What is sex therapy and how do you know it’s right for you? Read more to learn about sex therapy, what it does, what to expect, and how to get started.
You’ve probably heard of mindfulness before, but did you know that you can have mindful sex? Mindful sex can help improve desire problems, performance problems, and sexual dysfunctions.
Are you wanting to open your relationship but struggling with how to go about it? Learn more about how to have an effective conversation with your partner about it.
Sex is more likely to decline when a couple is going through a rough patch. If you find yourself having less sex than you’d like with your partner, here are some things to consider. Read More.
Depression can have a direct affect on sex from lack of desire to sexual dysfunction. Read to learn more about the depression symptoms that affect sex and what can be done about it.
Your partner’s ED is not about you or whether he finds you attractive. It can be difficult to separate yourself from the issue. Here are some tips on how to talk about and to not take it personally.
The stigma and shame around sexual dysfunctions are the biggest barriers to treatment. In therapy, participants will learn how to cope with the issue and how to improve it. Read to learn more.
Having different types of sex not only wards of monotony, but it also stokes the embers of eroticism and desire. Learn more about 3 different types of sex.
One of the simplest and most effective ways to strengthen a relationship is by going on dates. Need ideas? Check out our 13 date night recommendations in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Desire discrepancies are one of the most frequent challenges couples face and it’s a common topic in couples counseling. Learn more about it and how to get in the mood.
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