What a Difference 30 Minutes Makes
Here’s the story:
Jack meets Jill. They fall in love. They get married; start a family. She stays at home to take care of the kids and the home. He goes to work and tries to provide for the family. They prosper. They continue with their roles. At some point, they start to lose touch. She buries herself in making the home, raising responsible children, participating in her own activities (PTA, book club, gardening …). He consumes himself with his work. He spends more and more time at the office. He spends more time with his co-workers and his secretary than he does his wife. He comes home exhausted, with nothing else to give.
The kids grow up. They leave the home. One day, our couple realizes they are home alone … together for the first time in 20 years. They look at each other. They have no idea who this person is. Worse, they have some resentment towards each other.
They come to the clinic wanting to revamp their sex life.
How does our medical team approach our couple? Stay tuned.
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