The intimate moments with your partner are the most treasured times. A hug, a kiss on the forehead, snuggling, or holding hands while watching TV. All these moments are treasures.
Being sexually intimate should be just as magical, and yet so many couples struggle when it comes to sex and being physically intimate.
Sex is one of those things almost everyone loves doing, but feels terribly uncomfortable talking about. And why wouldn’t you? After all it was a subject that was never discussed at home and was more than awkward in school to discuss.
But not being able to openly talk about sex is not the only, or biggest issue. Trauma is. I have been working with many women who were sexually assaulted, or raped, and as a result of that experienced triggers whenever they were trying to be intimate with their loving partner.
Sexual trauma can cause so many issues. Not only does it make sex a triggering subject, but it wreaks havoc on your relationship. It is often frustrating for both partners for different reasons. And if not addressed, it can become the reason why relationships break apart.
But it does not have to come to this. With the right tools, you and your partner can transform your relationship with intimacy and take your relationship to a whole new level. Click on the link below to learn more about how my program can help you.