Resources for Improving Intimacy:  “The Art of Desire”

A review of the e-course “The Art of Desire” by Jennifer Finlayson-Fife By Celeste This is the second half of my “Resources for Improving Intimacy” post.  Check out the first half about a book called “31 Days to Great Sex” here. This post is part 5 of the series:  Improving Intimacy Part 1:  How to Agree on How Often to Have Sex Part 2:   Waiting for Sex Until Marriage- Can I Really Do It? Part 3:  When Sex is Painful:  One Woman’s Story        Part 4:  A Therapist Answers Your Questions About Sex First Half  and Second Half Part 5: … Read More

Resources for Improving Intimacy: “31 Days to Great Sex”

A review of book “31 Days to Great Sex” by Sheila Wray Gregoire. By Celeste This post is part 5 of the series:  Improving Intimacy Part 1:  How to Agree on How Often to Have Sex Part 2:   Waiting for Sex Until Marriage- Can I Really Do It? Part 3:  When Sex is Painful:  One Woman’s Story        Part 4:  A Therapist Answers Your Questions About Sex First Half  and Second Half Part 5:  Resources for Improving Intimacy:  “31 Days to Great Sex” and “The Art of Desire“ This post contains affiliate links. 31 Days to Great Sex For Married… Read More

A Therapist Answers Your Questions about Sex – Part 2

A Therapist Answers Your Questions About Sex

A marriage and family therapist answers more of YOUR questions about sex. By Aimee Heffernan This post is part 4.5 of the series:  Improving Intimacy Part 1:  How to Agree on How Often to Have Sex Part 2:   Waiting for Sex Until Marriage- Can I Really Do It?   Part 3:  When Sex is Painful:  One Woman’s Story Part 4:  A Therapist Answers Your Questions About Sex Part I This post is the second part of answers to your (our readers’) questions about sex, as provided by my friend, Aimee Heffernan, a certified, licensed marriage and family therapist. Aimee’s answers in Part I… Read More

When Sex is Painful:  One Woman’s Story

When Sex is Painful

An interview with a woman who saw an obstetrician about pain during sex and came away with not only solutions to her pain but a new relationship with desire as well. By Anonymous This post is part 4 of the series:  Improving Intimacy Part 1: How to Agree on How Often to Have Sex Part 2:   Waiting for Sex Until Marriage- Can I Really Do It? Part 3:  A Therapist Answers Your Questions About Sex Part I I’ve received FOUR emails now asking me to address pain during sex.  I’m hearing you.  I have a friend who experienced this, went… Read More