With wedding season upon us, Laurie and Adam turn to discussing honeymoons and the relational changes that occur — even for long-term couples.
Faith and sexuality are not mutually exclusive, but can support and enhance each other. Often however in many faith practices, even knowledge about sex is ignored or suppressed, which can lead to problems once sex is allowed and expected in marriage. Listen to Laurie Watson and Dr. Adam Mathews discuss this delicate subject.
Discrepancies in desire are a stress on a relationship, and are common at different times in a relationship. Listen to sex therapist and author Laurie Watson and Adam Matthews provide helpful insight and tips for dealing with desire discrepancies in this first Mailbag episode where we respond to your questions. If you have a question, visit us at www.foreplayrst.com.
Following up on last week’s episode on talking to your younger children about sex, join Foreplay as we discuss talking to your teenagers about sex. Learn how to not only talk to them, but have them talk to you!
Talking to your kids about sex may be the most dreaded conversation for many parents. Some parents may never have a frank discussion with their children on the topic of sex. Learn what to say and when to say it; give your children a great start to a future healthy sexual relationship.
A woman who is betrayed in a relationship can feel inadequate and insecure. Laurie and Adam use the lyrics of Lemonade by Beyoncé to explore the feelings that follow an affair.
Recovery from an Affair — The delicate process of recovering from an affair. What works best for restoring the relationship.
Pornography – The wide-ranging impact of pornography: what it is and how it impacts couples, including difficulties in arousal, attraction, and relationship.
Fantasies can play an essential role in keeping a sexual relationship vibrant. Men and women’s fantasies differ and understanding the differences can heighten the couple’s experience together.
Foreplay — What’s it all about? Why is foreplay essential for the sex life you want to have. Join author and sex therapist Laurie Watson discuss the whole point of the podcast Foreplay.