While most of us may not look this good or young, sitting around in lacy underwear, drinking champagne by a warm fire, I picked this photo because it has the aura of a soft place to land. A relationship should be a soft place to land, for both partners. By that I mean a place
I’ll be speaking Tuesday Oct 31 @ 11:45 AM-1 PM, at Marin General Hospital, about “Intimacy and Passion in the Presence of Cancer.”
Listen to my interview with Roy Richards on Web Talk Radio on Erotic Integrity and aging. Divorced or widowed and searching for new romance? Married for years but your marriage lacks sexual intimacy? Clinical sexologist and author Dr. Claudia Six is here to help with both challenges. http://media.blubrry.com/webtalkradio/p/webtalkradio.net/Shows/MiddleAgeCanBeYourBestAge/mac061316.mp3
Spring Clean your Relationship My husband suggested that, as a couples sex therapist, I put out a Relationship Spring Cleaning newsletter. I googled the term – turns out it’s not a novel concept. But here’s my take on it: *You get caught up in the hectic pace of life. It doesn’t take much investment of
Too often long term couples stop talking to each other, as in “How are you really?”, and new couples tread lightly for fear of being vulnerable. Next time you’re on a date with someone new, or not so new, try these SIX questions to ask each other: 1. What does friendship mean to you? 2.
Don’t do it in the dark! You know what I’m talking about. Don’t deprive yourself, or your partner, of part of the experience. 🙂 Don’t hide your body, ladies. Part of Erotic Integrity is owning your body. And look at each other. If it’s dark, you can’t see each other. That’s fun once in a