You think sex therapy may be helpful in your situation, but you’re uneasy about it.  Perhaps you’re worried that there’s something seriously wrong with you, or that your relationship will suffer if you focus too much on the problem. You may even worry that if sex therapy doesn’t work, it means the situation is hopeless. There are several routes you can take to explore sex therapy, including sexual self-help books and DVDs which describe exercises that a therapist might assign, speaking to your doctor, and speaking to a sex therapist. Being able to talk over your concerns with a professional will probably ease your fears. If your partner is hesitant, you can seek treatment alone.

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