Common Sexual Problems
Common sexual problems include: impotence, premature ejaculation, erectile difficulties, female orgasm problems, painful sex, low sex drive, sexual mismatch, sexual inexperience, poor sexual communication, infertility, and STD’s. Over the course of a person’s life, most people will have an experience of not being able to sexually perform the way that they would like. This is normal. With that being said, we have created hundreds of self-help tips for you to read from the comfort of your own home to help you take the steps to overcome the sexual problem that you are experiencing.
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People often differ in their appetite for sex. One of the most common sexual complaints among couples is a disparity in level of desire. (Think: “When I’m hot (s)he’s not!”)
Since this is a common concern, it is helpful to take the time to examine the root cause of the difference in level of desire since there are many possible contributing factors. After clarifying the likely factors fueling the problem, consider several possible solutions.
Vulnerability. The mere mention of the word can make grown men squirm and grown women hide! It’s something we don’t often talk about, yet it is universal to all human beings.
In the context of human relationships, vulnerability is the glue that connects us, yet terrifies most of us at the same time. When the “V” word is mentioned, oftentimes people immediately think of situations in which they have been hurt or disappointed by others. They may even remind themselves, “That’s why I don’t get too close.” Vulnerability is commonly associated with pain; however, by choosing that viewpoint we miss out on the richer meaning and opportunity.
Your daughter forgot to tell you about the school project that’s due tomorrow. Your son’s soccer game starts in 45 minutes and the washer just broke. Your toddler got a raisin stuck up his nose, and there’s a huge deadline at work. Are you too busy for sex? Does the mere thought of getting naked and being sexy exhaust you? Join the club! So many of us are stuck in the frenzied pace of work, kids, family responsibilities and daily minutia that our sex lives are all but forgotten! Sometimes, sex can get monotonous or routine between people who are in a long-term committed relationship. What can you do if you are truly too busy for sex? Keep reading for seven practical suggestions to jump start your sex life.
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This premature ejaculation technique is useful for men who experience hypersensitivity during sexual intercourse resulting in a quick ejaculatory response after penetration. This technique will help you merge your mind/body experience in order for you to train your body to feel the sensations of intercourse.
Just because you and your past partner had amazing sex, does not mean that all future lovers will consider you amazing in the bedroom. Each partner is different. Different build, different tastes, different needs, different likes and dislikes. Just like dating and relationships, the chemistry created between two people changes from person to person, and how the dynamic of how a couple grows from mistakes as well as successful experiences can be wildly different. With this being said, there are some people who will be considered “good” in bed to a wider range of partner’s and others will be viewed as more limited. In relationships, just remember, it only takes one.
What is your sex drive? For some couples having a different level of sexual drive / desire in a relationship creates problems, and for others it is not a big issue. There is a wide range of sexual variations that people may experience. Take our test and explore the differences that exist between you and your partner.
Women, sex and their body image. Many women struggle to reveal their true sexual selves, naked and all, because of insecurities about their body.
Many turn to interventions when confronting a loved one’s sex addiction, drinking problem, or an inability to manage their bipolar disorder, etc. The person’s life is spiraling out of control and it’s only a matter of time until the unspeakable happens. An intervention is typically chosen when family and friends feel that their loved one’s behavior has become so damaging to the point that everyone around this person is negatively impacted by the addiction.
For some people with PTSD sex can be a trigger. Sex as a trigger is common among survivors of sexual assault and rape. However, other types of trauma could still impact a person’s desire to have sex or impact a person’s feelings about sex. Some people with PTSD may try to avoid sex altogether, while for others they may only try to avoid certain acts or certain aspects of sex.
Warning Signs Sex Addiction: If you have ever wondered if your partner struggles with a sex addiction, read this list and discover for yourself how well your partner fits the description.
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Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome includes physical as well as psychological symptoms.
Vaginismus is a disorder defined as painful spasms of muscles around the outer third of the vagina. Learn how to relax the muscle.
Telling a spouse about your sexual addiction is a big step. There is a very real possibility that she/he will end the relationship. Think about whether you are ready to take the step, and consider having a therapist help you with the decision. When you decide you are ready, the step will be an important one on your road to recovery.
The Shame of Sex Addiction we have all been ashamed of ourselves at some point, and for most of us, many times throughout our lives.
Expressing Needs With A Sexual Desire Issue: Are you and your partner struggling with sexual desire? Do you feel pressure to perform although you’re not in the mood? Is sex unsatisfying? Does it feel like a chore?
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Sexual Pain Glossary If you have been experiencing sexual pain for some time now and are beginning a course of treatment, you may hear many different terms to describe your condition and the necessary treatment. These new terms may be confusing and at times sound like a different language.
Identifying Sexual Compulsion Triggers: a key component of sexual addiction treatment is figuring out when and where during your day that you are most likely to act out sexually. Then creating a plan for how you will deal with these chunks of time so that when they come up, you do not act out
If the feeling of not wanting sex persists and you find the thought of it disgusting, repulsive or unpleasant, you might be experiencing a sexual aversion.
