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Heather
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Joey has an excellent new piece up today I think some of you will appreciate: http://www.scarleteen.com/article/body/how_to_understand_identify_and_make_choices_about_desire

Want to talk about it more?

We could certainly talk about:
• What it's felt like for you, or hasn't
• What your concerns are about it
• Learning to be okay with how it tends to come and go, or how it isn't there sometimes when we'd really prefer it was (or someone else would like us to be feeling it)
• Differences in desire between couples
• Or something else!

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