As a professor human sexuality, one of the ways I first engage my students to in sexual health conversations is by asking them to write down, anonymously, the BEST and WORST advice they were given about sex.
Knowledge is power my friends, so hopefully this post gives you information and insight into the world of sex therapy and marriage counseling so you can make more informed choices.
My hope with this piece is to provide you information and professional perspective that builds on my Mormons and Masturbation Part I blog post.
Your feelings around the topic of sex or masturbation can be so big that it can smother your ability to find the answers you so desperately want.
Some women experience pain anytime they have sex and others experience pain just during particular times of their cycle.
Why “the talk” should be more of an ongoing thing than a moment.
Let’s talk about lube!
The journey of puberty is different for everyone, but you are not alone!
Just like you aren’t going to cover everything your kids need to know about sex and relationships in one talk, you aren’t going to cover everything your kids need to know in one book.