Hi, how can I relax my mind in order to have sex? I get anxious about sex and afraid, and that causes failure of penetration. I want to enjoy sex. Why can’t I relax my mind? What can I do? I have general anxiety disorder. Can that be related?

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  • Michael Castleman says:

    You have general anxiety disorder. No wonder you feel anxious about sex. I suspect the two are closely related.

    You’ve told me very little about yourself—your age, education, sexual experience, and whether or not you have a current lover. So it’s difficult to give very specific advice. But perhaps you’re anxious because you don’t know enough about sex to relax when having it. If that’s the case, I urge you to obtain a copy of my low-cost e-book, Enjoy the Best Sex of Your Life. It contains 134 articles on all aspects of lovemaking. The table of contents is listed in the Info Library. The e-book can provide you with a firm foundation of sex information. And that knowledge may help you relax.

    Beyond that, I suggest you investigate relaxation activities, for example, meditation, yoga, tai chi, or any form of regular exercise you enjoy.

    Finally, if you’re not being treated by a physician or psychiatrist, that may also help.

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