Tips from Boston Sex Therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod
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.”
Featuring prominent professionals with excellent advice, this list contains 12 excellent ways to enrich your sex life for you and your partner. How many resolutions will you commit to and carry on throughout the year?
“The number one key to greater pleasure is knowing what turns you on,” says Dr. Zoldbrod. Resolution #1: Vow to focus on what you like in bed.
The cultural stigma of discussing the sex lives of the elderly tends to create an “ick” reaction. However times have changed, more and more elderly are engaging in satisfying sexual interactions.
As Dr. Zoldbrod writes, “That doesn’t exactly fit the popular images of “over the hill” women as sexually uninterested and uninteresting.”
A growing population of people identify as being asexual. Do they need help, or is it a valid sexual orientation like being gay or straight? There are experts on both sides of the question.
“Becoming a sexual human being is a long and subtle process and many things must go right in one’s family of origin for the child to connect sexuality and love,” says Aline Zoldbrod.
Without touch, we would cease to exist. A child is amazingly intuitive about the message behind the touch. A loving kiss, unwanted tickling, or an insincere hug can be the moments of contact a child experiences that can shape behavior and expectations for their adult life.
“But many otherwise caring, concerned families just don’t use touch to express love enough.” Writes Dr. Zoldbrod. “After a year of weekly touching and talking exercises, the woman finally began to feel pleasure in being touched.”