29 min

Sex After Parenthood: Understanding Myths & Rebuilding Intimacy Mom Enough: Parenting tips, research-based advice + a few personal confessions!

    • Kids & Family

Has your sex life been put on the back burner since you became a parent? Do you find yourself struggling to get in the mood or to have the same spontaneous arousal as your partner? Or, do you have the feeling that you are somehow sexually broken? You are not alone! Women’s sexual desire is not the same as men’s, and it’s time you stop comparing yourself to your male counterpart and learn what it takes to have fulfilling and pleasurable sex. So, how can you create the sex life you want?



 



Tune in to this episode of Mom Enough with Sex and Intimacy Coach, Irene Fehr. Out of her own experience in a “happy marriage turned sexless,” Irene focused her efforts to understand women’s pleasure and sexuality, uncovering the common myths that result in women blaming themselves for their sexless marriages. She outlines the truth about women’s sexual desire, highlights the roles partners can play in recovering women’s libido, and shares tips to help you get back to yourself and your sex life after becoming a mom. You won’t want to miss this intimate, and hopeful, conversation on sex and desire!



 

WHAT HAVE YOU NOTICED ABOUT YOUR SEX LIFE AFTER BECOMING A PARENT?

What myth about women’s sexuality surprised you the most? How will this information change your approach to sex and intimacy in the future?



 

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SEX AFTER PARENTHOOD?

❉ HOW TO WANT SEX AGAIN. Learn more about the four myths and the roadmap to sexual desire in this free 3-video minicourse.



❉ WHY DO COUPLES STOP HAVING SEX? Why do couples stop having sex in a long-term relationship — and why is that a good thing?  



❉ CHILDREN BENEFIT WHEN THEIR PARENTS' RELATIONSHIP IS STRONG. Dr. Laurie Mintz, author of A Tired Woman’s Guide to Passionate Sex, joins Marti and Erin for a lively discussion of how the exhausting demands of parenting can cause us to lose focus on what we need to feel healthy and good about ourselves.

Has your sex life been put on the back burner since you became a parent? Do you find yourself struggling to get in the mood or to have the same spontaneous arousal as your partner? Or, do you have the feeling that you are somehow sexually broken? You are not alone! Women’s sexual desire is not the same as men’s, and it’s time you stop comparing yourself to your male counterpart and learn what it takes to have fulfilling and pleasurable sex. So, how can you create the sex life you want?



 



Tune in to this episode of Mom Enough with Sex and Intimacy Coach, Irene Fehr. Out of her own experience in a “happy marriage turned sexless,” Irene focused her efforts to understand women’s pleasure and sexuality, uncovering the common myths that result in women blaming themselves for their sexless marriages. She outlines the truth about women’s sexual desire, highlights the roles partners can play in recovering women’s libido, and shares tips to help you get back to yourself and your sex life after becoming a mom. You won’t want to miss this intimate, and hopeful, conversation on sex and desire!



 

WHAT HAVE YOU NOTICED ABOUT YOUR SEX LIFE AFTER BECOMING A PARENT?

What myth about women’s sexuality surprised you the most? How will this information change your approach to sex and intimacy in the future?



 

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SEX AFTER PARENTHOOD?

❉ HOW TO WANT SEX AGAIN. Learn more about the four myths and the roadmap to sexual desire in this free 3-video minicourse.



❉ WHY DO COUPLES STOP HAVING SEX? Why do couples stop having sex in a long-term relationship — and why is that a good thing?  



❉ CHILDREN BENEFIT WHEN THEIR PARENTS' RELATIONSHIP IS STRONG. Dr. Laurie Mintz, author of A Tired Woman’s Guide to Passionate Sex, joins Marti and Erin for a lively discussion of how the exhausting demands of parenting can cause us to lose focus on what we need to feel healthy and good about ourselves.

29 min

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