What happens when your partner wants way more sex than you do? Or way less? In this Couples Therapy in Seven Words podcast episode, Judy and I talk about the death spiral that can happen in a relationship–but also about opportunities for grace, intimacy, and erotic connection, at any age. What do you think?
In this episode of our podcast, “Couples Therapy in Seven Words,” we’re responding to a provocative question posed by a letter to Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus: If you watch porn, do you have to tell your partner about it? What are the pros and cons? Is porn okay at all, and if it is, how […]
We’re live! (Well, we taped before a live audience!) Check out our discussion of communication (it’s still not about communication!), sex, intimacy, and other topics, with provocative and personal questions from our audience. Thanks to Temple Sinai in South Burlington, Vermont for hosting this event.
Did you know that sexual desire and sexual arousal aren’t the same–that you can be capable of arousal but have little desire, or have a lot of desire but experience little arousal? In our Couples Therapy in Seven Words video podcast, we have a lively, engaging interview with the Orthodox Sex Guru and Queen of […]
Our latest “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” podcast episode is delightful conversation with Susan Bratton, who teaches couples how to go from just having sex to making love. Susan tells us about the Sexual Soulmate Pact, how to get the juices flowing even when desire has been long gone, and how both women and men […]
Looking for the perfect holiday gift for your relationship? We’re hearing great things about my book, Reigniting the Spark: Why Stable Relationships Lose Intimacy, and How to Get It Back, from couples who are using it as a gift for themselves. How about you? Check out the video to learn more.
We’ve been getting some great reviews for my book Reigniting the Spark: Why Stable Relationships Lose Intimacy, and How to Get It Back. So Judy and I made some videos to share some of them with you. Check them out, and let us know what you think!
“Poly?” writes: I am in my 40s and my husband “Bob” is in his 50s. We’ve been married 17 years and things are kind of blah in our marriage. We went to a marriage counselor and it didn’t seem to help much. We don’t seem to be connecting much and our sex life is pretty […]