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Sensate Focus 101

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Are you ready to take your sexual intimacy to the next level? Sensate focus might just be the key to unlocking a whole new world of pleasure and connection! Sensate focus is a technique well known by Sex Therapists that is often used to treat sexual dysfunction and improve sexual intimacy. It was developed by Masters and Johnson in the 1960s and is based on the idea that sexual dysfunction is often caused by anxiety and negative emotions. In this blog, we will discuss what sensate focus is, how it works, and its benefits. What is Sensate Focus? Sensate focus is a type of therapy that involves a series of exercises designed to help individuals and couples become more aware of their bodies and their sexual responses. The exercises are typically done in a structured way, with each exercise building on the previous one. How Does Sensate Focus Work? Sensate focus works by helping individuals and couples become more comfortable with their bodies and their sexual responses. The exercises are

What is Sex Coaching? Is it beneficial?

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Are you ready to take your sex life to the next level? Sex coaching might just be the answer you've been looking for. Sex coaching is a relatively new field that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It is a form of coaching that focuses on helping individuals and couples improve their sexual experiences and relationships. Sex coaching can be beneficial for people of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations. In this blog, we will discuss some of the benefits of sex coaching. 1. Improved Communication One of the primary benefits of sex coaching is improved communication. Many people struggle to communicate their sexual needs and desires to their partners. Sex coaching can help individuals and couples learn how to communicate effectively about their sexual needs and desires. This can lead to a more fulfilling and satisfying sexual experience for both partners. 2. Increased Confidence Sex coaching can also help individuals increase their confidence in their sexual abilities.

5 Days of Body Positivity: Day Four

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  "Your body is not a problem to be solved. It is a vessel to be celebrated. Your sexuality is not a taboo to be hidden. It is a gift to be explored." - Unknown Body Positivity and Sex The Story While in undergraduate school I found myself having A LOT of sex. At first, I had convinced myself that I was celebrating my open sexuality and embracing what it meant to be free and confident in myself. There was one problem though…I kept falling for men who wanted nothing more to do with me than to have sex. Rather than leave, I begged and pleaded for the relationship to turn into something more serious and committed but it never did. Rationally, I knew it would not go anywhere yet I’d still continue to have sex with these individuals because I wanted so deeply to feel loved and cared about.  As I got older, started therapy, started to value myself, and reflected on my actions, I quickly learned that not only was sex a way for me to feel loved and wanted but because I was plus sized