One of the most common areas of conflict with couples in long term relationships is around running the household and dividing up household responsibilities. In this week’s blog post, our guest blogger, Lesli Doares, a couples consultant and coach and author of the book “Blueprint for a Lasting Marriage: How to Create Your Happily Ever After With More Intention, Less Work”, explains how to end the chore wars once and for all.
If you are struggling with your relationship, your sexuality, or intimacy, it makes sense to reach out for some support.
The question is who do you reach out to...a therapist, a sex therapist or a sex and intimacy coach?
Each of these professionals play different, but often overlapping roles so let’s examine how each one operates.
When I meet strangers at parties and events and I tell that I’m a sex and intimacy coach, I get one of two reactions.
Either they start opening up and sharing what’s going on in their sex life or they look like they are a deer caught in the headlights and change the topic as quickly as possible.
Usually those are the people who really need help in the bedroom and are full of discomfort and shame.
Sex and intimacy coaching, which is a relatively young but growing field, can provide you with many benefits, regardless of whether you are single or in a relationship.
Sex and intimacy coaching can help you normalize discomfort and shame around sex.
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