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How to cultivate sexual desire in long-term relationships
  • Communicating about sex

  • Lack of desire

  • Shame about our desires or our bodies

  • Unrealistic expectations

  • Performance anxiety

  • Pain during sex

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Premature or delayed ejaculation

  • Fertility issues

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Common sexual challenges couples face:

Romance and sex are supposed to go hand-in-hand, right? That's how it is in stories and films. But in real life, we often find one without the other. Terrified of hurting one another's feelings, you've avoided the subject and hoped it would work itself out, but you're still trapped in the vicious cycle.

You’ve tried to figure it out on your own, but you still feel broken.

Sex is so important, and so hard to talk about.

It takes a lot of courage to show up and share what you really want with one another. In counseling you can build a relationship where you're no longer suffocating from pain, frustration, and pressure, and start supporting both yourself and your partner with love, patience, and pleasure.



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