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Aversion to sex is not abnormal

Aversion to sex is not abnormal
My son is in class 7. Since the last few weeks, I have found him very irritated and disturbed all the time. His school grades are also suffering! We are at a loss. What should be done?
Agnish Khetry, Ludhiana

If you have high expectations from the children, they might feel pressurised. Do not force the children to get the best grades in school. They should do well in studies and other activities like music, sports, dance, etc. He would be stress-free. The emotional health of the child can get disturbed due to the hormonal changes in the body. Do not worry if the child shouts or yells at you. But if it happens every now and then, it should be taken care of.

Hi! My boyfriend and I broke up in February. I still miss him and want him back. How can I do it?
Jyoti Mathur, New Delhi
Breaking up with your partner can be very distressing and heart breaking. After break up, you and your partner need time to think about it and give an insight into whether you want to get this relation back or you want to move on in your life. Before taking any decision, you should understand the reason behind the break up and try to explore whether it was just because of any misunderstanding or it is related to personality clashes or ego problems etc. Admit your faults and try to understand problems of your partner as well. You should then talk about problems in your relationship and apologise for your mistakes as it will help in making  your love willing to come back to you.
You should have a positive outlook in being back in this relation and don’t stress on past.
My girlfriend doesn’t enjoy sex! Isn’t it unnatural?
Name unknown, Lucknow
 Some women struggle to enjoy sex. It’s a common issue and also a complicated one because the reasons for these feelings can vary widely from one woman to another. It can be a physical issue, a psychological issue, or both. And it can make women and their partners feel isolated or less connected. Some reasons why this can happen: Low libido, or what doctors refer to as Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD); Painful sex - This can include pain during sex due to menopausal vulvo-vaginal atrophy resulting from a lack of hormones as well as a burning pain syndrome of the genitals; Difficulty being aroused -  Sexual Arousal Disorder can originate in the genital area (comparable to erectile dysfunction in men) or an issue at the brain level (which is more common in women); Aversion to sex - Often, this is related to a history of sexual abuse and the Inability to achieve orgasm. Love her more and may be you can consult a doctor to help her sort this out.

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