Our bodies were designed to enjoy sex. So why do so many women not enjoy it? Whether they have a lack of desire or arousal, inability to orgasm, or simply some mental hangup, women who don’t enjoy sex are missing out, not only on pleasure, but on all the health benefits of an active, enjoyable sex life.
Sex improves our self-esteem, our relationships, and our personal sense of wholeness. It also improves our health by slowing down the aging process, lowering blood pressure, reducing cardiac disease and increasing relaxation and wellbeing. In fact, studies have shown that those that suffer from sexual dysfunction also suffer from reduced physical and emotional satisfaction and general wellbeing.
Enjoying sex is important, and like most things in life, you need a little practice and guidance before you can get good at something and really start falling in love with it. Just think, would you like tennis if no one showed you how to play and you felt embarrassed? Would you like cooking if you didn’t know how to heat food up and you were getting more and more frustrated? Sexual mastery and enjoyment requires knowledge, practice and making the mental connections you personally need to play the game. And once you start playing, you’re going to quickly fall in love with it. Doesn’t that sound fun?
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