Can Hynotherapy Work For Us?

I have been in a sexless marriage for almost 4 years. We have been together for a total of 14 years, 7 years married and 7 years dating/living together. I noticed our intimacy problems almost immediately after we were married.
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36-40, F
3 Responses Aug 12, 2010

Ok. "Neither of us want to separate". "I am 38 and desparately want to be a mother"<br />
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These are the two primary motivations.<br />
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You could stay together and 'somehow' have a kid. Result = you bring a kid into a dysfunctional situation, with the pressures of parenthood probably making a bad situation worse. That's one choice.<br />
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You could see if you can retrieve this marriage - and when / IF you have, then think about introducing a kid. That's another choice.<br />
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IMHO, your maternal instincts need to go on hold until you sort this marriage out (if possible) or get out of it (if not possible). AND DO NOTHING ABOUT BREEDING BEFORE YOU HAVE EITHER RESOLVED IT OR DISSOLVED IT.<br />
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Tread your own path.

We have seen 3 different therapists. Neither of us wan to separate, but he is incapable of showing me any affection as well as sexual intimacy. I have read many of the stories here and can relate to most of them. I went through all of the same feelings. I am 38 now and desperately want to be a mother.

Presumably the Q is "can hypnotherapy solve the sex issue ?"<br />
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I have no clue to be perfectly frank. Only experience I've had with hypnotherapy was relevant to relaxation techniques some years ago - and it was of some help.<br />
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Would be most interested to hear how you go if you decide to have a crack at it.