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(p. 97) Mastering Your Sexual Problem 

(p. 97) Mastering Your Sexual Problem
(p. 97) Mastering Your Sexual Problem

John P. Wincze

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date: 17 January 2021

Chapter 11 outlines ways of mastering your sexual problem and putting together all of the information that has been discussed so far. Methods of identifying your sexual problem are detailed, along with solutions for personal sources of sexual problems (negative information about sex from your upbringing, negative sexual experiences, depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems, same-sex attraction, or not having enough time for sex) and also for interpersonal sources (when a partner brings a sexual problem into your relationship, when communication is a problem, when you are angry at your partner, when you are not attracted to your partner, when you are attracted to other people besides your partner) and medical sources (substance abuse problems, prescribed medications, chronic illness, and acute medical conditions).

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