generally happy, except...
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My sex life is the main area I'd like to change (or other issues with physical attraction).
Sex life? What sex life? For some reason the mutual chemistry isn't there from the start.
It's great for a while but then the passion just ebbs away.
I, or my partner, find it hard to relax, or to 'let go'. (Including feeling shame, frustration, or orgasm and 'performance' issues.)
I am (or my partner is) sexually attracted to other people, even though we love each other. I feel bad about it.
I'd like to understand and be understood by those closest to me better.
Sometimes I just don't know how to say what I'd like, without risking upsetting them.
I find it hard to show that I understand, without them thinking that I'm analysing or judging them.
I'd like to be closer and share more feelings. I want intimacy, but I don't want to come across as needy or strange.
I'd like my partnerships to be more intimate and long lived.
There's a point were a great relationship starts to become hard work, even though we still have chemistry. Finding someone else is no trouble, but I'd like more of a solid partnership, that stays fun.
I actually don't mind having short relationships at all, except that it seems like something I should grow out of.
It's not that we fall out, it's just that things get less interesting and exciting, or we don't have a sense of what we're building together. I don't know how to stop that from happening.
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