But wait, I'm jumping ahead of myself. As I've noted in many posts in answer to patients asking how to solve their erectile dysfunction and/or loss of libido (sex drive) , I always ask them to (re-)evaluate their relationship w/their partner. See, it doesn't matter how much Cialis, Levitra, Staxyn, Stendra or Viagra I prescribe the guy, if he's not in a loving relationship, he's not going to get an erection (he'll need to switch to alprostadil, whether Caverject, Edex or Muse, for an instant on, if you know what I mean).
Likewise, it doesn't matter how much testosterone I give someone. If he isn't in a positive relationship w/his partner, he won't be sexually interested in that person. Of course, the extra testosterone might stir up an interest in someone else who's more attentive but that's another movie to watch.
On the other side of the coin, women tend not to desire sex as much as they do love (correct me if I'm wrong by writing comments!) as noted during a discussion between Streep's & Jones' characters. More important for the guy to understand, women don't have an on/off switch, unlike guys who are visually oriented. Women need to be warmed up, so to speak, again as light-heartedly portrayed in the movie.
Tomorrow, we'll consider some options for Jones' character after he works on his relationship.