Summary of Vivienne Cass, Ph.D. s The Elusive Orgasm
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Women differ in their ability to orgasm, and it is not a problem for some women. For others, it is a major problem. If you do not orgasm, and are content with this, save yourself the cost of the book and don’t read it.
#2 There are many women who have lost the ability to orgasm. In the twelve months prior to a study being conducted, 31. 6 percent of American women had never, rarely, or only sometimes felt an orgasm.
#3 To help you better understand your orgasm difficulty, you must first identify what type of orgasm difficulty you have and why. This is important if you’re going to choose the right program to overcome it.
#4 Orgasm difficulties can be caused by a variety of factors, such as being engaged in a specific type of sexual activity, having sex with a particular person, or having sex with a particular type of person.

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Date de parution 11 mai 2022
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EAN13 9798822505537
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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Insights on Vivienne Cass and Ph.D.'s The Elusive Orgasm
Contents Insights from Chapter 1 Insights from Chapter 2 Insights from Chapter 3 Insights from Chapter 4 Insights from Chapter 5 Insights from Chapter 6 Insights from Chapter 7 Insights from Chapter 8 Insights from Chapter 9 Insights from Chapter 10 Insights from Chapter 11 Insights from Chapter 12 Insights from Chapter 13 Insights from Chapter 14 Insights from Chapter 15
Insights from Chapter 1



#1

Women differ in their ability to orgasm, and it is not a problem for some women. For others, it is a major problem. If you do not orgasm, and are content with this, save yourself the cost of the book and don’t read it.

#2

There are many women who have lost the ability to orgasm. In the twelve months prior to a study being conducted, 31. 6 percent of American women had never, rarely, or only sometimes felt an orgasm.

#3

To help you better understand your orgasm difficulty, you must first identify what type of orgasm difficulty you have and why. This is important if you’re going to choose the right program to overcome it.

#4

orgasm difficulties can be caused by a variety of factors, such as being engaged in a specific type of sexual activity, having sex with a particular person, or having sex with a particular type of person.

#5

If you’re experiencing orgasm difficulties, you’re probably also feeling frustrated and disappointed with yourself. This is a common occurrence, and it’s important to recognize that there are no legitimate reasons why women can’t orgasm easily.

#6

The twenty-five reasons why women have difficulties with orgasm are: their past efforts have not brought them the sexual feelings they want, they are not aroused enough to orgasm, they are having sex and enjoying it, or they’ve continued with sex despite being very frustrated and negative about the lack of orgasm.

#7

The pressure to orgasm can become too great, and it can become the only reason for being sexual. You may feel that you should have an orgasm so as not to disappoint your partner.

#8

If you’re ready to take the pressure off yourself, check to see if there is anyone else pressuring you. It could be a husband, partner, girlfriend, lover, or fiancé.

#9

There are hundreds of women just like you who are experiencing the same difficulties. Your friends may not openly discuss these things, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t experiencing them.

#10

Orgasms are one way we can enjoy pleasure and express ourselves sexually. However, sex should not be focused on orgasms. It should be about enjoying the pleasure we can get from expressing ourselves sexually.

#11

If you have a male partner, you may find that he doesn’t fully understand my last point. Men are typically less focused on sex than women, and they are more likely to view an orgasm as the goal of sex.

#12

If your partner is a woman, you may experience different issues to deal with. She may seem understanding of your difficulties, but she may also not encourage any sexual activity at all. This can easily happen.

#13

The Elusive Orgasm is for readers who are ready to change their sex lives, and who are willing to put in the work required to do so. It is not for readers who are not ready to change their sex lives, or who cannot handle the information it contains.

#14

There are many causes of orgasm difficulties, and each type needs to be given attention. By reading through the chapters on each type of orgasm difficulty, you can find out which one fits you best.

#15

If you want to choose the right treatment approach, you must first find out what stops you from having orgasms. There is no point in trying to change things if you don’t know what you have to change.
Insights from Chapter 2



#1

Women with orgasm problems usually have no difficulty feeling sexual desire or getting aroused to some level. The problem is that they don’t feel any sexual pleasure.

#2

Women who feel little or no sexual desire have a different problem than women who struggle with the difficulty of orgasm. While the two problems are related, they are different. The causes of lack of sexual interest are often different from those of difficulty with orgasm.

#3

There are many women who simply can’t see what all the fuss is about. And the truth is, there is far too much fuss made about the topic of having an orgasm.

#4

Orgasms are not difficult to understand. They are the result of intense pleasure, and they are extremely important for your sexual health. If you’ve never had an orgasm, it’s difficult to understand what they are like.

#5

Consider why you don’t want to orgasm. Is it because you want to put all your energy into a special project at the moment. Or is it because having an orgasm is not important enough for you.
Insights from Chapter 3



#1

We’re all supposed to know what an orgasm is, but who gives us this information. Our parents. Heavens, no! Our school friends. Unlikely. Our teachers or sex educators. Rarely.

#2

Sexual arousal is the process of becoming turned on, and it is a feeling of pleasure that seems to center in our genitals and spread throughout other parts of our body. It is caused by temporary changes in our body, thoughts, and emotions.

#3

Sexual arousal begins when an event, object, or person sexually excites us or stimulates our interest in sex. We develop a set of sexual triggers, which are learned as we’re growing up and throughout adulthood.

#4

Your sexual triggers are different from those of other people. You might, for example, find a catchy grin extremely sexy, while another woman may not even notice it.

#5

The way we feel about our bodies and our sexual responses varies from person to person. Some women may not feel sexually excited when their breasts are touched, while others may feel extremely aroused.

#6

The woman’s feelings of sexual pleasure will usually get stronger if she is aware of what she needs to build the feelings and is able to ask for this from a partner or to do this for herself.

#7

The parts outside our body include the vulva, parts of the clitoris, the vaginal entrance, the urethral opening, the perineum, and the anus. The organs inside our body include parts of the clitoris, bulbs of the clitoris, the vagina, the urethra and urethral sponge, the perineal sponge, and the uterus.

#8

The vulva is the outer lips and the pubic mound. It is the modern term for the area outside of the body that is covered in hair and sensitive to touch. The outer lips contain many small blood vessels which fill with blood when a woman is sexually aroused.

#9

The clitoris is made up of many parts, some of which are outside and some of which are inside the body. The glans is the most important part, as it is extremely sensitive. The body of the clitoris is made up of a different type of erectile tissue from the glans.

#10

The clitoris is the sexual organ that swells and gets erect during sexual arousal. It’s not just the shaft and glans of the clitoris that swell, but other areas that also become erect when you’re turned on.

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