As a Certified Sex & Marriage Coach, and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Amanda Louder helps conservative Christian women love their sex life!
In this podcast, Amanda helps women embrace their sexuality so that they can become the woman they were created to be. She teaches you how to integrate sexuality into your marriage in a loving and healthy way, get rid of the drama and negative emotions around sex in your marriage, and develop a better relationship to yourself, your spouse, and your sexuality.
It Takes Too Long To Orgasm!
Does your orgasm take too long? This is a complaint I hear all of the time from my clients. We as women are culturally trained that our needs are secondary to our husband’s and children’s needs. This is what makes us good wives and mothers, or so we’re taught. So, we often worry about how much time it takes us to orgasm. About whether our husband is bored. About whether we’re being selfish to even want to orgasm. Let’s talk about orgasms in this episode. You are well worth the time!
It’s Okay That You Don’t Like Sex
Did the title of this podcast surprise you? It surprises a lot of my clients too. But it actually makes a lot of sense that you don’t like sex. In this episode, we talk about the top reasons why you don’t like sex. Which one will resonate with you? Then we talk about why those reasons make it so you don’t like sex. Maybe in the end, you’ll find that what you’ve been thinking all along may not be the actual problem.
Why Pleasure Matters
I want to ask you a question. Are you afraid of pleasure? Maybe you're thinking, “Of course not! I find pleasure in my family or my job.” But the pleasure I'm talking about is intimate pleasure. Are you afraid to let go and be vulnerable in order to feel pleasure? Is it easier to focus on your spouse's pleasure rather than yours? In this episode, I share with you why pleasure is important! Why, in fact, it's part of who we are made to be!
Pressure to Perform
In this episode, we’re talking about pressure. Both the pressure we put on ourselves and the pressure we feel from our spouses. And in reality, how the internal and external pressure isn’t good for our marriages. Let’s talk about why we put that pressure on and what we can do to let it go and have the relationship we want! Let’s get rid of some of that pressure!
The Language of Love and Sex
In this episode, let’s talk about words. What are words? They are just letters and syllables that we have been taught are good or bad. But why are they good or bad? It all comes down to our culture. The English language lacks the subtlety that other languages have when it comes to love and our bodies. Maybe we need to take a look at that and change what we see as “dirty words.” Maybe it’s time to change some of those dirty words into sex positive works for us and our spouses.
How I Fixed My Sexual Relationship: An Interview with Mike Peterson
In this episode, I speak with Mike Peterson about his experiences with fixing his sexual relationship in his marriage. I am so excited to share with you the male perspective of what happens in a marriage when you become more like roommates than intimate partners. Mike lives in Sandy, Utah with his wife Tami and their 5 kids. His passion is talking with other men who are struggling in their relationships to help them avoid some of the mistakes he made while trying to improve his own marriage.
Amanda ... I found podcast today and I have listened for the last 5 hours. You are definitely #1 on my list
Living and loving my husband
Thank you for your blunt, raw and provocative podcasts! I’ve always enjoyed sex with my husband, but the different episodes and topics opened my mind and body to exploring so much more. I’m finally opening up, relaxing, understanding my hang ups, understanding how my husband thinks/works and truly living and loving my husband even more
I first started listening by myself (male). I found it to be helpful and knew my wife would too. Rather than listening and suggesting an episode here and there, we now listen together. We often pause it to discuss, compliment, apologize, or recollect. We enjoy your insight and look forward to spending the time together listening and talking.