I've been thinking about writing this blog post since I read Daniel Bergner's book, "What Women Want" several months ago.
But I've had a hard time wrapping my head around how to portray the information in a way that is helpful to both men and women. Apparently female sexual arousal and desire is multi-faceted and complex..Really? Who would have thought? Here are some of my take aways
Here are my top five New Year's resolutions for 2015. What are yours?
I will spend more time in my body.
As a society we are so terribly disassociated from our bodies that most people don't even understand what this new year's resolution means. It is easy to spend time in our head or on our phones or other devices. But sex takes place in our body so being in our head during sex takes us away from our experience and disconnects us from our partner.
We've all been in that situation where a love relationship is ending and while we want to remain friends, we're not really sure whether it's possible and how to make it happen. Transitioning from lover to friend can be very tricky especially if the break up was more one sided. In the last five years, I've had my share of relationship transitions and I really pride myself on my ability to smoothly transition almost all of my loverships into friendships. I count most of these men as very good friends to this day.
How to Transition from Lover to Friend
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