Sometimes when we are going through things in our marriage, we are completely focused on what is wrong with our husband. We go to God with lengthy prayers about what he needs to do to fix our husband. We rehearse his flaws, what he has done wrong. Sometimes, we even give God a timeline andContinue reading “What if You Stopped Praying that God Would “Fix” Your Husband? [a guest post by Arrettres Hollins]”
Only a third of women can consistently have orgasms – This means two-thirds are unable to consistently have orgasms. These statistics break my heart, from my work as a Somatic Sex Educator and my own experience I know there is a different way to be with orgasms. I hear you saying “Myola, why is itContinue reading “One in Every 5 Women Never Orgasm … [guest post by Myola Woods]”
Dr. Justin Lehmiller, the creator of the blog site Sex and Psychology, shares some interesting ideas and intriguing facts about the state of adolescent sexual health in America and abroad. This week in my study abroad course on sex and culture in the Netherlands, we’re focusing on cross-cultural differences in sexual health and sex education. As a startingContinue reading “Why Dutch Teens Have Better Sexual Health Than American Teens – Justin Lehmiller”
Myola Woods is one of my favorite passion experts. In this post, she shares 5 practical ways to remove painful tension from sex.
Intimacy issues in a relationship can be uncomfortable to talk about. Not having sex? Learn how to communicate about sexual frequency effectively from relationship expert Sylvia Smith. via Why Aren’t We Having Sex Now? How to Stop Fighting About Sexual Frequency (Guest Post) — When Women Inspire