Anyone Heard Of "the Coolidge Effect" ? A Scientific Reason For Our Sexless Marriage.
Ok so", the only thing I know for sure is that I know nothing at all" Socrates. I just found this article, so I do not know yet how it plays into why a woman would lose all desire, but it surely may to women who have too much. They say us women hit our peak later in life, is this to conceive before its too late? Or is it just our hormones changing? Why I wonde.r do some men say they have always had a high desire for sex, yet some could careless? Maybe the make up of some men just are not driven to contribute to the gene pool of any. Is it subconscious? Or Physiological? They say many illnesses are responsible for lack of desire, um maybe sick people shouldnt contribute to the gene pool ? Only the healthy males? Yet with the many things we today use to stimulate our pleasure centers of the brain, some of us who shouldnt contribute, are, therefore creating more of what our systems are trying to weed out. We are led by social pressures and set moral lines intellectually, yet our brains and our bodies are fighting against us in some mad silent war to preserve the human species?
here is a paragraph of an article from Psychology Today written by Marnia Robinson
Our genes want us primed to pursue promising genetic opportunities even if we risk not "living happily ever after." Even if mates manage to stay faithful, this neurochemically induced dissatisfaction can make them see each other somewhat like another serving of "Hamburger Helper." Sure enough, research shows that spouses tend to find each other more irritating the longer they are married. (The Coolidge Effect becomes more evident after lovers' initial booster shot of honeymoon neurochemistry wears off, so new lovers inevitably believe they are immune—as do people who are not getting enough loving.)http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/cupids-poisoned-arrow/200907/what-if-she-were-always-in-the-mood