Name Professor Course Date Abstract Sexual desire (libido or sex drive) is an interest in sexual activities and motivational state to engage in sexual activities or seek out for sexual objects. Sexual desire varies from one person to another which also depends on the circumstances at a certain time. Not everybody who experiences sexual desire and those who do not experience are termed to have sexual disorder. Sexual desire is controlled by brain and therefore it is biological. Sexual desire in females is both more fragile and complex than in males. It more tied to psychology than biology. Sexual desire in women is determined by what is going in their lives how they feel about themselves and the style of lovemaking from their partners. Therefore sexual desire is lower in women than in men. Male sexuality begins before birth and continues throughout the lifetime of a man. This is for partners to discuss this with help of professional assistant in order to solve conflicts and disagreements that affect their relationship. The first step in treatment of anorgasmia is understanding the root cause of the problem. Seeking advice from physician or therapist helps in preventing the problem from interfering with the love life. Counseling is one of the most methods of treatment of anorgasmia because it is mostly caused by psychological factors. Couple counseling helps partners to be able to have good relationship with each other and make them able to communicate freely without having any unease. Work cited McCabe Marita P. "Anorgasmia in women." Journal of Family Psychotherapy 20.2-3 (2009): 177-197. Meston Cindy M. et al. "Disorders of orgasm in women." The Journal of Sexual Medicine 1.1 (2004): 66-68. Lesley Stevens MB BS FRCPsych Ian Rodin BM MRCPsych in Psychiatry (Second Edition) 2011 Richard E. Jones PhD Kristin H. Lopez PhD in Human Reproductive Biology (Fourth Edition) 2014 [...]
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