My wife and I went through all the exchanges and she said they were ok but still wanted to have "regular" orgasm sx. She was quite unhappy with non-orgasm sex. It seems to me that when a person has this "regular" type of sx then they don't want to "do it" very regularly and so I've noticed since that the regularity of us being intimate has greatly dropped to about once every 1 - 2 weeks. Personally I don't ejaculate and therefore I retain that energy so that I'm interested in doing it more regularly. I've found that after a week or so it is very difficult to remain in my "normal" frame of mind and balanced. I have a strong desire/craving to have sex with my wife but she just isn't interested. Anything approaching the subject of this with my wife causes her to get very angry and say that I'm "pressuring", etc and all advances on my behalf are pushed away. Due to this I've been doing a lot of investigation into practices for singles to help to deal with this huge energy. I find that after a week or so, I can have trouble getting to sleep and although the body is tired, there's a part of me that isn't.
Anyway, I found a good book by Mantak Chia (Taoist Tantra Master) called "Taoist Secrets of Love: Cultivating Male Sexual Energy"
This is the one for women: "Healing Love through the Tao: Cultivating Female Sexual Energy"
This has some good daily practices for single people that can have a huge effect on balancing the sexual energy. Some of those practices though activate the sexual energy but stopping before orgasm and tensing certain muscles (Perenium) and visualising and moving energy up the spine. I guess this may result in an increase in dopamin, however, because there's no loss of energy then there's still that feeling of love without the downside or negatives that you'd get if you did have a full orgasm and ejaculated. This also helps to have sex in a "regular" fashion with a partner without being overly sensitive and causing an accidental orgasm. You can still move around a lot so that you partner can still have an orgasm if that's what they want but also at the same time retain the energy and increase those loving feelings. Tensing certain muscles gives you a lot of control over your own body to orgasm. Some of the practices for singles are similar with stimulation to activate the sexual energy and then channelling it up the spine and then down the front to the stomach. I've tried this sort of exercise in the past but it never seemed to work very effectively until I did the singles practices that actually activate the sexual energy. Once that energy is moved from the sexual glands to other parts of the body then I can feel a distinct relaxing and those cravings and desire to have sx are gone for the day. This works in the short term, but I've found after a period of time of a couple of weeks of not having sx then there's a different type of pull or compulsion to join in an intimate way with my wife. It's like it's not a sexual drive but a drawing to her to be part of her and join with her, and I always feel much closer to her and much much more balanced overall afterwards and have a strong feeling of love for her.
I'm not saying this is a replacement to the practices that are highlighted in the book, but may help some people who have a partner that isn't interested in them and who may want "regular" style sx. The practices in the book can greatly help you to learn to channel and move the sexual energy so that it doesn't build up in the sexual glands and make you go crazy. In fact the practices greatly increase your overall energy and you could literally go all night every night if that was what you and your partner wanted.