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Powerful 5-Minute Intimacy Exercise

Powerful 5-Minute Intimacy Exercise Looking to…

The Four Horsemen of Communication

The four horsemen of communication…

Breaking The Negative Velcro Loop

Breaking the negative velcro loop. Learn what is a negative velcro loop and what you need to do to stop it.

Negative Velcro Loop

Evaluate your relationship by looking at the communication skills you and your partner utilize. Get a better look at where to go in order to find that deeper level of communication between the two of you.

Where Has The Good Sex Gone

The following 5 items are crucial elements when it comes to having good sex. If you have noticed the quality and frequency of sex and intimacy with your partner has changed recently, this checklist is a great way to assess your current pattern and possibly identify areas to make a change

Intimacy in the Bedroom

Intimacy in the bedroom: 10 things to keep in mind to increase intimacy in the bedroom in Philadelphia.

Intimacy Expression Exercise

The Intimacy Expression Exercise A vacation from sex can be a useful way for survivors of sexual trauma to heal. A vacation from sex provides survivors of sexual trauma (or anyone who is struggling with less sexual desire than they would want for themselves) with an opportunity to process their emotions and feelings about sex, relearn sexual touch in a positive way and rediscover their sexuality in a new and healthier way.

Intimacy And Authenticity

Intimacy and authenticity: What is intimacy and how do you know when you are being intimate with another person?

Should I Tell My Partner About Being In Counseling

Should I tell my partner about being in counseling the decision to tell a partner that you are in counseling can be a difficult and anxiety producing one to make. There are no right or wrong answers – just different choices with different consequences.

Bath Exercise: For Survivors of Sexual Trauma or For People Struggling with Sexual Aversions/Discomforts

The bath exercise can help you build positive intimate experiences despite having a history of sexual trauma, or sexual aversions/discomforts.