I recorded a really fun podcast out of Canada with Cindy Stibbard. It was totally unrehearsed, just like sex: you make a decision to engage with the person and see where it goes. It went well. It was fun, and I think it was good for both of us. Listen to it in your car,
Dr. Six appears on The Sill Podcast to share her perspectives on intimate life during COVID lockdown. Tune in to hear what’s different and what’s the same. 27 minutes. https://thesillpodcast.com/podcast-player/14877/tsp126-the-undefinable-spirit-dr-claudia-six-returns-to-talk-about-relationships-and-sex-during-covid-19.mp3 Visit The Sill Podcast
“It takes half as long as the relationship lasted, to get over it after the breakup.” In other words, if you were together four years, it’ll take you two years to fully recover. People don’t like to hear this, but Claudia Six, Ph.D., clinical sexologist and relationship coach, says it’s true. “You may lick your
Expecting your partner to read your mind If you want your partner to do something or stop doing something, the best way to see that this happens is to tell them. “Persisting in wanting your partner to read your mind is a set-up,” warns Claudia Six, Ph.D., clinical sexologist and relationship coach. “You have to
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.”
Dr. Six talks to Medical Daily about how to spice up your bedroom for better sex.