This piece in the NY Times really hit the nail on the head for me: “It wasn’t burnout — we still had energy. It wasn’t depression — we didn’t feel hopeless. We just felt somewhat joyless and aimless. It turns out there’s a name for that: languishing. Languishing is a sense of stagnation and emptiness.
What’s different, what’s the same? Perspectives on intimate life during COVID lockdown. listen here: 27 minutes
Couples & Confinement: if you want to practice your French I’ll be on a French podcast Thurs 4/30 @ 9:30 AM Pacific, talking about relationships, sex, libido, the ins & outs of it all…in French. Oui oui. Listen here/Ecoutez ici If you’d like a Skype or phone session during there strange times Book online here, or
Dynamics in your relationship that are challenging may be more so during a shelter-in-place order. You don’t have to feel isolated. Book a therapy session on Skype.
She’s a clinical sexologist and a relationship coach, and she’s the author of the book “Erotic Integrity.” On this episode, Hilary and Sandra welcome Dr Claudia Six. She explains how being true to yourself sexually is so important in every healthy relationship. And if you are looking for the right partner, you might want to
I see so many older women suffer unnecessarily with low libido, painful intercourse and hot flashes due to misinformation re estrogen replacement therapy. Their relationships and partners suffer too. Sexuality is part of feeling alive. Make 2020 the year of better sex for yourself. Working with clients with Menopause & their partners Read this article