Characteristics of Functional and Dysfunctional Couples Dysfunctional: Being together and unhappy is safer than being alone. Functional: Being together brings us joy and happiness. Dysfunctional: It is safer to be with other people than it is to be alone and intimate with our partner. Functional: Being alone and intimate with our partner is as safe …∞
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Coaches enable couples to adapt to rocky times People in recovery from alcoholism, addiction ACOA or other codependency may need sexuality therapy to enhance lost intimacy. This article may be a guide to seeking help. When Stephen Braveman suggested to his wife that they needed sex therapy, he did so with trepidation. He worried he’d …∞
Good-Enough Sex” model presents a commonsense yet comprehensive perspective that challenges simplistic notions of sex
Intertwined between the sheets are not only two bodies but also the emotional and psychological aspects of their personalities
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