Where in our lifespan do you see that most sexual intimacy problems begin to develop?
"Let's say you're looking at this list of core sexual needs that need to be met," explains Liz.
"What starts to happen is a lot of them aren't [met].
Body acceptance is not there, there isn't much affection or touch. The child suffers. Even without knowing the child suffers.
You also don't have a lot of attachment to the parents and sexuality ends up inserted in there somewhere too early or inappropriately and you end up getting the recipe that starts to spell intimacy problems.."
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