in my life." But inevitably, these relationships foundered on the bedrock of sexual incompatibility, and the men found love with other menas happens to Pfeni, the Wendy figure in The Sisters Rosensweig.
Sexual incompatibility among partners can be attributed to many events like childbirth, stress, or loss of a loved one.
This world is dominated by men, often single, in romantic relationships which are strained due to the usual conflicts of contemporary life, including infidelity, sexual incompatibility, a failure of trust--or perhaps just a desire for greener pastures.
The two plays "Frigidity" and "Dregs" deal with sexual incompatibility among married couples, a subject that was judged by many conservative Latvians as inappropriate for public presentation.
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