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You are not alone. CSSA’s goal is to assist sufferers of chronic disabilities in every way possible. Leaving out intimate and sexual relationship issues would be leaving out a large part of our silent suffering.

Bedroom Talk is the place for you to ask questions about any problems you may have with how illness has affected your sexual and intimate relationships. We all have problems in every other area of our day-to-day living due to our illnesses. So why shouldn't we have problems in the sexual and intimacy areas of our lives? The fact is, most chronically ill people do have problems in these areas. Unfortunately, many people choose not to talk about these sensitive issues because they don't have anyone to talk to or someone who would understand them. Also, most people are embarrassed or ashamed to reveal problems in such a very personal area of their life.

This feature is designed with you in mind.  "Kelly", a fellow sufferer and professional, has answered questions related to this delicate topic.


Click below to see your questions and Kelly's reply:

She is still the one

Wondering in Wyoming

Dave

Debbie in Wisconsin

Barb

Bob in Atlanta

Susan and Eric

Chris

Carmen in Indiana
 



Fibromyalgia and Female Sexuality - a book which covers four areas: Fibromyalgia and Intimacy; Fibromyalgia and The Menstrual Cycle; Fibromyalgia and Pregnancy; and Fibromyalgia and Menopause


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