Online Counseling To Reconnect
Most couples want a satisfying sex life. Many individuals have difference pictures of what that looks like. Having an open and positive conversation with your partner is the most important way to achieve sexual satisfaction for both of you.
Many people feel uncomfortable or insecure discussing sex with their partner. It can also be difficult to critique the acts of your lover in the heat of the moment. Learning when and how to positively coach each other will lead to not only better sex but a better relationship overall.
It can feel awkward to tell your partner what you really want in bed. Whether you are a heterosexual couple, LGBT+ or want to explore other sexual activities, there are ways to spice up the play in the bedroom that feel safe and fun for all people involved.
Neuroscience of Sex
Your brain is the largest sex organ in your body. In fact, people who are paralyzed can have erections and maintain an active sex life. Understanding how the brain operates while in love, during sex, and every moment in-between can help you unlock a more satisfying sex life.