8 Tips to End the Power Struggle and Bring Sex Back to Your Marriage

I recently got hooked into a reality show on Netflix called Married at First Sight. It followed four couples who agreed to arranged marriages, meeting for the first time on the day of their wedding. Three relationship experts paired them from a large pool of applicants. The show follows these four couples for two months, from the honeymoon to sharing an apartment for six weeks while they work and live their day to day lives as a married couple.

8 Tips to End the Power Struggle and Bring Sex Back to Your Marriage2020-05-22T23:21:40+00:00

Leaping Out of My Comfort Zone (a true story)

The next time you hug your partner, or smile at them from across the dinner table, or take their hand when you’re walking together, speak your love out loud so they can hear it. Don’t assume they know you love them, or assume they don’t need to hear what’s obvious. Feel your love, find the words to express it and let them flow.

Leaping Out of My Comfort Zone (a true story)2020-05-15T22:10:01+00:00

8 Relationship Dynamics that lead Couples to my Virtual Door

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 conscience or unconscious resentment, sexuality will be impacted or at worst no longer exist.

8 Relationship Dynamics that lead Couples to my Virtual Door2020-05-08T23:22:44+00:00

Filling Your Partner’s Love Tank When It’s Clear They’re Running on Empty

In my Tips for Couples in Captivity blog posts over the past weeks I’ve been inspired by clients, both their questions and their solutions. What did I hear about this week? Couples want to take advantage of this at-home time together to focus on their relationship, everything from ironing out the conflict wrinkles to having better sex and intimacy.

Filling Your Partner’s Love Tank When It’s Clear They’re Running on Empty2020-05-08T23:26:25+00:00

The F Word

Once again, I’m inspired to write about a topic raised by a few of my coaching clients this week, the F word. The word that makes some of us open up wanting more and makes some of us close down, running in the opposite direction.

The F Word2020-04-29T16:31:12+00:00

Touching For Your Own Pleasure

Three recent conversations with clients inspired me to write about pleasurable touch, and why most people can dish it out, but they can’t take it. There is so much more to touch than laying our hands on another person’s body. There’s context, intention, expectation, desire, sensation, communication. Touch is a language not just between you and your partner’s body, but it’s also a communication between your hands and your brain.

Touching For Your Own Pleasure2020-04-29T16:31:43+00:00

There’s an Elephant in my Relationship

Let’s stop ignoring the elephant in our relationship and start talking about it. We can even thank the elephant for sticking around and reminding us that we’re ignoring our own sensual and sexual needs. You might ask yourself, what are my sexual and sensual needs? What would it look like to have them met? How do I want to be seen and accepted in my sexuality?

There’s an Elephant in my Relationship2020-04-29T16:33:42+00:00

Corona Buddies

9 tips on how to stay out of the roommate zone while in captivity... When we don’t have a work place outside of our home to create physical distance from our beloved partners, we need to rethink how to maintain the necessary ebb and flow of coming and going from each other’s company.

Corona Buddies2020-04-29T16:35:00+00:00