One of the most common myths about long-term relationships is that passion is only for the beginning of a relationship and that it’s nearly impossible to know how to keep a relationship alive long-term…
What’s “the spark”? It’s that feeling of butterflies in your stomach, the electricity that passes through you when you touch the one you love, that deep down excitement. Some believe it’s inevitable that this feeling will dim and eventually disappear. This is a myth. While it’s normal to lose the spark in a relationship when you get comfortable, you can always get it back. And there are steps you can take now to avoid losing the spark at all
In this workshop our expert will share the top tips and practical ways to keep things fun and fresh.
Good sex is a multi-sensory experience that brings connection, closeness, pleasure and intimacy between two people. When you think about sex, the physical act is usually what comes to mind…
Sex that is portrayed in movies, on television or in porn suggests that you intuitively know how to turn your partners on. However, in reality, if you don’t talk about it, you won’t know. Sex can be fraught with a range of emotions, complicated histories, and assumptions.
Additionally engaging in the physical act is only part of what makes for good sex. Good sex communication is essential in order for it to be satisfying, healthy, and safe. Talking about sex helps you and your partner connect and learn about each other.
In this workshop our expert will share five effective ways to create better sexual communication with your partner and make sex actually fun and better.
We are all eager to improve our sexual wellbeing, especially since the pandemic. However, we face many challenges in execution, that includes valuing ourselves, treating partners well, building positive relationships, and communicating openly about sex and sexual health…
How we feel about ourselves and how we interact with others has a big impact on our sexual health, and the choices we make. Yet, traditional approaches to sexual health have often been narrow in scope, negative, and aimed at disease avoidance. As a result, we lack access to a positive, comprehensive framework for taking action to improve our sexual health.
Good sexual health is much more than biology, mechanics, and disease prevention. “Being sexually healthy means being able to enjoy a healthier body, positive relationships, a satisfying sex life, and peace of mind.
In this workshop our experts will introduce an innovative framework – Five Action Steps to Good Sexual Wellbeing – which addresses the key barriers to sexual health with practical tips and advice, conversaton starters and resource to learn more.
Tiny little humans that are often a direct result of this sexual act. Nevertheless, they have a way of upending our lives in beautiful and frustrating ways, and one major disruption is in how much harder intimacy seems to become…
Because so much changes when kids or babies enter the picture, it makes sense that the needs of our sexual response systems would change too. And sometimes, simply knowing that this can be a normal phase of your sexual experience can be enough to ease the stress, the feeling of failure, or the guilt of being unable to meet a partner’s sexual needs (at this moment).
In the workshop our expert will guide you through
Why are we so vulnerable postpartum?
Will our sex lives ever be the same after kids?
Where does all of this shame come from?
How do we TALK to our partners about sex after baby?
How to cope with the changes in intimate relationship and lead to more positive relationship outcomes
Asking out someone you like can be nerve-wracking, especially as a woman, you might find making that first move especially scary. A lot of us have been taught that it’s “unladylike” to be the initiator, or that our love interests want the “thrill of the chase.”…
If women were expected to take a backseat in education, politics, sports, and business, it’s no shock then that society also expected them to behave like the weaker sex when it came to dating and relationships. It’s so important that women know what they value in a partner and that they unapologetically look for those qualities when dating,
In this workshop, our expert will share the benefits of making the first move and how to practically and confidently ask for what you desire and deserve.
One of the most common problems couples face in relationships is a mismatched libido. This happens when one person has a higher sex drive than the other person. It’s a normal imbalance which can stay relatively steady throughout a relationship…
Sometimes, it’s no big deal and couples find ways to adapt to each other’s sexual needs and boundaries as they fluctuate over time. In other cases, it’s tougher to handle — mismatched libidos can lead to tension and confusion about things like how often a couple should have sex, what type of sex they should be having, and how important of a priority physical intimacy should be in their relationship.
You are not alone, Sexual desire discrepancy (the official name) is one of the most commonly reported reasons for couples to seek out counseling.
And Thankfully, it’s a solvable problem! The most important thing to know is that it doesn’t mean there’s a problem with either person in the relationship. Rather, it’s a more general imbalance that can be improved through experimentation, collaboration, and working together.
In this workshop, our expert will share practical tips on how to navigate the world of mismatched lividos with ease, how to walk around with consciousness, creativity , empathy and an open mind. So it becomes a project and not a problem.