Opening Up The Relationship: Moving From Monogamy To Ethical Non-Monogamy
Spice up your life: Expanding your coupled sexual repertoire
Monogamy – the way many relationships begin and people expect to fall into when they first begin dating. Our history as humans is muddled of whether we began in non-monogamy or monogamy but as time went on, we began to settle into monogamous and exclusive relationships that would offer us safety, security, and connection from one persona and one only.
Transitions are hard, especially ones that involve welcoming new partners, either sexual, romantic, or both, into your relationship. Fears come in and we question everything. Figuring out how to navigate opening up your relationship? here are some tips to remember and discuss or contact me today for a free 15-minute phone consultation and allow me to help you transition your relationship with love, care, and connection.
How often should we be having sex?
After years in a long-term relationship, I commonly hear that sex has become monotonous and lack-luster. Couples feel like they resort to doing the same activities and routine when it comes to sex because it’s easier and at that point, despite having more connection than ever, the sex has dwindled down. Ready to try something new? Read on or contact me today!
What is Sex Therapy?
If you’ve landed on this post, you’re likely feeling a lot of uncertainty around your relationship’s sex life. Maybe you’ve been in a relationship together for many years and what used to be a multiple times a week situation has sort of moved to a maybe once a week or even once a month. Or, you’re in a new relationship with someone you’re completely in love with and have had great sex with but…it’s not as often as you’re used to. So you wonder, how often should we be having sex?
What is sex therapy? There are so many misconceptions that exist about what sex therapy is and what it entails. Brief synopsis? it involves talking, issues related to sexuality, and never involves nudity. Read on to learn more about how sex therapy in Vancouver can help you or contact me today to book a free 15-minute phone consultation!