Having more sex in coronavirus? COVID-19 stole my hot newlywed sex.

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Many of us have written or read articles about how self-isolation has been surprisingly exhausting. The mental and psychological toll related to stress, anxiety and uncertainty in this time of pandemic weighs a hell of a lot on our minds and bodies. We’re not as productive, we’re unmotivated, and we’re going to bed much earlier than usual. Even so, I just don’t have extra energy to give to sex. I need a solid 10 hours of sleep these days just to feel even remotely normal.

My PTSD and anxiety are through the roof — more so than usual. It’s a full-time job right now just to keep my f*cking sh*t together, and imagining having sex every day just because we’re both home is a prospect that exhausts me even further. I’ve never had an on-and-off switch when it comes to sex. With a history of being sexually assaulted, I require an extremely secure environment before I can let…

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