Practical solutions for relationship, intimacy, and sexual response concerns. As we give importance to healing the sexual aspects of relationship, our love life retains vitality and becomes more gratifying.
Sexuality evolves throughout our entire lifetime. Sensual desires vary with each individual, day to day, and even moment to moment during lovemaking. Self- awareness, physical health, emotional and spiritual issues, environment, diet, and age have great impact on our sexuality. Sexual wisdom improves sexual function, sustains intimacy, and preserves relationships.
Improve body image and heighten sensual response
Sexual orientation and erotic attraction
Unlock passion, arousal, and sexual desire
Variations and fluctuation in sexual functioning
Female pre-orgasmia, clitoral and vaginal orgasms
Male erection difficulties and early ejaculation
Sensual confidence and sexual self-esteem
Sexual autonomy and self-determination
Freedom to explore and permission to invent
Quite the mind; redirect the chattering monkey
Orgasms: Increase intensity and sustain sensation
Awaken and connect nerve channels for full-body orgasms
Emotions and connection
Extreme shyness, embarrassment, and inhibition
Arise from emotional apathy and sexual shut down
How to initiate and sustain intimate connection
Full disclosure of sexual needs, interests, and fascinations
Spiritual dilemmas: demands of faith and physical gratification
Age and sex
Birth to death: how we view ourselves as sexual beings
Coming of age and change of life are perpetual: enjoy each phase
Maiden, mother, wise-woman, Goddess: the evolution of female gratification
Men and women: myths of aging on sexual function, libido, potency, and pleasure
Healing and recovery -- see Heather's Healing Stories
Recovery from sexual trauma and emotional abuse
Sexuality after illness, disability, and nerve damage
Before and after surgery: soothe feelings of loss and rebuild intimate pleasure
The healing powers of touch, empathy, patience, and kindness
How diet, liquor, drugs, and medications help and hinder sexual response
Sober sex: do you need to get high to get hot?
Cyber sex: do Internet activities enhance or inhibit intimacy?
Erotic literature and pornography: turn-on or obsession?