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We’ve been discussing sexual desire in all it’s variant forms from extreme high sexual desire spouses who can’t seem to notice anything else in the world (here, here and here), to extreme low sexual desire spouses who wish that sex would just go away like a bad dream...
Carol (the other therapist I work with) and I attended a workshop on affairs awhile back and the presenter told us that one of the driving forces behind affairs was excitement.It is way too true.
Here’s an excuse that you can wrap your dead fish in and it’ll make the rest of your garbage smell like last Thanksgiving Dinner is out in your garage and it’s 95 degrees:
In this series of blogs on sexual desire, I’ve looked at the two extremes: A spouse who says they are not sexual at all and could care less if he or she ever is again (here and here) and a spouse who is so preoccupied with sex as to not have anything else on his...
Part Five On Sexual Desire; Part Two on Swinging: Swinging is NOT Swinging: The Tragic Side Or ‘Til Lust Us Do Part
This blog is part of a longer series of blogs on sexual desire (Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four) and Part Two on swingers and swinging. In the previous blog on swinging I suggested that swinging smacks of child sexual abuse for adults and that the spouse who...
Dr. Wall continues his series on Sexual Desire by warning against the perils of going outside the boundary of your marriage to indulge in sexual pleasure. Swinging, and her perverted sisters, is anything but, and you “swap” your integrity for a life of chaos and misery.
Dr. Wall continues his series on sexual desire by discussing the effect of porn on men’s minds and how it devastates meaningful, mutual, marital sexuality.
Dr. Wall argues that the statement “I’m just not the sexual type” is simply not true and the sooner we figure that out, the better our marriage and our sex lives will be. He warns that if we ignore this we do so at our peril.
Dr. Wall suggests that marriages cannot stay warm and tender without regular sexual encounters between husband and wife, so if one person in the marriage cuts that life-blood off, that person is spelling the demise of his or her marriage.
On Triangling: An Open Letter to My Niece, Cassi, and Her Husband, Cam, On the Birth of their Third Child, Son, Chase
Dr. Wall uses the birth of his grandnephew, Chase, to his niece, Cassi, and her husband, Cam (their third child), to discuss the important concept of triangling.
On Dr. Wall’s 35th Wedding Anniversary (June 21, 1975, Willmar, Minnesota at First Baptist Church) Dr. Wall shares a few thoughts.