Sex Marks The Spot
Podcast and Other Features
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do! Cheers Laura from BestLife for including me in your piece!
The Single Best Way to Break Up with Someone, According to ExpertsHINT: IT DOESN’T INCLUDE SAYING “IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME.” By Laura Dorwart Breaking
Co-Dependency is Controversial. Cheers Angela from Zoe Report for Including Me in Your Piece
https://www.thezoereport.com/p/how-to-overcome-codependency-according-to-therapists-whove-seen-it-happen-15862153 There’s a plethora of relationship behaviors that feel familiar and safe to discuss, because they are easily recognizable: jealousy, infatuation, resentment, distrust. All of
Q&A With Catalina: Couples Therapy – How can it help & how’s it work?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsvMl8l1NY0 Are you looking for support for both you and your partner?Couples therapy may be an option Couples therapy has been proven to help couples
I Want More Sex Than My Partner: What Do I Do Without Leaving?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQwRxWWsAf8 Are you wanting more sex than your partner and asking what should you do without leaving the relationship? Today I’m going to talk about
Sex and Cancer. The Unspoken Side Effect
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlQ2RNnLe_o Sex and cancer. We rarely hear these two words together, and that’s a problem because up to seventy percent of breast cancer patients and
Q&A with Dr Catalina Lawsin: What Do I Do When Sex Hurts?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlQ2RNnLe_o Have you been experiencing pain during or after sex? There’s a lot of reasons why women might experience pain during or after sex. These can be either physical or psychological. One of
Check out a recent interview I had with Ronnie about sex after cancer in Chicago Health
Sex After Cancer Helping female survivors regain their sexual satisfaction and confidence After Naomi’s breast cancer treatment — the lumpectomy, the chemotherapy, the 33 radiation
Romance may still be lingering in the air, but for many cancer survivors Valentine’s Day was just another reminder of how their sexuality has been scarred by cancer.
Check out the article at: http://oncologynews.com.au/lets-talk-about-sex-after-cancer/ Over 40 percent of all cancer survivors experience negative sexual changes after treatment, with this percentage dramatically rising to
Relationships are hard, no matter the decade
As I enjoy my 40s of being single and watch my friends- single, married, divorced- and myself navigate love in all its forms, I keep
Sex After Cancer Amongst Latina Cancer Survivors
A community-based approach for developing novel web-based psychosexual resources for Latina cancer survivors Changes to sexual wellbeing have been reported as one of the most