As humans we long for the security of consistent intimacy. A lot time and energy goes into our desire to experience companionship, safety and an ongoing sexy interaction with someone we’re deeply connected to and turned on about being with.
At the same time this ongoing closeness feels limiting. Attraction can fade after the “honeymoon phase.”
It’s easy to feel bored sexually. Most people also long for adventure, excitement, erotic creativity and new sexual experiences.
Traditionally this erotic paradox has been approached in three ways each of which have left many people unsatisfied and still hungry for a lasting sense of sexual satisfaction and erotic fulfillment.
Instead, the fourth option offers hope for deeply meaningful and lasting erotic fulfillment, but as you’ll see only it only helps if applied in a way that addresses the real underlying problem.
First, let’s start with The Pathological Perspective on Eroticism.
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