Today’s blog is going to be a departure from my usual SIX tips for this, SIX reasons why that. DESIRE VERSUS AROUSAL is a topic that seems to be up a lot these days for my clients. So I thought I’d write about that. The popular media are forever confusing the two. I define desire as the
Every once in a while I tell my clients what I call ‘Basic Truths’ – stuff I don’t make up but that is inherently true. Here are a few of them: If you want to be seen, you have to show yourself. Makes sense. Similarly, if you want to be heard …you have to speak
Erotic Integrity® may not be the first thing on your mind as you approach your first, second or third date with someone, but getting laid might be. To set yourself up for success in your sexual, as well as romantic, life, consider the following SIX points: Be clear about the kind of relationship you’re looking
Many times in my practice, clients have asked me how you know whether to stay in a relationship or go. Here is some of what I share with people at those difficult times.
Setting your man up to win might also sound like: “Sweetie, it would really make me happy if we had a date night at that French restaurant this Friday; I could wear my new dress and you’d look so handsome in that suit we got you last year. Would you be willing to make a reservation for
I got married in 2010. We wrote our vows separately and surprised each other with them. I had been jotting things down over a period of months, and one thing kept coming up for me: my beloved has zero tolerance for being made wrong. It just doesn’t work for us. The first thing that I committed to