How we perceive our sexual-self is an integral part of how we see ourselves in this world, and how we relate to others. It is important to work with someone who can help you navigate the mixed messaging of how we are told sex “should be”, to a place of being able to express who you are as a sexual being, without expectation or judgement.
Most people do not know where to turn when sexual problems, concerns, or questions creep up. The internet is full of terrible advice, and sexual issues are not something most people feel comfortable discussing – even with their partner. Those of us coming from religious backgrounds can find this topic even more difficult to talk about, because we simply were never given the tools we need to be able to have the discussion.
The result is that many men and women suffer silently whilst at the same time feeling sexually inadequate, abnormal, or just plain frustrated.
I work with you to give you the tools to have the discussions you need to have, and to discover who you are at your sexual core, and then work with you to express that in a way that aligns with your life and values.
We’ll discuss everything from social media and sexting, to online predators and cyberbullying.
Join us as we explore the best ways to navigate the space of having the sex talk with your children. We’ll discuss the dos and don’ts, and give you practical tips that you can use to make the conversation a little bit easier.