What happens during sex therapy, and can you and your partner benefit from it?
If you're like a ton of people, you've probably gone through sexual dry spells, lack of libido, periods of low sexual satisfaction, and other mojo-losing setbacks. But some sexual problems are so chronic that it's impossible to get your booty in gear without going to a sex therapist. The most common reasons both couples and individuals seek out sex therapy are problems such as anorgasmia—or inability to orgasm—in women, or premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction in men. In this video, our helpful friends at HealthGuru.com explain what happens during sex therapy, and how you may be able to benefit from it.
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