34 episodes

Dr. Heather England shares the real truth about sex, love, and relationships. Together, we’ll uncover what sparks your love and sex life and empower you to create deep love and great sex! Submit your questions to Heather at www.lovefilledlife.com/ask-heather.

This information is intended for educational and informational purposes only and is meant for your personal use to help with enhancing your relationship and sexual intimacy. It is not intended to serve as psychotherapy/counseling and should never be a substitute for medical advice. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.

Great Sex Podcast Heather England

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 33 Ratings

Dr. Heather England shares the real truth about sex, love, and relationships. Together, we’ll uncover what sparks your love and sex life and empower you to create deep love and great sex! Submit your questions to Heather at www.lovefilledlife.com/ask-heather.

This information is intended for educational and informational purposes only and is meant for your personal use to help with enhancing your relationship and sexual intimacy. It is not intended to serve as psychotherapy/counseling and should never be a substitute for medical advice. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.

    33. Avoiding Masturbation Mistakes

    33. Avoiding Masturbation Mistakes

    Summary
    In this episode, Dr. Heather England discusses male masturbation and the importance of using the right technique. She advises using lube, a lighter touch, and a slower motion during masturbation to create neural pathways that mimic partnered sex. She acknowledges that her opinion may be controversial but encourages listeners to consider the information and apply it to their own lives.
    Takeaways
    The right masturbation technique can help with arousal and prevent issues contributing to erectile dysfunction.Using a hard grip, no lube, and a fast motion during masturbation can cause your penis to expect intense stimulation to stay aroused and thus hinder arousal during partnered sex.Train the penis to be aroused during masturbation in a way that mimics partnered sex by using lube, a lighter touch, and a slower motion.Be mindful of the neural pathways created during masturbation and aim to create pathways that are similar to partnered sex.Consider the information shared and apply it to your own life, taking into account your own experiences and preferences.
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    • 11 min
    32. Creating Ways to Get in the Mood for Sex

    32. Creating Ways to Get in the Mood for Sex

    Summary
    In this episode, Dr. Heather England discusses the process of transitioning from a non-sexual state to a sexual one. She emphasizes the importance of consent and empowerment in one's sexuality. Dr. England provides practical tips and activities to help individuals get in the mood for sex, such as engaging in activities that create closeness with their partner, thinking about past fulfilling sexual experiences, and exploring fantasies and erotica. She also highlights the significance of mental and emotional preparation, including self-talk and relaxation techniques. The episode concludes with a challenge for listeners to identify ways to transition themselves into a sexual mindset.
    Takeaways
    Consent and empowerment are essential in one's sexuality.Engaging in activities that create closeness with your partner can help get you in the mood for sex.Thinking about past fulfilling sexual experiences and exploring fantasies and erotica can enhance sexual desire.Mental and emotional preparation, such as self-talk and relaxation techniques, can facilitate the transition to a sexual mindset.It is important to embrace and empower your sexuality.
    Chapters
    00:00 Setting the Stage
    03:48 Transitioning from Being Non-Sexual to Sexual
    07:57 Activities to Get in the Mood
    13:19 Mental and Emotional Preparation
    15:09 Exploring Fantasies and Erotica
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    • 19 min
    31. Signs of an Unhappy Relationship

    31. Signs of an Unhappy Relationship

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    • 13 min
    30: What Happens in Therapy and Sex Therapy?

    30: What Happens in Therapy and Sex Therapy?

