Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Do you know what is the secret to experiencing a great date? ………..Tell your date what you want to experience!
This week’s topic is one that is dear to my heart: female arousal. What gets you wet, open and turned on, desiring some luscious lovemaking with your lover? Why do you as a woman need more time, often more intimacy, and more all-over sensation than your male partner to get aroused? First of all, the male body is basically set up to aim and fire in order to secure reproduction of the race. It is possible for a man to reach orgasmic peak relatively quickly with relatively little pleasure. But
When I was a teenager, I had a crush on this guy from another school. He was a singer that I once heard at a multi-school rehearsal. He had such a velvety warm voice, it reminded me of my father’s. My father never much let his out. Later in my teens when my grandparents took me to operas and Broadway shows in New York City, I just loved the duets. There was something about a guy and girl singing together that made my heart leap! I don’t think I could be married
2018 – Wow! Another year, another number. Before we dive too far in, I wanted to take a moment to fully appreciate 2017. How was 2017 for you? 2017 changed my life. I am going to be honest, I felt adrift and scared at times in 2017. I felt disoriented and didn’t recognize myself. I was breaking through some major personal obstacles and some huge societal norms. In 2017, I trained to become a certified sex and relationship coach. It has been the single most terrifying thing I have ever done!!! Doing my training as the Somatica Institute in Berkeley California
I want to talk to you about the “real sexy.” Most of us hold an internal image of what “sexy” is supposed to look like. It is an image that is put upon us from the media, our society, our upbringing. There is some sort of “pass go” idea or “living up” to quality about sexy. In truth, being sexy is being yourself. There is nothing more sexy than you standing in who you are, moving toward your desires with love. Part of the problem is that the search to be sexy causes us to
If there is one thing I know we are good at as women it’s enduring. Where does enduring come from? Is it in our genes? Is it from times throughout history where we waited for men to come back from war? Where we kept home fires burning? Where we patiented through drought and famine? Women are strong, there is no doubt about it. But are we too strong? When it comes to sex do you find yourself enduring? If it is not feeling good what do you do? Do you convince yourself that it is going to get better or