Sexual Disorientation is a weekly podcast featuring clinical psychologist and Professor Of Psychology Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Each episode Dr. Ramani welcomes an interesting guest to talk sex, relationships, and every taboo topic in between.
Relationships with Libido Differences and Erectile Dysfunction
Dr Ramani and Silvia Saige tackle a bundle of e-mails about one very big problem: What happens when someone wants sex and their partner won't or can't oblige?
Toxic Love Addiction, A Narcissist In The Friend Group, Mental Illness Stigma
Dr Ramani answers backlogged questions about picking bad partners, finding empathy for your mental illness, and keeping friends when there's a narcissist between you.
Cross-Dressing, BDSM Rules, Hypoactive Sexual Desire
Dr Ramani and Silvia Saige take a break from narcissism to tackle a bevy of backlogged sex questions, including cross-dressing fantasies and rules for BDSM.
'Boring' Lovers, Unwanted Confidence, Part-Time Narcissists
Dr Ramani and Silvia Saige are back from summer vacation, with stories of travels abroad and the dysfunctional co-parents they encountered out there!
Dr Ramani and Silvia welcome "guest professor" Robert Kandell, author of the new book unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them.
Porn, Narcissism and Love
Dr Ramani and Silvia Saige celebrate the show's 50th episode with a look back on lessons learned and fresh advice on narcissists, boundaries, and forging ahead.
After the (blank) that i have been through, going through and the not too optimistic about whats to come, watching Dr Ramani’s videos and now this podcast, possibly mind bending, hut definitely mind blowing and opening with all the education and getting not only flashbacks, but learning the behaviors overall have been slight relief putting the pieces together..thank you.
Amazing podcast! One of the best. Dr. Ramani makes this show
Great podcast. Why’d you quit?
Such a good podcast. Not sure why you guys quit out of the blue. Didn’t give your listeners any warning and haven’t come back to explain why. How unfortunate.