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Foreplay Radio -- Couples and Sex Therapy

Sex podcast to help couples keep it hot! We have hope that long-term marriage and partnership can be both emotionally close and sexually erotic. Certified sex therapist Laurie Watson and couples therapist George Faller discuss everything from best sexual techniques and solving sexual problems, to building the emotional intimacy necessary for great sex in your relationship! Two therapists bring you sound, concrete tools to reframe your relationship problems and heal with the use of attachment theory. Subscribe to us today!
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Dec 17, 2017

Each of us has unreal expectations and fantasies about our partner and our relationship. When we are realistic about our sex lives, we can let go of, and decide to grieve, the losses of our idealizations of our partner and our sex lives. Join sex therapist and author Laurie Watson and couple’s therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they talk about what and how to grieve.

1 Comments
  • almost two years ago
    Will
    The message I took away from the latest podcast is that a partner should simply accept and be content with whatever his or her partner will offer. I disagree with this notion. I see this as one person getting exactly what they want and the other person not. To me this smacks of non compromise and compromise is a critical element of a relationship

    For example, let's say one partner only wants sex on Wednesday evenings at 9 p.m. Should his or her partner simply accept that? What if one partner only wants sex one day a month? Again, should the other partner simply accept this and be content?

    What if a wife wants her husband to give her spontaneous romantic gestures such as flowers, a text message saying I love you, a surprise date night and the husband has no interest. Should the wife be content and accept this?

    As we age we change and a relationship should be dynamic enough to change as well. As we go through life we are exposed to different ideas, philosophies, experiences. One person may develop an interest in something that is not currently part of the relationship. If the other partner simply says no, I see this as very limiting in a relationship.

    I love the show and always look forward to the next episode. I turned my wife onto them as well. She initially gained some relationship insight but unfortunately that insight quickly faded.
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