The importance of sexual self-disclosure to sexual satisfaction and functioning in committed relationships.

@article{Rehman2011TheIO,
  title={The importance of sexual self-disclosure to sexual satisfaction and functioning in committed relationships.},
  author={Uzma S. Rehman and Alessandra H. Rellini and Erin E Fallis},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={8 11},
  pages={3108-15}
}
INTRODUCTION Past research indicates that sexual self-disclosure, or the degree to which an individual is open with his or her partner about sexual preferences, is a key aspect of sexual satisfaction and that partner's lack of knowledge about one's sexual preferences is associated with persistent sexual dysfunction. AIMS To replicate and extend past research by examining (i) how one's own levels of sexual self-disclosure are related to one's own sexual health (after controlling for partner's… CONTINUE READING

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