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It Is Best to Seek Sex Therapy BEFORE Issues Arise

You and your partner are happy. And I am happy for you! You both feel fulfilled, and you help each other experience fantastic, earthshaking orgasms. This is what you want! And this is what we all want for you. I would still recommend that you...

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How Much Has Your Sex Life Changed Since You Became Parents?

When a child arrives, so much changes. When I first became a parent, I thought of it like a color wheel. Picture that spectrum of color what you can see — reds, blues, yellows, greens. You can see all of those gradations of shade. Light...

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“Should We See A Sex Therapist?”

Is It Time For Us To See A Sex Therapist? This question is one that many couples are afraid to ask. While “couples counseling” may come up more frequently and more readily, sex therapy requires an additional jump. For some couples, they worry that even...

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Sex Therapy Tip? Don’t Skip the Foreplay!

In most human endeavors, preparation is key to success. Intimacy is no different. Foreplay, or sexual touching, flirting and other activities leading to intercourse, is often dismissed as an unimportant waste of time before the ‘main event.’ But nothing could be further from the truth....

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Sex Therapy for Singles

Sometimes people seek out a sex therapist because they want to address uncomfortable patterns in their sex life. For example, they may feel numb during sex, lose interest in partners after one sexual encounter, or feel unable to give or receive love through sex. Others...

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Dating and Sex After Divorce

After being with one person for years or even decades, it can be daunting to re-enter the dating pool. Every split takes two, so it is useful after a break-up to reflect, mourn the loss, and think about what you could do differently in your...

Overcoming Sexual Trauma

Sexual violence is a violation of our right to make choices about our bodies, and can change our relationship to our own sexuality. It is normal to have a range of symptoms after trauma. Common ones include: Avoiding sex or approaching it as an obligation...

Anorgasmia – A Common Issue Discussed in Sex Therapy

An orgasm is an intense feeling of pleasure and release of tension, with or without involuntary, rhythmic contractions of the pelvic floor muscles. It is the feeling of being “spent.” If you are unable to reach orgasm after a reasonable amount of stimulation, and this...

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Learning to Regain Intimacy Through Sex Therapy

Research says the average couple has sex about once a week. But there is no “normal” frequency. The right amount of sex is the amount that is right for the two of you. However, ‘no sex ever’ can be a problem, especially if one member...

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Why Sexual Health Matters And The Benefits of Sex

What is sexual health and why is it important? The World Health Organization describes it as follows: Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as...

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