The effectiveness of attenuation of disadvantageous pair bonding from the past: a pilot study
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Arch Psych Psych 2006;8(3):65-83
The present article is the second part of a project dealing with disadvantageous pair bonding from the past. A review of the literature on psychotherapy of sexual problems is presented. The research part is of pilot character. It concerns assessment of the effectiveness of therapeutic procedures (such as visual imaginary) aimed at attenuating the past pair bonding. Major findings indicate that due to the psychotherapy there is a statistically significant: (1) improvement in the quality of sexual life, (2) greater desire for sexual intercourse with the current partner, (3) greater satisfaction with the frequency of the intercourse, (4) the frequency of thinking about having sex with a different partner during the intercourse with the present one was declined. These findings can be understood as result of using different techniques of past pair bonding attenuation, especially visual imaginery.
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