Sex addiction is obsessive compulsive out of control behaviour that has a negative impact on yourself and others.
In the first article talking about addiction, we talked about a loss of reconnection; now, our sex therapist shows us how to reconnect again.
Sometimes, you can get addicted to drugs or alcohol – and sometimes, you get addicted to behaviour that stops you from finding love.
In this time of social distancing, quarantine, and isolation….can we still have sex?
In Katya’s intimacy article, she talked about the different types of intimacy. In this one, she explores practical ways to express them.
We’ve explored types of intimacy before. Our sex therapist takes us through what we can actively do to build intimacy in relationships.
Does everyone have to stick to only one partner for the rest of their lives? What are the other options?
Want to have the best sex ever? It might take a bit of work…our sex therapist tells us just how much.
Sex can and should be about more than penetration. Learning your partner’s body through touch can be just as sexy and intimate as penetration itself.
Hanging low or swinging slow, short and fat or long and squat – what’s size got to do with it?
Childhood can affect how you behave in your adulthood, especially around love, sex, and relationships. Our in-house sex therapist explains exactly how.
Let’s talk about sex…in therapy. Sex therapy helps people identify factors that help or hamper sexual satisfaction.