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The aim of this study was to describe and analyze subjective sexual well-being in terms of emotional and cognitive evaluation of the individual's sexual function in adult Norwegians. The from this study are based on 1, Web interviews among to year-olds randomly selected from Synovate's eBase. The showed that sexual well-being decreased with increasing age and the of years married or cohabiting. Young women were more satisfied than young men, and older men were more satisfied than older women. The presence of sexual problems heavily inflicted sexual well-being, as well as living with a partner or not.
Subjective sexual well-being was also related to the person's habitualized negative or positive thinking about oneself. In a therapeutic context, restoring sexual function and increasing the client's self-esteem may be the way to increased sexual well-being. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine. Cited by lists all citing articles based Sex partner Schaller Crossref citations.
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Sissel Schaller Cand. s Received 05 Aug ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to describe and analyze subjective sexual well-being in terms of emotional and cognitive evaluation of the individual's sexual function in adult Norwegians.
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Subjective Sexual Well-Being in a Web Sample of Heterosexual Norwegians