Tips from Boston Sex Therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod
What is romance? Have you forgotten how to be romantic with your partner? Wants some great advice to rekindle things with your partner?
Before you start popping something daily, you should consider talking to a therapist about your relational and sexual issues, if any. Doing so could save you from long term problems and overall make your life better!
The blue pill isn't for everyone, meaning you may not need it (or any drug) to treat your erectile dysfunction. "How?!", you say?
Sleep keeps life in your sex life! Lack of sleep can make you irritable and make it difficult to control negative thoughts which can lead to arguments and distance in your relationship. All of this will affect your sex life!
Sexual trauma and dysfunction can be caused by many things, and can affect female orgasm. For some women, getting to orgasm is difficult or impossible, but this can be an easy sexual problem to solve!
Don't be cruel, be cool! Men and women sometimes say mean things to each other, but this can make the relationship more cold and distant.
This one trick can make your relationship better - show more affection to your partner! It's easier than you think and can even help save you from a breakup!
Men need positive affirmation from their partners, and positive affirmation in the little things is a great place to start!
Do a quick checkup and see if these three rules can help your sex life - trust me, you'll be glad you did and so will she!
There are 10 basic signs that can help you understand what a healthy sex life is, and if you have one. From what you think about yourself to how you react to a slow stretch, this list will outline the basic requirements of a healthy sex life.
“Good sex is all about finding your perfect recipe,” says Dr. Zoldbrod.
The internet provides quick, inexpensive access to a variety of pornography. Online pornography is becoming more and more frequently named in divorce cases. Is it really that harmful to an otherwise healthy relationship?
Dr. Zoldbrod weighs in on the subject, “One problem with pornography is that it tends to mislead men with false portrayals of women’s sexuality.”