Posts tagged couples counseling near me
Sex Review

For many couples it can be uncomfortable to talk about sex.  As a sex therapist, I have heard all of the concerns and what ifs on more than one occasion.  What if I say the wrong thing?  What if my partner misunderstands what I am trying to say?  What if they take my comment as a criticism regarding performance? 

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July Position of the Month: Side 69 From Our Sex Therapist

or July’s highlighted position of the month, I thought I would share a simple position that is great for partners who are tired, but still desire to sexually engage with one another.  This is a great option for those who have been busy all week with the fourth of July and have no plans of slowing down yet!

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Happy Pride!

HAPPY PRIDE MONTH Y’ALL!!  Around the world, June is Pride Month for LGBT+ community.  I hope that you’ve had the chance to celebrate yourself or loved ones everyday this year, but also hope that you have the time to do so publicly this month with all the Pride Celebrations that are taking place! 

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­Gottman: Date 7

This week we are on to date number seven: growth and spirituality.  This chapter focuses on finding shared meaning within your relationship and discussing how each of you can accommodate for growth/change. 

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­Gottman: Date 6

This week we are on to date number six: fun and adventure!  The Gottmans’ and Abrams’ discuss the vital importance play has in a relationship, stating that couples who play together, stay together.  And, play is not just for children – our sense of adventure and need for play, never goes away.  This date focuses on gaining a better understanding of what play means for your partner and what the two of you might enjoy doing together.  Questions to discuss on this date might be:  When was the last time you felt excited or curious while you were with your partner? 

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May Position of the Month: Beautiful Behind

May’s highlighted position of the month is the Beautiful Behind, which is a variation of the reverse cowgirl position.  A sexual experience a great time to physically and emotionally connect with your partner, but it can also be a great time to get in a workout/cardio! 

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Gottman: Date 4

This week we are on to date number four: work and money.  Research has shown that financial arguments are the single best predictor of divorce and are one of the top five reasons couples fight.  With this information in mind, figuring out the meaning of money and work is incredibly important for the success of your relationship.

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Attached.

“It’s not you, it’s them.” Have you heard that before? It might be a friend comforting you after another break-up, or even a therapist helping you making sense of the ending of your relationship.

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The Joy of Conflict and Stress in a Relationship

Conflict is necessary. It happens, and it is a growth opportunity in relationships. I caught myself recently having a conversation with my husband that made me chuckle because it was exactly what I hear and talk about daily in the counseling office with my couple clients.

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April Position of the Month: Bunny Hop From Our Certified Sex Therapist

With Easter nearing, I thought this month’s featured position, the Bunny Hop, would be a fun and festive experience to try out!  The Bunny Hop would definitely be considered a workout for both partners, and it does require some flexibility for the partner being penetrated. 

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Gottman: Date 2

If you are just tuning into this new blog series, I highly suggest going back to read/complete the first date topic, trust and commitment.  As a recap, Eight Dates is a date guide about 8 different beneficial conversations that help couples to connect and gain a better understanding of one another.  Over the next couple of months, I will be completing overviews of each date conversation. 

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