Recovering alcoholics, addicts and co-dependents often suffer divorce. Divorced people are very vulnerable to alienation and isolation as well as open targets for 13th steppers.
After a divorce, there will come a time to begin thinking about having a sexual relationship again. Often times when divorce has occurred, the couple had not been sexual in some time because the relationship had been on the decline.
When people get out of the routine of being physical with a partner, it can sometimes push the desire for physical closeness right out of one’s vocabulary and sight. Sexual desire is manifested by having a regular rhythm of sexual experiences. In other words, you become at risk for becoming a sexual camel or having the ability to go long periods of time without being sexual and without noticing if you get out of practice. And, the longer you are out of the game, the less you may notice.
When you don’t feel very sexual, how can one awaken their sexuality? What steps do you take to connect back to yourself sexually? The following are some guidelines to help find your lost libido and get back into having some physical intimacy in your daily life.
- First, recognize that there is a problem.
- Next, try and come up with your theory as to why you don’t feel any libido.
- After this, look for the effects of sexual upbringing on your life.
- Take inventory on your sexual image.
- Self-pleasure should also be introduced to help your libido at this point.
- Finally, learn to be aware of your sexual feelings, which exist separately from a partner.
Finding your lost libido after divorce is an important journey in moving forward with your life. Getting back on track physically will aid you in moving you to the next step with partner dating, commitment and having a good sexual relationship once again.
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