“Once your learn to appreciate the small victories there is no need for a finish line.” —Anonymous

Orgasm. The big “O”. Climax.

It doesn’t matter what you call it, it’s a loaded topic and one that we are going to dig into because there’s a lot behind this for both men and women.

We’ve heard from husbands and wives who are frustrated when she isn’t able to orgasm.

We’ve heard from wives who are frustrated that their husband asks them all the time if they had an orgasm.

Or others who are OK having sexual intimacy without one for her.

There is so much energy wrapped up in 6 little letters: O R G A S M.

The measure by which so many people determine their self worth in a sexual experience.

Did you or didn’t you? Becomes the only question as to whether or not the time together was a success.

And yet, at what cost is this question being asked?

There are a number of studies that show that women report having an orgasm only about 65% of the time and men report orgasm 95% of the time.

There is a real gap that is playing out in your bedroom.

A woman’s ability to orgasm is impacted by a number of different factors:

  • Medications
  • Stress
  • Self esteem
  • Boredom (doing the same thing every single time)
  • Relationship satisfaction
  • Shorter sexual encounters

There are so many factors at play in a woman having an orgasm and yet if the ultimate goal is only this one thing the two of you are missing out on having an incredible connection.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about should an orgasm be the ultimate goal for you and your spouse every time you have sex.

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