Category Archives: Sex Therapy

So, You’re Not Having Sex?

Tweet A lot is being made in the media of how Americans having sex is dwindling. At first, I couldn’t make out really what was happening, and just wrote this off to a media spectacle, but the share of US … Continue reading

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Dealing with Sexual Performance Anxiety

Sexual performance anxiety can have physical or medical implications, but often times, our thoughts and emotions are blocking our ability to perform well sexually and enjoy sex. Continue reading

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Barriers to Sex

Tweet Sex is far from just the physical act. There are myriad factors that can contribute to the health of your sex life, from timing, to stress, to emotional issues that play in. We’re looking at some of the issues … Continue reading

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Am I A Sex Addict?

Tweet Desperate men, and the women who love them, often call seeking counseling for something that they’re not quite sure about. The words ‘sex addiction’ are thrown around a lot, considering that celebrities have probably helped to make it more … Continue reading

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Sexual Problems In Your Relationship or Marriage

A post about dealing with the sexual problems in your relationship or marriage, and five surefire tips to help you optimize your sexual performance and connection. Continue reading

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Sex and Intimacy: What She Wants (And May Not Be Saying)

Tweet Sex, like other things, couldn’t be fundamentally different for guys and girls. Sure, the act is the same, the fun’s the same, and it’s an (ideally) satisfying experience for both. What could be so different? Women have sexual needs … Continue reading

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