Nicole asks, “I discovered your interview with (Dan) Savage to be extremely enlightening and extremely emotional. As a married straight girl in a monogamous relationship with kids, I felt very triggered by the idea of ‘sufficient’. Am I sufficient? I’m consistently struggling to really feel like I’m sufficient of something, and I really feel like your podcast has began to assist me really feel settled into an concept that monogamy and marriage can present sufficient for each companions, whether it is considered as a journey and a aim. This interview ripped open some fairly deep and weak wounds surrounding being sufficient.”
Erica wonders, “I’ve been married to my husband for 9 years and collectively for fourteen. Even at first of our relationship the intercourse wasn’t as frequent as I’d have preferred, so I needed to. Now we’re married and I really feel just like the sissue is within the totally different intercourse drives continues to hassle me. I simply want to want extra intercourse than he does. He is aware of that I want he’d provoke intercourse extra, and we’ve gone to a few years of remedy. I worry this may by no means get higher. Is it silly to suppose my husband might change? Is it potential for males to change into extra assertive or change how typically they want intercourse? I’m afraid to get divorced as now we have a seven 12 months outdated son, however I feel i’m coming to phrases with the truth that this situation isn’t going away as I proceed to resent not feeling desired.”
Tune in to listen to Jayson unpack these poignant questions from fellow listeners.