You know that feeling that suddenly hits you. You’re traipsing about in town and notice someone who gives you a jolt. Or it could be your partner coming out of the shower, smelling irresistible. Or, all of a sudden, your best friend feels… sexy?
12 things to consider.
We all struggle with communicating at times. We argue about the washing up, who’s going to pick up the kids, and when to have sex. These three things all have one common culprit: vague communication in relationships.
What your heart rate has to do with it.
And why knowing the difference matters.
And how the stages of love affect your desire and desirability.
Even if you’ve been together for decades.
And the lie Hollywood tells you.
When it comes to getting your sex drive back or finding out what triggers sexual desire – exploring lots of different avenues is important.
We’re not always aware of it – but negative emotions during sex can pop up when we least expect them to – ridding sex of pleasure and enjoyment.
The age-old question – answered by a sex therapist.
Yes – it happens to men too.
— As a sex therapist, I’m used to seeing couples who’ve lost touch. Couples who have forgotten why they fell in love or why they used to love having sex with other another. Being trained in sexology and psychotherapy, I know all about the different things that keep a relationship alive. If you’re looking for…
What good sex is really about – written by a sex therapist.
Explained by a sex therapist.
Without it – our relationships die.