Let’s say you’re a little bored with your sex life, and you’d like to spice things up a bit.  There’s a new “move” you’d like to try, but you’re feeling a bit anxious about suggesting it to your partner.  In his book, Intimacy And Desire, Dr. David Schnarch says that dealing with the anxiety you’re feeling leads to sexual maturity.  He explains that our early sex life is accompanied by cheerleaders, friends who cheer us on as we take each step from holding hands to losing our virginity.  Later, once we’re on our own, most of us stop growing sexually.  To continue growing, we must overcome that anxiety and try new things.

Read the full article here: Good Sex Is Not For Cowards