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Sex and Psychology Podcast

How to Reset Your Sex Life

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Sex and Psychology Podcast

It’s common for people in long-term relationships to get out of synch when it comes to sex. This can happen for a ton of reasons, from changes in health and hormones to relationship conflict to stress and so much more. But no matter the reason, it’s never too late to do a sex life “reset!” If sex has decreased, disappeared, or become less satisfying in your relationship, this episode is for you. We’re going to discuss how to identify your desires, how to communicate them to a partner, how to build up sexual self-confidence, and how to start conversations about sexual problems and difficulties in a healthy and productive way.

I am joined once again by Dr. Lanae St.John, also known as The MamaSutra. She is a board-certified sexologist, certified sex coach, and former professor of human sexuality. Lanae is also the author of Read Me: A Parental Primer for “The Talk.” This is Lanae’s second appearance on the show, so be sure to check out our previous conversation, which focused on talking to your kids about sex.

Some of the topics we discuss today include:

  • What are some of the most common reasons partners get out of synch when it comes to sex?
  • What are some ways we can identify our own sexual desires?
  • How can partners have productive conversations about sexual desire?
  • What are some things you can do to build up sexual self-confidence?

Check it out! To learn more about Lanae, visit her website “The Mamastura,” and follow her on Instagram @themamasutra.

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