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Differences in sexual desire and arousal is one of the most common issues that couples seek sex therapy for. A good sex therapist can help you to understand more clearly how desire, arousal, and pleasure actually function in a sexual relationship so that you will feel less confused and more confident in knowing how to get on the same page with your partner.
In this interview on the Magnificent Life Show with Klana, Morgan S. Taylor untangles some common misunderstandings about confuse pleasure, desire and consent and how this misunderstanding can cause problems in our sexual relationships.
Dec 10, 19 09:49 PM
You know when you start to feel like you are more like roommates with your partner rather than actual lovers?
Dec 03, 19 08:35 PM
You know how it goes. You feel hurt by something your partner did or said. Then he feels disrespected by how you reacted. He thinks you are over reacting. You think he was totally inconsiderate of you…
Nov 26, 19 09:00 PM
Ok y’all, yet again I have to rant on this one. Just had a woman tell me that every professional she has seen (and shes visited quite a few!) has told her that it is “normal” for a woman to NOT have a…