More Than Monogamy

Meagan Thomas Uncategorized Leave a Comment

What are we?” “What does this mean?” “Is this something my partner will be ok with?” “How do I tell my partner I need something I am not getting?” All of these are valid questions when getting involved with someone, especially sexually. Too often when we start relationships, partners are on different pages when it comes to defining their relationship. …

How You Define Sex Matters!

Jasmin Ahluwalia Uncategorized Leave a Comment

What is sex?  Is it about intercourse? Is it about orgasm? Does it include penis and/or vagina? What is your definition of sex? Does this definition of sex allow you to fully explore and connect with your sexuality or does it limit your expression of sexuality?  How you define sex matters as that can influence your sexual attitudes and beliefs …

Let’s Talk About Postpartum Sex!

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Relationships change.  We all know this.  But do we really understand what that means?  Relationships can change for a variety of reasons, one of the biggest ones being after a child comes into the family.  A couple can go from having sexual encounters many times a week….to none at all (at least for the first few weeks).  This can result …

The Myth of True Love

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In the wake of Valentine’s Day, the topic of love lingers like a thick cloud in our cultural air. Ideas about “true love” bombard us in candy hearts, pop songs, and Disney princesses. Such commodities and messages promise us sparks of lasting romance, if only we can find that one person who would provoke such feelings in us. We long …

Perceptions and Popular Misconceptions about Porn

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Let me just come right out and state the premise of this blog post: Pornography is not sex education. For some, this may seem obvious. However, in my work as a sex therapist I see case after case of people struggling as they are not living up to “societal” expectations of themselves as sexual beings. These expectations are often reflected …

Sex is a Mirror

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We all look in the mirror. Some of us may look in the mirror daily; others may try to avoid mirrors at all costs. Why is this so? Mirrors reflect part of our identity back to us. Mirrors reveal the reality of what we look like in the world. While we each have our own subjective experience of ourselves, mirrors …

Sex- Beyond Intercourse!!!

Jasmin Ahluwalia Uncategorized Leave a Comment

As sex therapists, we are continuously talking about sexual health with our clients. But what is sexual health? World Health Organization defines sexual health as “…a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity. Sexual health requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and …

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby!

Meagan Thomas Uncategorized Leave a Comment

You know the story, two people meet each other in a totally random situation, hit it off immediately, and have incredible, mind blowing sex. Really?! I work with clients who, while they are interested in having mind blowing sex, are not. This could be for a variety of reasons, such as body image issues, past childhood trauma, stress in their …

Are You Having Good Enough Sex?

Dr. Krista Nabar Uncategorized Leave a Comment

If you are in a relationship and struggle to be on the same page with your partner regarding the sexual aspects of your relationship, allow me to introduce you to the man who is going to help you develop a mutually satisfying and pleasurable sexual relationship. His name is Barry McCarthy, and he has written and collaborated on some of …

Great Expectations: Helpful or Harmful?

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But what happens when someone expects something of their partner that may not be realistic? This is often apparent in the realm of sexual dysfunction, and the disconnect between expectations and reality may drive people to seek help for their relationships. The disconnect can be fueled by misinformation and lack of knowledge of how our bodies function sexually. A good …