The economy may be killing your sex life
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|Thu, 01-26-2012 - 5:01pm|
Psychologist, therapist and TODAY contributor Gail Saltz says a lot of people these days are preoccupied with money worries. She senses that many more people are experiencing anxiety and stress, and possibly depression, because of the economic pressure of the past four years.
“And when people are worried, they don’t feel like having sex,” she explained. “This is especially true for women. It is darn near impossible for a woman to have an orgasm if she is terribly anxious. A woman can physically have sex, but desire, arousal, orgasm, everything across the board is affected.”
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