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What Is Vaginismus? – 5 Common Causes and Treatments

What Is Vaginismus? – 5 Common Causes and Treatments

What Is Vaginismus? – 5 Common Causes and Treatments Vaginismus is a condition affecting women that causes muscle spasms of the pelvic floor muscles. No matter the cause, it can be very painful for those who have to deal with it. There are different types of vaginismus, and people experience

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Does Erectile Dysfunction Mean He is Not Into You?

Does Erectile Dysfunction Mean He is Not Into You?

Does Erectile Dysfunction Mean He is Not Into You? One of the most common myths that I have to debunk in sex therapy relates to erectile dysfunction. So many people think that erectile dysfunction represents a lack of attraction. This sometimes is true. However, I have seen people put so

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Body Shame and Sexual Dysfunction

Body Shame and Sexual Dysfunction

Body Shame and Sexual Dysfunction Many of us have experienced body shame at some point in our lives. We can think we’re not fit enough, thin enough, big enough, etc. Can these insecurities lead to sexual dysfunctions? Of course they can. It’s impossible to avoid some level of body shame.

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Help! My Partner Isn’t Sexually Attracted to Me

Help! My Partner Isn’t Sexually Attracted to Me

Help! My Partner Isn’t Sexually Attracted to Me Many aspects make up a successful relationship. Physical and sexual attraction are only two components. But, they’re also very important ones. When your partner doesn’t feel sexually attracted to you, it might not seem like a big deal at first. But, it

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Nurturing Intimacy: How to Initiate Sex in a Long-Term Relationship

Nurturing Intimacy: How to Initiate Sex in a Long-Term Relationship

Nurturing Intimacy: How to Initiate Sex in a Long-Term Relationship The beginning of every relationship starts with the mystery and the discovery of who your partner is. Exploring what they like usually generates excitement, play, and desire. This passion fuels your relationship and stands in the place of things yet

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How to Add Kink to Your Relationship Without Destroying It

How to Add Kink to Your Relationship Without Destroying It With Mr. Grey’s debut in the movie series, 50 Shades of Grey, kinky sex has become popularized in a way that brings it out of the closet and into the light. Couples are becoming increasingly interested and comfortable exploring the possible

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Relationship Issues: When Does Porn Use Become a Problem?

Relationship Issues: When Does Porn Use Become a Problem?

Relationship Issues: When Does Porn Use Become a Problem? As a kid, you might remember searching for your dad’s stack of Playboy magazines in the garage or the adult section of the video store hidden behind a velvet curtain. Today, however, porn is much more readily accessible with online sites

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What do Emotions Have to do with Sexual Dysfunction?

What do Emotions Have to do with Sexual Dysfunction?

What do Emotions Have to do with Sexual Dysfunction? If you watch TV for any length of time, you’ll see a commercial for common sexual dysfunctions. You’ll see clinics who advertise the use of hormones to “treat” sexual dysfunctions. However, few will advertise the importance of your emotions in dealing

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Shame and Sexual Dysfunction

Shame and Sexual Dysfunction

Shame and Sexual Dysfunction In almost every case of sexual dysfunction, shame is not far behind. We are taught that sex should just work. If you love someone and you’re attracted to them, your body should just do what you want it to do, right? Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that

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Love and Lust Don’t Have to Be Opposites

Love and Lust Don't Have to Be Opposites

Love and Lust Don’t Have to Be Opposites It is common to read articles about “Love versus Lust.” However, these things don’t have to be on opposite ends of any kind of a spectrum. Love is often considered healthy, beautiful and “good.” So where does this leave lust? In this

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