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And when I began to listen to the sexlessness of the couples that I work with, I sometimes would hear people say, "I want more sex," but generally, people want better sex, and better is to reconnect with that quality of aliveness, of vibrancy, of renewal, of vitality, of Eros, of energy that sex used to afford them, or that they've hoped it would afford them. There is no caretaking in desire. But we also have an equally strong need — men and women — for adventure, for novelty, for mystery, for risk, for danger, for the unknown, for the unexpected, surprise — you get the gist. Our need for connection, our need for separateness, or our need for security and adventure, or our need for togetherness and for autonomy, and if you think about the little kid who sits on your lap and who is cozily nested here and very secure and comfortable, and at some point all of us need to go out into the world to discover and to explore. So if there is a verb, for me, that comes with love, it's "to have. Some chronic marital conflict can generate a state of permanent hostility that prevents or blocks sexual expression. Some antidepressant drugs such as SSRIs can cause difficulty with achieving an erection or an orgasm. It's focus and presence. So what happens, if you want to sustain desire, it's that real dialectic piece. For journey, for travel. So when I began to think about eroticism, I began to think about the poetics of sex. It won't make a dent. The third child doesn't really come back. If everybody was fantasizing on a bed of roses, we wouldn't be having such interesting talks about this. And we think it's a given, and toys and lingerie are going to save us with that. Basically most of us will get turned on at night by the very same things that we will demonstrate against during the day. On the one hand you want the security in order to be able to go. In desire, we want an Other, somebody on the other side that we can go visit, that we can go spend some time with, that we can go see what goes on in their red-light district. Partners then feel resentment because of the perceived rejection by the partner who lost interest in sexual communication. What comes out there? And when you love, how does it feel? I am most drawn to my partner when she is away, when we are apart, when we reunite. Because sometimes, as Proust says, mystery is not about traveling to new places, but it's about looking with new eyes. Imagination, playfulness, novelty, curiosity, mystery. Laughter Applause So now we get to the existential reality of the story, right?
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