No Sex Marriage – Masturbation, Loneliness, Cheating and Shame | Maureen McGrath | TEDxStanleyPark

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Love? Marriage? Sex? Can a married couple have all three? Perhaps it’s unrealistic since so many marriages end in divorce today. Why is that? One reason might be that a reported 20% of all marriages are sexless and that number is rising. Why have we lost the lust in our marriages? Is it technology, is it trust? More importantly, how can we “get back at it” in our marriages today?

Maureen McGrath – [email protected] – hosts the Sunday Night Sex Show on News Talk 980 CKNW. She is a Registered Nurse, Sex Educator and author of “Sex & Health”.

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35 thoughts on “No Sex Marriage – Masturbation, Loneliness, Cheating and Shame | Maureen McGrath | TEDxStanleyPark

  1. All i see is women asking and asking for stuff, and never thinking about give, or at least to the degree in which they ask, it's like a tamagotchi, you gotta check up on it twice an hour, you 't in like 3 days? There, an affair, it's your fault, by the way.

  2. Marriage is such a an old, no longer needed, institution —- it is a CONTRACT for god's sake!!
    The best way to go at it is to never ever never have just one woman to sleep with and never marry, that is according to nature.
    These people still want to fix this situation WITHIN the confines of the same old paradigm. If one person or both no longer feel desire for he other, all other nice feelings just will do the trick. Daily life is passion's killer.

  3. Wow… there seems to be a lot of man-bashing in the beginning of this video. 't seem very helpful to men who are already self-conscious about their performance, intimacy, etc. Thanks.
    Watched the whole thing though, but it definitely colored my perception. Made it hard to concentrate on the points she was trying to make later in the video.

  4. A lot of marriages end in divorce , simply because young people entering them have unrealistic expectations of one another. I personally blame all those romantic comedies and soap operas.

  5. "Complaining in UK is a national sport"
    I've heard from many other nations saying that, but maybe because stating "Complaining in [wherever] is a national sport" is a hidden complaint itself?)

  6. It's really great to see to see someone talking about this. I feel this should all be known in global culture. Life would be really beautiful.

    P.s. I feel we are kindred spirits, me and the announcer. I've had problems trying to put these thoughts into words. Now, Ive got the full glossary. Thank you Julian.

  7. Someone should go Clockwork Orange on (insert potentially orange politician here) and make him watch this till it sticks.

  8. Other tips that could help. Say to yourself:
    a. "This will pass"
    b. "Tomorrow I will regret it."
    c. Combine these with a visualization of yourself tomorrow and the feeling of regret, being slow, looking your best, etc.
    d. Now, leave the room with the food, situation, etc, and go do something else, preferably one you can make into a habit.

    > These negative feelings will overwhelm the positive reward from the food.
    > In the marshmellow study, distractions work for children, but thoughts, but doing something else.

    Extra Credit:
    e. Go deeper and find out what triggered the craving – often a negative event of some sort, and reframe it.
    f. if it is a temptation from being in the room or around people, reconfigure or reframe those as well.

  9. I ’t think addicting on tobacco is that much problem there is better problems that makes you talk to yourself over and over

  10. I've watched this twice and it makes absolutely no sense to me. How does being aware of a craving make it go away?

  11. Frankly , I 't get what he's trying to say . Should we succumb to our cravings while being aware of them ? One part is clear , he wants us to be mindful of our thoughts . But I disagree with the whole aspect of engaging with them.

  12. OMG I have just seen your website!! The basic 8 day course costs over £800.00!!! Why do these things have to be SO expensive? It means most normal people can't afford it. 🙁

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