SIX because that’s my name and I had to pick a number. Sex myths abound and as we start off the year I thought I’d tackle a few of them which seem to persist in my practice. *If you don’t want to read about myths but do want to save money on my 8 session
Good therapy helps you learn the difference between feeling better vs being better at feeling. We all want to feel better. Who wouldn’t? But that is a short sighted and short term goal. Ultimately the road to freedom and more ease is to become better at feeling. Along these lines I like what the Presence Process has
Pucker up! Today is Kissing day. Any day is good for kissing really, As a French woman, I highly advocate kissing. Here are some thoughts I shared with a Newsweek reporter on the subject. What are the main kissing techniques? How many are there and what are they? I’m tempted to say that there are
New moms who are experiencing perinatal difficulties that impact their physical comfort and body image can often lose interest in sex. “There is always a very good reason why couples stop having sex after having a baby. I tell my clients that no one is broken or needs to be fixed. It helps to understand
“Crying after an intense orgasmic release is a great reason to cry,” says Six. “It may just be an additional release of energy, or joy and gratitude at having had such an ecstatic feeling. You can feel out of control, but it’s a release of tension.” She compares it to having a laughing fit following
I don’t think there’s any such thing as sexual boredom. When people complain that they’re bored, it’s usually because uncomfortable feelings are coming up. Read more about it on MindBodyGreen.