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
COVID has impacted sexual desire in many ways: -too much proximity has dampened mystery and increased complacency –erectile potency and libido may not be the same after COVID ESSM newsletter article -more eating and less exercising has you not feeling not so sexy –stress and anxiety -realizing things about your mate you don’t like so
-Infidelity: In my office I tell people that “there’s no bad guy in cheating”. It’s a hard sell, I know. But by that I mean that both members of the couple contribute to the relationship dynamic that led to one of them having an affair. The one who has been cheated on is not to
Dr. Six shares 10 reasons you never want to have sex with Jenn Sinrich in PureWow.
See how a sexological bodyworker and I have similar answers to the same questions, despite having slightly different professions. My work is more insight oriented , hers is more hands-on
Jenn Sinrich quotes Dr. Claudia Six in her article ’10 Simple Things You Can Say to Improve Your Relationship’. Among these are “I’ve got your back”, “How was your day?”, “Thank you,” and “I love you.”