Super smart people have a particular subset of relationship and sexual challenges. Often they lack empathy, miss social cues, are quirky in ways that can create distance and miscommunication in a couple. They have a silver lining too: they’re honest, loyal, committed.
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Every single person who comes to me for sex therapy wants to know if they’re sexually normal. “Who cares if you’re normal!”, I say. “That’s not what is most important. You’re asking yourself the wrong question. What matters is whether what you’re doing works for you or not.”
Desire is not the same as arousal. They are two separate things. Too often people think they have no desire and feel broken. You’re not broken! Desire is the willingness to get started and it can come from 3 different places. Watch this video for details.
Want to feel more confident in bed and in life? My book, Erotic Integrity, describes 3 easy steps to get you there.
So often people ask me how I chose this unusual profession, so here’s my life story in 3 minutes.
Sexologist Claudia Six busts a sex myth about desire versus arousal on Sexpert Media.