    Summary
    In this episode, Dr. Heather England interviews Beverly Rouse, a licensed clinical professional counselor and executive coach, about therapy and sex therapy. Beverly shares her journey from the military to becoming a therapist and explains the role of therapy in helping individuals navigate challenges and improve their relationships. She also discusses the misconceptions about sex therapy and highlights the importance of self-care in maintaining overall well-being.
    Takeaways
    Therapy provides a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their challenges and work towards personal growth.Sex therapy is a specialized form of therapy that focuses on addressing sexual issues and improving sexual well-being.It is important to find a therapist who is a good fit for you and with whom you feel comfortable discussing sensitive topics.Self-care is essential for maintaining overall well-being and should be prioritized to prevent burnout and promote self-compassion.
    Chapters
    00:00 Introduction and Background
    02:24 Becoming a Therapist
    05:16 Challenges of Deployment
    08:11 Asking for Help
    10:35 The Role of Therapy
    14:51 What is Sex Therapy?
    Ms. Rouse's Contact Information:
    Empowering Insight, LLC
    Email: empoweringinsight@gmail.com
    Her LinkedIn
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    • 42 min
    29. Redefining Sex: Moving Beyond Intercourse for Deeper Intimacy

    29. Redefining Sex: Moving Beyond Intercourse for Deeper Intimacy

    Summary
    In this episode, Dr. Heather England discusses the importance of talking about sex and challenges the societal norms around intercourse. She emphasizes the need for open communication and negotiation in sexual relationships. Dr. England also highlights the unrealistic expectations set by Hollywood and the pressure it puts on both men and women. She encourages listeners to explore other pleasurable and connecting activities beyond intercourse.
    Takeaways
    Talking about sex is important for healthy relationships and overall well-being.Intercourse is not the only goal of sex and may not be pleasurable or satisfying for everyone.Societal norms and media portrayals of sex can create unrealistic expectations and feelings of inadequacy.Couples should explore and redefine their own sexual menu based on what is pleasurable and connecting for them.
    #sex #relationships #communication #intercourse #pleasure #connection #Intimacy #RelationshipGoals #SexualWellness #Empowerment #SelfEsteem #SexualDiversity #OpenCommunication #RedefiningSex
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    • 17 min
    28. Is it OK if I Don't Want to Have Intercourse Anymore

    28. Is it OK if I Don't Want to Have Intercourse Anymore

    Summary
    In this episode, Dr. Heather England addresses a listener's question about not wanting to have intercourse with their partner. She emphasizes the importance of consent and the negative effects of having sex when not desired. Dr. England explores various reasons for not wanting intercourse, including lack of enjoyment, past traumas, societal influences, and unmet needs. She encourages open communication and relationship negotiation to find a solution that satisfies both partners. Dr. England also suggests exploring other pleasurable activities and addressing pain during intercourse. Lastly, she discusses the concept of viewing sex as a gift for one's partner.
    Takeaways
    Consent is crucial in any sexual activity, and it is important to feel safe saying no.Understanding the reasons behind not wanting intercourse can help address underlying issues.Open communication and negotiation are key to finding a solution satisfying both partners.Exploring other pleasurable activities and addressing pain during intercourse can enhance sexual intimacy.
    Chapters
    00:00 Introduction: Question about not wanting intercourse
    03:19: Reasons for not wanting intercourse
    07:19: Exploring underlying issues
    11:34: Negotiating and compromising in the relationship
    13:00: Finding other pleasurable activities
    13:59: Addressing pain during intercourse
    19:10: Viewing sex as a gift
    19:38: Conclusion and call to action
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    Mentioned in this episode:
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    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

jkhartsk ,

Informative and encouraging!

This podcast has provided so much great info not just about healthy sex, but heathy relationships and navigating menopause- a topic that is just not spoken about enough. I’m grateful for the wisdom and practical tips!

anotherCST ,

Such great info!

Heather shares such great info about sex and relationships! So helpful in a society in which talking about it or finding accurate info can sometimes be difficult. She makes it so approachable and understandable. Highly recommend!

Elizabeth Cush, LCPC ,

a great climax!

Heather’s no-nonsense talk about sex, pleasure, and connection is wonderful!
I appreciated her willingness to talk about sex, and how to enjoy it more fully. I recommend listening if you’ve struggled with orgasms, and have great sex.

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