Margery Fridstein, MA, LPC, offers tips on effectively talking to your kids about sex By Margery Fridstein, psychotherapist/ genConnect.com Parents need to talk to their kids about sex. And they need to do it at a much earlier age than their parents talked to them. I find that kids – some as young as 7 – who come to my office have no hesitancy in talking about sexual topics that they have picked up from their parents, their older siblings or the media.
Sex expert Dr. Marianne Brandon shares advice on how to merge motherhood and sexuality postpartum By Sex Expert Dr. Marianne Brandon If you are a mother, you might be thinking that it often feels more like it’s either sex or the first year postpartum … not both. For so many women, it is a veritable challenge to meld these experiences into one life. In my practice, I regularly work with postpartum women who describe their sex lives in the past tense:
By Dr. Marianne Brandon So Easter is approaching, and whether or not you celebrate it, you see chocolate eggs and bunnies everywhere these days. If you find yourself with some spare Easter candy lying about, why not make good use of it by becoming creative with your Easter treats! Turn Easter into a time for some sweet romance with these tips:
You are perfect just the way you are. Stop preparing for marriage and know you are perfect. You don’t need to do anything. You just need to be you. It’s not about the size of your thighs or your bank account. You are perfect just the way you are. If you don’t believe me, believe Billy Joel: “Don’t go changing to try and please me…I want you just the way you are.” That is the way marriage is meant to be. Do you accept that you are perfect today?
By Cyber Dating Expert Julie Spira Valentine's Day is two weeks away and you're without a date. No need to fear. There are plenty of fish in the online dating sea who are also in your position. To find a Valentine for February 14th, try these tips from cyber dating expert Julie Spira: