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The Most Common Sexual Complaint -- Now has a Cure!; New Treatment Available -- You No Longer Have To COMPROMISE!

SAN DIEGO--(BW HealthWire)--July 2, 1999--

The most common sexual problem among couples is SEXUAL DISCORDANCE -- the differing levels of desire that develop in relationships.

This issue has been ignored by psychologists because there has been NO TREATMENT available until now. In the past, when one partner wanted sex more than the other, sex therapists taught their clients to "learn to compromise." This is the standard answer among sex therapists said Dr. Grold.

Dr. Grold: "Couples don't have to compromise their happiness and pleasure, they have to learn to release their pleasure from a variety of barriers. Once the barriers are removed, the pleasure returns, as does the natural desire. Then both partners want to make love more often because the level of pleasure is so much more intense and rewarding."

Dr. Kevin Grold, the world's leading expert in the treatment of Sexual Discordance Syndrome (SDS), has developed a potent program using the mind altering powers of hypnosis. He calls his treatment program HYPNOSEX(R). Dr. Grold normally charges $600 for 3 personal HYPNOSEX(R) sessions, but now he has made the HYPNOSEX(R) program available to the general public through a 7 week self administered audiocassette course for a fraction of the cost. "It covers all the same issues and allows couples to move at their own pace," said Dr. Grold. The HYPNOSEX(R) program is designed for individuals who have no prior experience with hypnosis.

SELF EVALUATION FOR SEXUAL DISCORDANCE SYNDROME (SDS) -0-

 Consider your current relationship when you answer the following
 questions.

 1. Do you find yourself making up reasons not to have sex?

 2. Do you avoid situations with your partner that could become
 physically intimate?

 3. Has sex lost its enjoyment for you?

 4. Do negative experiences from your past enter your mind when
 making love?

 5. Do you feel that your partner is too inhibited or too sexually
 adventurous for your level of comfort?

 6. Do you find that you want sex significantly more or less than
 your partner?

 7. Do you have concerns about your performance while making love?

 8. Do you have concerns about your appearance while unclothed?

 9. Has sex become boring or monotonous for you?

 10. Do you feel that your partner has placed too much or too
 little emphasis on making love?


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