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Beyond the Bedroom: Saving Your Relationship with Pleasure

The term “pleasure” is complicated and often misunderstood. To many women, pleasure has become a bad word. But, why? There’s one thing that’s important to get straight. Pleasure is not always sexual.

“Pleasure” can encompass many things, like the feeling you...

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Why Painful Sex Affects Relationships More Than We Think

Do you experience pain during sex? Sometimes the pain comes out after giving birth, other times it is a pelvic issue. When sex is painful, it can affect a relationships more than you think. From avoiding sex altogether, to feeling like you to have to have it. These are all results from...

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How Adele's Album About Divorce is Changing the Conversation

What is it Adele and Dr. Jordin have in common? Divorce.

Divorce is becoming more and more common in society. There’s even a new album covering it. But that doesn’t make it any easier.

Sometimes it happens because the sex has become routine, or non-existent. Other times you may be...

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The Reality of Female Sex Education and Common Misconceptions

The lack of sexual education when it comes to women and their bodies is alarming. If you happened to receive any education in school sex-ed classes, it was likely based on gender stereotypes and a brief overview of the part and mechanics. Nothing to do with pleasure and no addressing the common...

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Radical Relationship Inventory: Have You Updated the Terms and Agreements of Your Relationship Recently?

Being in a relationship is more than just love and romance. At some point we have to be good roommates to one another by expressing our needs and communicating the changes we want to see. If one person in the relationship is always being the generous roommate - taking care of the cooking, the...

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Balance in Your Relationship: Why “Opposites Attract” Isn’t Working Anymore

We’ve always heard the phrase “opposites attract” when it comes to finding a partner, and in the beginning it's usually true. We start off by being attracted to those who reflect the opposite of who we are naturally. Someone who’s soft spoken or shy will often be attracted...

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The Process of Healing Your Relationship After an Affair

 

While it is considered a taboo topic, we need to open up the conversation about affairs and infidelity. 

Esther Perel calls infidelity “universally forbidden yet universally practiced” which perfectly characterizes how society views and experiences cheating in...

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The Beginning of Motherhood: Is it That Hard for Everyone?

Entering motherhood comes with what seems like a never-ending number of changes. Physical, emotional, mental - you're now a source of food, care and support like never before. Becoming a mother is often described as the happiest time of someone's life despite the sleep deprivation, mood swings,...

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Communication Tips When it Comes to Approaching Your Partner About Orgasms

 Speaking to a partner about orgasms and pleasure can be intimidating - you don’t want anyone taking it personally or getting offended, especially if it’s not something you’ve spoken about with your partner before. We know asking for what you want can be intimidating for...

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Girl Talk: The recipe for good sex

Sex is not a drive. Sex is a reward system – the better the sex is, the more you want it. The problem is that most women don’t want the sex they’re having. 

On this episode of the Pleasure Principles, I have GG and Kasey back on the show for some ‘girl talk’...

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