Sex podcast to help committed couples keep it hot! Find hope to keep your marriage and committed relationships emotionally connected and sexually erotic. Certified sex therapist Dr. Laurie Watson is joined by global leader in couples therapy - George Faller, LMFT for an expert, frank and fascinating conversation about sex, love, therapy, relationship dynamics, healthy couples and marriage. We discuss everything from best sexual techniques and solving sexual problems, to building the emotional intimacy necessary for great sex in your relationship! Two therapists bring you sound, concrete tools to reframe your relationship problems and learn how to fall in-love again, rebuild trust, and feel desire. Subscribe to us today!
The #1 Sex Life Destroying Habit & How To Fix It
All of us have struggles communicating, and these struggles often seep into the bedroom. As sex and couples therapists, we often run into couples who avoid talking about sex and sexual needs. Instead, they defer to an avoidant-style habit that can be a sex life killer: making assumptions.
When we make up stories about our partner, it kills the curious drive that creates sexual magic. When we assume our partner knows what we want, we forfeit the possibility of getting our needs met.
The Shared Trauma of 9/11
Where were you on 9/11? We all remember. It's been 20 years.
Most of us were stunned, watching the twin towers fall, but George was with the FDNY rushing to Ground Zero, following his training, following his instinct to get people out of there.
Listen up as he shares about the worst of times -- the horror of the day and months to come, searching for people who were still alive and finding none. And the best of times -- the support and love that people poured out to the first responders, to their neighbors -- the cohesion of a community and a nation united. "There's value in pain if we face it with others." -- George Faller
Today, we honor George and all the first responders who ran toward the danger. We send gratitude and peace to Kathy Faller for watching her young husband leave in the midst of chaos, not knowing what would happen and for holding down the fort afterwards. To both of them, we celebrate that in the midst of fear, they could turn towards each other and find comfort.
G - we love you! Thank you for your vulnerability in sharing with us.
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Vulnerability Can Spice Up A Boring Marriage
Couples who find themselves stuck in the boring and mundane are often couples who have failed to be vulnerable.
We're using a three-road analogy to explain why some couples remain in mediocracy...
Frustrated Pursuers–The Pain of Rejection
Because sexual Pursuers are usually the sexual initiator, they are often facing rejection. Over time they become anxious about initiating. For Pursuers, rejection goes beyond being told “no” when they make a sexual advance. Rejection also happens when they perceive or assume rejection. It may seem unfair but it feels true to the sexual Pursuer.
How can Withdrawers seek to understand and help their frustrated sexual Pursuer? We’re breaking down 5 ways Withdrawers can protect their partner from rejec
When Does Sex Become Compulsive?
Sometimes sexual activities become compulsive and lead to damaging pattern in people's relationships and work lives. Defining sexual compulsion is best done by identifying certain patterns and behaviors. These can include overindulging in porn, loss in interest in sex with their partner, having a "secret" life seeking seeking sexual activities elsewhere, escalation of risky sexual behaviors, or neglecting responsibilities due to their addiction.
How do we understand and begin healing sexual addiction?
4 Steps To Romantic Sex
We talk a lot about romance outside of the bedroom, but what does a romantic interlude look like?
Both men and women appreciate romance and thoughtfulness in relationships. Bringing romance to a relationship will differ for everyone but based on our experience, there are 4 important elements for adding spice to the bedroom!
Let's break down each of these steps!
Clear and Real Podcast
As a therapist, this is an amazing resource primarily because of the down-to-earth and real language. Very vulnerable and invites dialogue in places that are typically fully of shame and not welcomed.
Saved my relationship
I have health problems and sex can be hard for me, I’m also 35 to my mans 29 years and my drive isn’t not always there. Sex is usually painful because I have interstitial cystitis amongst other things, and I’m not the pursuit but I do understand my man has needs and feels neglected. Listening doesn’t make me feel alone I feel you put things into perspective so instead of making it about my health issues I could see his sexual frustration was equally relevant.
Super Insightful 👍🔥
I’ve been listening for some time and always learn something new. The conversations are always insightful!
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