Do I really want to recover from sex addiction? Most individuals reach a point where they realize that their sex addiction has caused much more pain than pleasure in their lives and led to isolation, loneliness, legal problems, and financial problems. Yet to totally give it up and try to recover from sexual addiction? What if you need it?
Imago therapy and sex addiction work well together. Healing is created by developing a space safe enough to have all of you show up. The first stage still requires withdrawal. And the second stage is focused on becoming whole again.
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Sex Addiction And Work: For many people struggling with a sex addiction, the stress they face at work or school is an important trigger that either starts or perpetuates their addictive cycle.
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Prodrome refers to the early symptoms and signs that a person experiences before the full blown symptoms of an illness become evident.
Complete this list of questions to help you prepare for your first session of sexual addiction treatment at Sex Therapy in Philadelphia / Center for Growth.
Premature ejaculation and sexual anxiety treatment in Philadelphia. Practical steps that can be taken to learn how to last longer from the privacy of your own home.
A guide to pleasuring a woman in Philadelphia: Women, like men are all different. Some like it hard, some like it soft. Some women need emotional connection, while others like emotional distance. Thus, there is no ‘one’ right way
How To Find and Pleasure Female GSpot (g-spot). A guide developed at Sex Therapy in Philadelphia / Center for Growth.
Painful Intercourse: Most women who are sexually active with a partner at some point in their life may experience a sharp pain during intercourse.
Overcoming Sexual Pain in a group setting- Learn about our Sexual Pain Group located in Center City Philadelphia
Oral Facial Herpes: Herpes is a very common and usually mild recurrent skin condition transmitted through skin to skin contact.
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Minimizing the risk of herpes transmission: Herpes is most contagious during an outbreak, however it can be spread even when no symptoms are present if the virus is active on the skin, but asymptomatic.
Quitting Masturbation at Work : Establishing Healthy Behaviors in the Greater Philadelphia Area / South Jersey
An exercise to determine your Lover’s level of commitment to you and to this relationship.
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How to Approach Sex – Rather than thinking about sex with the focus on having an orgasm, this exercise encourages you to think about how to approach sex with the focus being about pleasure.
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High Sex Drive or Sexual Addiction?
Herpes Treatment Options
Herpes Support Group in Center City Philadelphia, Time & Date: Every first and third Thursday @ 6:30pm
Enroll in our Herpes Therapy Support Group or just read about the benefits of joining a herpes support group
Herpes’ Impact on Your Feelings
Herpes impact on your body, including outbreak duration, recurrence, treatment and prevention.
Help with Premature Ejaculation (PE): Through the use of the arousal scale redefine your masturbation goals.
Good sex means making the time.
Female Sexual Pain – Some of the conditions that cause female sexual pain include: vulvodynia, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, sexually transmitted infections, vaginal infections, fibroids, ovarian cysts, cervical problems, or lack of vaginal lubrication.
Hope After Herpes: The Emotional Impact
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Developing A Sexual Self exercise can help you to build positive intimate experiences with yourself and your partner.
Confronting the abuser is a technique that may be utilized in sex abuse / trauma treatment.the goal of confronting your abuser is for you to regain your voice and re-do things so that you can play an active role. You can change the outcome of history for others who would be affected by the abuser, and rewrite yours so that he or she no longer has control over your life. This decision is not appropriate for everyone.
The Coaddict: Loss of Identity a sex addict’s life becomes isolated, lonely, and singularly focused on the addictive stimuli. The disease of sex addiction however, is crowded and complex, and it affects every person the addict had a relationship with: family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors.
Changing Negative Thinking – Frequent negative thinking contributes to a variety of problems including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, poor body image, sexual problems etc.
Getting Your Partner on…
Benefits of Herpes Support Group (Sex Therapy in Philadelphia / Center for Growth Inc)
Herpes Question: What is Asymptomatic Shedding?
Anorgasmia: the persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of, orgasm following normal sexual excitement. Exercises to overcome anorgasmia . . .
Taking Control Of Pelvic Pain: from the perspective of a phsysical therapist.
Vibrators for Men – many people think of vibrators as being a sex toy for women. However, men can also receive pleasure from using vibrators either through masturbation, partnered sex, or both.
Vulvar vestibulitis is an inflammation in the vestibule, otherwise known as the vaginal opening.
Low Sex Drive: problems with sex drive are to be expected if you are not enjoying sex – or do not get enough arousal to become orgasmic. Why should you want something that is not particularly enjoyable!
What is a sex addiction? Sex addiction is best understood as a form of an intimacy disorder. Addicts typically experience compulsive sexual thoughts and/or actions.
Tips for increasing the chances of becoming pregnant. Working with a sex therapist can spice up routine sex.