Tips from Boston Sex Therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod
Do you think that women over 50 are through with sex? If so, I have some good news for you. I'd like to share with you the truth, that your best sex is yet to come! Click here to learn more.
You may worry you're "not enough" in any number of ways, and this can cause anxiety and affect your comfort in the bedroom. But don't let anxiety rob you of the joys of sex with your loved one! Dr. Aline Zoldbrod has some great recommendations here.
Sadly about 10-15% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, and despite the trauma for the person or couple who lost the baby, you can heal and move beyond the guilt and shame. Don't let a miscarriage rule your life - learn how from Dr. Zoldbrod here!
This study about couples included almost 40,000 Americans and how they keep the romance going in their relationships. The results are really eye opening! Check out the details from the perspective of Boston sex therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod!
Unhealed resentments can get in the way of a happy relationship. Resentment can be over parenting, childbirth, loyalty, workaholism, and many other issues. But there are ways to resolve problems which will make your relationship stronger and more fulfilling. Learn more from Boston sex therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod about forgiveness.
Big hurts and and small irritations alike, every relationship is going to have some issues, but there are key things you can do to get through those tough times. To learn more about forgiveness, click here!
Sex therapists are experts in sexuality - we have intensive training in human sexuality. We are licensed & trained professionals — psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, or marriage and family counselors.
Sex therapy is talking therapy and there is no sexual contact. But it is not JUST talking therapy - there is an emphasis on doing things differently after each session.
We work hard to make a secure and accepting environment where you can explore your sexual questions and concerns. Click here if you'd like to learn more about the nuances of sex therapy in Boston, and beyond!
Great sex for monogamous couples includes good communication; and specifically about asking for and granting sexual favors. Asking your mate to start/stop/change how they are doing something, such as asking for more foreplay or genital stimulation, can be scary at first but can also provide you both with mutual fulfillment. This isn't covered in movies or TV shows, so I've broken it down into an easy to read article. So if you want to learn more about asking for and granting sexual favors, click here!
ED drugs have a specific purpose, and it's not to increase sexual desire, rather simply to making a erection easier to have. If you're struggling with ED and are using Viagra, Cialis, or any of the others, please read this article.
No, it's actually a recipe for disaster, says Boston sex therapist Dr. Aline Zoldbrod. You gotta know the truth about sex and the golden rule - click here now!
In our culture, sex sells - and you'd think that means it's a simple act. Truth is, many women have pain and anxiety about sex from a condition called vaginismus. I've treated over 100 patients with this condition, and with great success! Click here to read about how Dr. Aline Zoldbrod, Boston Sex Therapist treats vaginismus.
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