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9 Reasons Why Couples Work With a Relationship Coach

2022-08-03T17:05:44-07:00

I love my couples. They reach out for sex coaching, wanting to create a fulfilling sexual and intimate life. The number one obstacle to achieving their goals is sometimes an unhealthy relationship dynamic. For most of us, opening ourselves to sexuality with our partners requires trust, connection and a sense of emotional safety. If our relationships are being impacted by unhealthy dynamics that leave us triggered and harboring conscious or unconscious resentment, sexuality will be impacted or, at worst no longer exist.

9 Reasons Why Couples Work With a Relationship Coach2022-08-03T17:05:44-07:00

10 Tips for Talking About Sex With Your Partner

2022-07-29T13:52:02-07:00

Sex is probably one of the hardest things to talk about with a partner. It’s easy to take things personally because sex is deeply personal. Confessing our desires and asking for what we want takes courage and trust that your partner is going to hold your feelings with care. If sex is difficult for you to talk about the best thing to do is to start talking, but do it in a way that keeps you both feeling heard and understood.

10 Tips for Talking About Sex With Your Partner2022-07-29T13:52:02-07:00

Learning How To Talk About Sex With Your Partner

2022-07-21T10:24:23-07:00

“This is not what I signed up for, when we got together five years ago.” These words from a past client, ring in my head now and then, when I think about couples who are dissatisfied with their sex lives. You can feel in this sentiment, the utter frustration he felt when it came to his unmet expectations. Over those five years, something changed, or more than likely, was ignored in the excitement of a new relationship.

Learning How To Talk About Sex With Your Partner2022-07-21T10:24:23-07:00

How to be a Better Lover

2022-07-15T13:51:27-07:00

Most of the clients I see in my coaching practice share a common dilemma… They’re lacking sexual self-confidence. Life and circumstances have taken a toll on their confidence in themselves as lovers, and without that foundation of security, taking steps toward a better sex life, seems daunting and doubtful.

How to be a Better Lover2022-07-15T13:51:27-07:00

Abortion Bans and Their Impact on Sexual Desire

2022-07-05T11:22:59-07:00

Sexual desire is born out of a sense of safety. The safety felt with a trusted lover, the safety that our bodies will be honored, the safety knowing that sex is for pleasure and intimacy. There is no safety if sexual intercourse has the potential to irrevocably alter a woman’s life. There is no safety if a woman’s right to choose to conceive a baby or not, is stripped from her.

Abortion Bans and Their Impact on Sexual Desire2022-07-05T11:22:59-07:00

Awaken Your Erotic Mind

2022-07-01T15:54:42-07:00

Sex can invite us to be light and playful, and it can be intense and psychological. Sex can open our hearts to romance, or unite us in spirit. Sex can heal us of our pain, and introduce us to new-found pleasures. Sex can lead us into the deeper and more shadowy feelings that lie under the surface, waiting to be revealed.

Awaken Your Erotic Mind2022-07-01T15:54:42-07:00

You Can’t Argue Someone Into Loving You

2022-06-22T17:32:50-07:00

You can’t argue someone into loving you, yet in effect that’s the conflict that many no-sex or low-sex couples find themselves in on a daily basis. Chronic anger around a couple’s sexuality poisons a relationship and stresses their emotional bond. Although these pressure tactics can work in the world outside of the bedroom, power struggles in the bedroom only end in frustration and conflict.

You Can’t Argue Someone Into Loving You2022-06-22T17:32:50-07:00

The Plight of the Lower-Desire Partner

2022-06-15T15:30:01-07:00

Sexual desire discrepancy in long-term relationships isn’t an anomaly, it’s built-in to the lifestyle of cohabitation, and is pretty much guaranteed to develop at some point within the first 1-3 years of a new relationship. Desire discrepancy is normal, it’s to be expected, yet it remains one of the most painful and destabilizing challenges a couple has to face.

The Plight of the Lower-Desire Partner2022-06-15T15:30:01-07:00

From Drought to Desire

2022-06-09T15:51:57-07:00

No matter how dry your sex life is right now, there’s a path forward for you as a couple. Just like anything in nature, change is constant. Everything has an ebb and a flow, an expansion and a contraction, a rising and a falling. So it is with intimacy and sexuality in relationships.

From Drought to Desire2022-06-09T15:51:57-07:00
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