women and sex

6 Rules for Dating After a Breakup
Law of Attraction / love and relationships / Love and Romance / Mental Health / Relationships / Self-Care / Women and Dating / women and sex

6 Rules for Dating After a Breakup

By almost all accounts, dating after a breakup is unnerving. Brutal by some accounts. For many women, particularly married women, they believed the burden of dating was behind them. We can’t even guess how many of our clients have focused their therapy sessions on the challenges of dating after a […]

The 3 Arguments We See in Couples Therapy
love and relationships / Relationships / women and sex

The 3 Arguments We See in Couples Therapy

Sex. Money. In-laws. That’s what we see couples arguing about in therapy. And it isn’t unusual to see couples with more than one of those struggles. When it comes to sex, differing libidos wreak havoc. Some couples wildly disagree on how often they should have sex. The frequency of sex […]

The Results are in … Cupid Hath Spoken!
love and relationships / Love and Romance / Relationships / women and sex

The Results are in … Cupid Hath Spoken!

Queendom.com Releases Results Of Their Love Polls Are you in love? Would you live in a foreign country to be with your partner? Queendom.com visitors cast their votes on everything from commitment to premarital sex. Montreal, Canada – February 13, 2019 – Beauty may be subjective, but love is universal. The thrill […]

Better Sex Starts with Healthy Feet and Eyes – 7 Ways They’re Medically Connected
Love and Romance / Relationships / women and sex

Better Sex Starts with Healthy Feet and Eyes – 7 Ways They’re Medically Connected

People are always looking for ways to spice things up in the bedroom. Did you know the health of your eyes and feet have a lot to do with sex? In fact, the eyes, feet and genitals create an interesting triad that harbors countless connections for sexual and medical information. […]

Can Coaching Prevent More #MeToos? Why Women Should Invest in Support
Self-confidence / women / women and sex

Can Coaching Prevent More #MeToos? Why Women Should Invest in Support

On a gray November morning something unusual showed up on my Facebook news feed. A colleague posted that a friend of hers was in a difficult situation. Her friend, let’s call her “Erin” (to protect her identity) was let go of her job just a few months after reporting a […]

The New Normal
Lifestyle / women and sex

The New Normal

Hey, I’m Stephi and I’ve been sexually harassed. Scary, right? Hearing those words seems so harsh. It is probably one of the reasons why girls shy away from getting help – because claiming they’ve been sexually harassed is a big deal, right? Right. It should be a big deal, but […]

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