Many things can make sex goes wrong; some have easy fixes. Join acclaimed author and sex therapist Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist as Dr. Adam Mathews as they discuss the things that can wrong and what to do about it.Check out this episode!
Reaching orgasm is only the beginning. Optimal sex involves deeper connection and leads to more satisfying sex and even better orgasms. Join sex therapist and acclaimed author Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they talk about how to get the most meaningful sex and the best orgasms.Check out this episode!
Husband’s positive behavior toward partner increases frequency of sex ? but don’t wait too long to be positive guys. Even if you don’t feel like being positive, being positive is the route to more sex. What is positive behaviors? “Saying I love you” ? “Making partner life” ? “Engaging in physical intimacy outside of sex” ? “Appreciative expressions” and more. Tune in to sex therapist and author Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they share what works in increasing sex frequency.Check out this episode!
The expectations in relationship and in our culture for what it means to be a man often comes down to a big erection that works every time. The prevalence of porn has communicated unrealistic ideas about sex and sexuality. Join sex therapist and popular author Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they explore the complexity of male sexuality.Check out this episode!
A thriving, vibrant sexual relationship develops best in our relationship when we feel safe and secure and when we help our partner feel safe and secure. Join sex therapist and popular author Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they talk about how to move to a more secure relationship.Check out this episode!
Do you want long-term great sex? We have your growth plan and challenges mapped out. Join sex therapist and popular author and blogger Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they share how to have great sex for a lifetime. Laurie’s blogs can be found on WebMD and Psychology Today where Laurie’s blogs are frequently rated the most popular. Laurie’s counseling center can be found at AwakenLoveandSex.com and Adam can be reached at mathewscounseling.net.Check out this episode!
Today’s Mailbag Topics: Living in an intimate relationship includes sharing spaces and being exposed to our partner in ways that may not be appealing; and how to sync up the best times for sex. Join author and sex therapist Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they take questions from listeners. If you have a question for a mailbag episode, email us at email@example.com. We are also set up now to take live callers. If you want to do a live mailbag episode, send us an email and we will arrange a time to have you call in!Check out this episode!