I’ve had an influx of readers and clients lately who have finally met the man of their dreams and are happily paired in a new dating relationship (after what seems like a lifetime of trying to find him), only to be disappointed and distressed when they discover the sex has gone flat and they’re struggling in the bedroom. They are thrilled to have Mr. Right in their lives, but they miss the sexual highs and adventure of their single life.
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