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Sex will change as you get older – but it does not have to become less enjoyable.  In fact, sex often gets better as people age.  There is less of the earlier physical urgency for sexual satisfaction and many people feel more confident and comfortable with their sexuality.  In a long term...
Type: Article
Topics: midlife, aging, communication
How can we start those very important conversations about sexuality with our children?  Firstly, you need to remember that you have been the primary sexuality educator your children since they were babies.  Children first learn about sexuality from the hugs and cuddles we give them as babies and...
Type: Article
Topics: parents, teenagers, teens, communication, values, Youth
What is erectile dysfunction?Erectile dysfunction can play itself out in many different ways. It can be the complete inability to get an erection or a tendency for the penis to soften too quickly to ‘complete’ sexual intercourse. Note that if a man has trouble with erections once in a while, it is ...
Type: Article
Topics: male sexuality, gender, men, communication
Love... Infatuation... Is friendship that takes root and grows – one day at a time. Is instant desire.  It is one person’s hormones calling to another. Is the quiet understanding and mature acceptance of imperfection.  It is real.  It gives you strength and grows beyond you – to bolster your...
One of the difficulties of talking about sexuality is the need to clarify what meaning we attach to the words and terms we are using. Sexual desire is one such word.  While people may assume that we all know what we are talking about, it’s actually a complex concept that involves a person's...
Type: Article
Topics: female sexuality, sexual desire, communication
Sexual satisfaction is not just physical pleasure, nor is it simply the absence of dissatisfaction or problems. Rather, sexual satisfaction involves the overall feeling we are left with after considering the positive and negative aspects (or sexual rewards and costs) of our sexual relationships...
Type: Article
Topics: midlife, aging, communication
Sexual satisfaction is not just physical pleasure, nor is it simply the absence of dissatisfaction or problems. Rather, sexual satisfaction involves the overall feeling we are left with after considering the positive and negative aspects (or sexual rewards and costs) of our sexual relationships...

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