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Here are more questions from my interview with The Stephen and Chris Show.

Chris: What’s the difference between single woman sex and married woman sex?

My Answer: When you think about how the average person learns to have sex, it was a short time period encompassing a small amount of knowledge. That limited learning is what we take and use for the rest of our lives. This single-sex formula works great when we are single for a number of reasons. However, once we get into our long term relationship, it stops working—especially for millions of women.

What the happily ever after people neglected to tell the average couple is they need to have a different type of sex—married-sex. Luckily, the transition from single-sex to married-sex doesn’t have to be difficult.

Chris: You think that good married sex goes beyond the orgasm-why?

My Answer: Men and women were told that because a woman can have an orgasm, she will be sexually satiated. It’s my experience that many women can and do consistently have an orgasm during the sexual experience and yet she is not sexually satisfied once the sex is over. Therefore, there must be more to the sex than having an orgasm.

Women need to feel that when they walk into the bedroom, they will be nurtured. Single-sex rarely provides the nurturing she needs.

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