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If you’re denying your spouse sex, you’re denying yourself the chance for a rich, happy marriage in and out of the bedroom. Many happy marriages go awry because of little known differences in the way each partner looks at, and reacts to, sex. Stereotypes are simply wrong when it comes to many men and women, yet no one is talking about it so no one knows how to bring the love back.

In this episode of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast with Sarah Hiner, internationally renowned relationship expert Michele Weiner Davis [https://www.divorcebusting.com/index.htm] joins Bottom Line Inc President Sarah Hiner to talk about the misunderstandings that can lead to distance in relationships and how easy it is to bring love and connection back to all aspects of your marriage.

Topics explored in this episode:

Sex-starved marriage defined (2:25 – 7:05)

Men’s biggest secret—low desire (8:03 – 8:58)

What sex really means to men (8:58 – 11:28)

Women’s fears of “being used” (11:28 – 15:50)

When women become mothers (15:50 – 17:00)

Even sex is a collaborative decision (17:00 – 20:40)

When sexual desire really occurs (20:40 – 22:27)

Spontaneous vs. responsive desire (22:27 – 24:35)

What holds “low desire” spouses back (24:35 – 27:32)

The impact of sexual rejection (27:32- 32:15)

How to reject someone (32:15 – 35:47)

Symptoms of a sex-starved marriage   (35:47 – 42:35)

One partner can change It all (42:35 – 48:31)

You can learn more about Michele and her work at her website, Divorcebusting.com, and her books are available on Amazon and all major booksellers.

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