Let’s Talk About Sex
Here’s what you need to know: I talk about sex quite a lot.
In counseling, sex is something clients want to address more often than not. Why? Because people have so many quirks and questions about physical intimacy that need to be addressed, and counseling is a great place to process and find solutions!
I really value sex and its role in relationships. In fact, I can give you quite a good case on how highly God values sex. He created it, after all, and it’s not exclusively for procreation either. (Example: the clitoris. Praise God for his creative care of us. Go ahead and give God a high five and a wink.)
If you’ve got a sex question or issue, we can trouble shoot it together.
Here are some aspects of sex that I regularly discuss with clients:
- Negotiating sex (the what, when, where, why & how).
- Making sex a priority in your marriage.
- What to do with mis-matched sexual interests or levels of desire.
- Establishing a healthy and biblical theology of sex.
- Getting the “shame” and “should” out of your sex life.
- How you can desire sex more.
- Why it’s always a good time to have sex.
- Jump starting a flat-lined libido.
- Processing through negative associations you’ve made regarding sex.
- Sexual trauma.
- Sex after menopause.
- Sex after pregnancy.
- Body image issues reducing sexual interest.
- Male and female sexual dysfunction.
- Reasons you should say “no” to sex (short list).
- Reasons you should say “yes” to sex (looooooong list).
- Establishing healthy sexual boundaries.
Over the next few weeks, we will unpack a few of these topics. If you’d like to request a certain topic be covered, feel free to email me here!
If any of this sounds like something you are working through, I’d be glad to set up a time to figure out some solutions. After all, if the sexual component of your relationship is going strong, it brings a lot of positivity to the rest of your relationship.
Daytime and evening counseling sessions are available in Walker, Louisiana and 2 locations in Baton Rouge.