Rejected for Sex? Here are 5 Reasons Why.

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Rejected for Sex? Here are 5 Reasons Why.

Am I really going to share five reasons why your advances were rejected?

Of course, I am going to talk about why you were rejected for sex.

Understanding why your advances were rejected has the benefit to help all parties involved.

Let’s get to improving that sex life!

1. Lack of Sleep. 

Sleep deprivation causes so many issues all of which can interfere with sex. Here we have a lack of energy which can lead to a decreased interest in sex and low testosterone levels. Frankly, it can also mess with the niceties of everything that comes before sex such as speaking to each other with love and respect in addition to feeling calm and happy. If your partner has rejected the idea of sex because they are exhausted then suggesting a nap can be just what the doctor ordered.

2. Medical reasons.Perhaps things are not happening in the bedroom the way that you desire. Maybe the flag is not fully saluted or perhaps the ladies among us are having issues with lubrication.

Reaction to medications, chronic illness, low testosterone and many other medically related issues can be interfering with your sex drive. You can look to Herbs For Better Sex, we can discuss some possibilities privately and it may also be a good idea to seek answers from your medical doctor.

 

3. Poor body Image.

Studies prove, over and over, that many people have no interest in sex because they feel unattractive. Do all you can to make your partner see all of the sex appeal that you see through your eyes. Describe all of the amazing things about their body, their face and all of the ways that they make you feel wonderful. In this last one, you can absolutely talk about all of the sexy things that they do but also talk about how they make you feel. 

4. Lack of Connection.

When we are emotionally connected to the person we are with we can turn to real and true lovemaking. Enjoy quality time together, have an uninterrupted conversation where you are truly listening to one another, and enjoy a meal that includes great Foods For Better Sex.

 

Lack of Foreplay. 

Foreplay is an integral part of really great lovemaking. This is the warm-up before the game. It is sexy and full of anticipation. It also serves a physiological purpose. Foreplay helps to prepare the body and mind for sex. It brings blood flow to some very important areas such as the penis and clitoris. Blood flow to the penis is needed for an erection. Blood flow to the clitoris is a very necessary part of orgasm. If you want some great help in the foreplay department then I highly recommend 101 Nights of Great Sex by Laura Corn.

So let’s wrap this up so that you can get all wrapped up in your lover. 

There are various reasons why sex may not be happening and there are many ways to make all of that change. Here I have touched on a few.

 

Please share your comments and let me know what questions you have too. You can post them below or email me at elise@askdrho.com.  

16 thoughts on “Rejected for Sex? Here are 5 Reasons Why.”

  1. Great post! So many reasons that can be addressed for a healthier relationship. Thank you for jumping in and opening up the conversation!

  2. Deborah A. Ten Brink

    I know, Dr. Elise, that this is not a humorous topic, but I tend to make light of things that hurt.

    At my age, I think I’ve experienced each one of these!

    It helps when you can see it all neatly laid out this way and see options for dealing with the issues. I, too, feel this will be so helpful to many people.

    We all deserve love, physical joy, and happiness.

  3. Hi Dr Elise

    Well you are so right and I agree with you 100%. This post will help families that are suffering because of rejected sex. Thumbs up for the post. Take Care

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in Mindset, Stress Management, Emotional Health and the Brain-Gut Connection to it all.

During Elise's 30+ years of experience she has been honored to work closely with health and wellness pioneers such as Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. John Gray, and several others.

Dr. Ho holds multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.