Sometimes I work with clients who are coming to me with relationships where porn has become an issue in their sex lives. They want to know if sex life coaching can eliminate porn or integrate it at a reasonable level. While it’s true that one needs help from a psychologist when dealing with severe porn addiction, my brand of sex life coaching can resolve the most common forms of porn attachment, as I call it. (more…)
Part One of this blog series dealt with most of the issues presented in the New York Times article called, “There May Be A Pill For That: The pharmaceutical quest to give women a better sex life.” by Daniel Bergner. This post covers the rest. First on the list is:
Here is a very interesting article on www.mercola.com about how too much sitting due to desk jobs and sitting-related activities is bad for your health even if you have a good exercise plan in place. A NASA scientist did a study which proved that our bodies need stand-up time every 15 minutes. Just a stand and a dip in the knees and back up is all you need. Read on… (more…)
Getting past the fear and habits of judging your own or your partner’s sex skills.
One of the first things people run into in their sex life is a partner’s lack of sexual skills, to one degree or another, when their sex skills are not up to par for their partners, and finally when your sex skills need betterment for your solo sexuality. The toughest of these are when those we have sex with “judge” us. It doesn’t have to be that way. (more…)
Nerve.com Interviews Eric Amaranth and Asks About Sex and Better Sex
It was fun doing this interview. There was a lot of great material that didn’t make it in as well. The young woman said she thoroughly enjoyed our talk. I was happy to hear that not for typical reasons, but I could also hear by her tone that she really meant it. She got what I was talking about and loved what it spoke of.
I want to add a few things that were left out of some of the questions: (more…)
The Social Reasoning For and Problems Made By The Use of the Word “Slut”
I was in one of my Talk Sessions with a client recently when she told me about how she always felt a need for a healthy and high-quality sex life, but those ideals were met with the world, and later her ex, attacking her for it. While deciding if she wanted to work with me, she wondered if her dreams were well-founded or if the culture was right in condemning female sexual expression.
She decided that she would have a more advanced understanding of how to give the best of sex to her new man as well as herself. (more…)
Your partner is missing a crucial detail pertaining to something your body and/or your mind really enjoys or needs for satisfying sex/orgasm. The two of you are into communicating, so you tell them. They receive the info and in this case, zero in and make fireworks happen. However, the next time, the same mistakes are made. This can be very frustrating and eventually anger-triggering. What to do? (more…)
No one talks about it. It makes an ego sting when what one does well in bed fails. Blame is placed on the other person when much better responses exist. Here are some tips for dealing with this before deciding to break it off too soon. (more…)
My girlfriend and I went to a wedding this past weekend and decided to bring four of our favorite sex toys with us. Two were vibes shaped innocuously. One was a dil with an obvious phallic shape. The fourth was a glass design that defies brief description. Which is why it’s pictured at left. Read on for the humor and adventure. (more…)
When Steve (name changed and permission given to blog on him) started his sex life coaching Talk Sessions, he’d not had sex for over four years and had just finished divorce proceedings. He said his lack of sexual capability was a contributing factor to their divorce. He was demoralized, but full of hope that he’d be able to re-create the sex life of his dreams through coaching with me. (more…)