Women loosing interest in sex
Women loosing interest in sex can be due to of lot of reasons like a bad experience in the previous relationship, mental block, upbringing, many are scared and shy or anything else. Other than this, there can be some medical reasons for loosing interest in sex.
To be attentive means one being interested, observant and ready to listen. When one employs these to the opposite sex, they are relaying positive attitude into the subconscious mind of the recipient they want to seduce. The partners targeted will process the information and relay out positive thoughts about the player. One of the most potent ways to seduce is attentiveness. There are many situations where this technique is useful.
Laverne is not alone in her experience. I hear this same thing from many of my women clients.
However, many women do think about romance, which can lead to sex. Women tend to think more about the process of intimacy – of fun, connection, and sharing feelings of love – rather than about the result. In fact, for many women focusing on the result is a turnoff.
You might want to start with looking at your own anger, frustration and hurt. These feelings indicate that your intent may be to control her rather than truly learn about what is going on between you that is causing the problem. She might be telling you that the problem is menopause, childhood abuse and the pressures of life because she might be afraid to tell you the real reason – which may be that she feels emotionally disconnected from you. Anger and frustration are the opposite of caring and kindness, and indicate that you want control over having sex with her, rather than being open to learning about what she is actually feeling and why.
If Laverne stops judging herself for not thinking about sex, and values what she contributes to their relationship, then perhaps she can also value her husband for his biology and for being the one to initiate sex. If her husband completely embraces his biology, perhaps he can fully appreciate what Laverne brings to the relationship regarding fun, love and connection. And he might be more wiling to tap into his ability to be romantic once he accepts this as a vital part of their relationship. By valuing themselves and each other for what they each bring to their sexual relationship, their differences can be a blessing for them rather than creating conflict.