Close your eyes. Breathe in deeply from your belly through your nose. Hold. Breathe out a soothing exhale through your mouth. Now do that a couple more times, focusing on your breath. If thoughts come flooding in, that’s okay, just let them pass.
Do you feel like your partner wants sex all the time? Or perhaps you’re the opposite and feel incredibly rejected because your partner never wants sex. Or maybe you’re somewhere in the middle.
How do I go about initiating sex? This is a question that comes up often with clients who feel anxious or less experienced when it comes to sex.
any different ways for relationships to play out - traditional, non-traditional, and a plethora of ways in between (because what’s traditional really, except a cultural manifestation of current expectations?).
Is the g-spot real? It seems like a mystical, magical spot that people only say exists, but does it really?
I assure you that every person that walks through my door (or these days, pops up on my computer screen) has a desire to be known. We crave being seen and understood.
We are all sexual beings, and while some folks may not experience desire, arousal, etc. the majority of people do, and those with disabilities are no exception.
So many people struggle with self-care because they feel guilty that they’ve stopped to do something for themselves. That’s selfish, right? Wrong!
For many people, waiting until marriage is an important tradition or belief in their lives. But it's not always an easy transition. Here we talk about moving through this new transition to a greater exploration of your sexual self.