An ever growing number of mental health therapists are in agreement with a recent survey that shows 45-percent of Americans think their sex life is stuck in a rut. And, there is more. Seven in ten admitted that they could use a drastic boost in excitement. The study was conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with PinkCherry and reported in the NY Post.
And yes, there is even more. Two-thousand Americans were polled and 62 percent said they rely on the exact same position every time. More numbers: Three in five said thinking about a new sexual position is something they would consider-while some say they routinely practice sex in different rooms to change things up. And, a footnote-50 percent of Americans supposedly tried a sex toy (not sure if I believe that number) with 41 percent saying it can help make a relationship stronger.
While doing research on sex in the bedroom we discovered this from AARP on relationships for people over 50. Here is what the advocacy group has found:
◊ Rates of divorce after age 50 have doubled in the U.S. since the 1990s, while rates for younger couples are falling.
◊ One in 25 people over 50 were cohabiting with a romantic partner outside of marriage in 2016, a 75 percent increase from 2007 — and the biggest jump of any age group, according to the Pew Research Center.
◊ Looking to lose weight? NO-we are not suggesting you utilize divorce as an effective tool but, according to a recent study by the University of Arizona, newly divorced postmenopausal women lost pounds and inches compared with married and already single postmenopausal women.
Source: Gary R’nel
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