Have you ever wondered if how much you have or want to have sex is “normal”? If the answer is “yes” then you are not alone – it is one of the questions Dr. Valeria and I hear most often in our practices.
After all, for better or worse, we often can’t help but compare ourselves to others around us and try to figure out where we fall. But what is normal according to actual data? And what should you do if you don’t seem to match it or feel that there is a mismatch between you and your sexual partner(s)?
Have a listen to Episode 93 of the Get Sex Smart podcast to find out:
- what amount of sex is most common according to the most comprehensive surveys on the subject and how much sex is too much or not enough;
- what the definition of a “sexless relationship” is;
- why so many of us want to know this in the first place and the positive and negative sides of this comparison;
- the factors that might contribute to or explain a sudden drop in libido;
- how to become more satisfied with the amount of sex you are having;
- ways in which you can address a sexual desire or frequency mismatch in your relationships;
- what feelings and needs hide behind the desire for more sex;
- how you can start the conversation about and get a feel of the sexual frequency needs of a new partner and establish how sexually compatible you are.