It’s no mystery that things have been more stressful than usual these days. When life feels chaotic, our relationships and sex lives tend to suffer, and so it’s important to reset the mind and focus on the present. That’s why I’ve brought on my therapist Dr. Anadel Barbour to discuss the coping mechanisms and mindfulness techniques I use to reignite my best self.
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Closure. The elusive beast that we all need at one point or another. Whether it lasted for 10 years, or 10 weeks, putting a period on the end of a relationship is hard.
We talk about closure so much, it’s become a breakup buzz word. But you don’t have to be pulled back into old patterns to get closure. And you don’t have to use it as an excuse to not move on.
You can embrace your independence and give YOURSELF closure, without the help of your ex. Because sometimes, there’s nothing left to do, but spend some time with me, myself, and I.
So how do you give yourself closure?
Candles. Crystals. Meditation. Yoga. Prayer. Reading a new age, self-help book. All these things sound great, but how could they possibly be related to sex?
Well, you might be surprised. Let’s dive in to the intersection between sex and spirituality.
What is Black self love? To put it simply, it is a regard for one’s self love and self being through the Black gaze. With commitments like work and school, nourishing your body and mind can be put to the wayside.
Black self love and Black self acceptance are more important than ever. In light of recent events, it’s important for Black people to practice self love.
Here are some ways to find Black self love during a revolution.
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is giving you a mash-up of interviews to give you some ways to de-stress, have more sex, and feel a little better mentally and physically. She wants all of you to have the tools to keep your mind strong so your body can stay strong.
Sometimes you don’t want to get out of bed in a sexy way. You and your boo woke up feeling frisky, you went from bed to the shower back to bed and five more minutes quickly turned into 35 more minutes. And three orgasms. A new record.
Of course, sometimes you don’t want to get out of bed in a totally not sexy way. You don’t have any energy. You’re not enjoying things the way you used to. You feel tired and down all the time. Or worse, you don’t feel anything at all.
Whether you’ve dealt with depression for a while or you’re experiencing it for the first time — navigating your mental health can be totally overwhelming. And when sex is the last thing on your mind, it can be hard to know how to keep up the spark. Here are some tips on balancing sex and depression.
For some peculiar reason, modern society raises us to view sexuality as something rigid and fixed, as if our sensuality could be set in stone. You’re gay or you’re straight, trans or cis, vanilla or kinky, and that’s that.
However through both my personal experience, and my years working as a sexuality doula, this doesn’t seem to be the case. At all.
Ah, multiple orgasms. A feat that comes as easy to some as it feels impossible to others.
We’ve all heard about this masterful skill, but is it a talent you’re born with, or something we can train ourselves to achieve?
Well luckily, it’s the latter! And we’re here with an arsenal of tips to help you take the reins and experience this supremely sexy deed for yourself.
In these busy modern times, we often feel inundated with health advice. While we all want to do what’s best for us, picking a wellness practice and sticking to it can be tricky.
As a listener of the podcast, you’ve probably heard Emily say “meditate, masturbate, manifest” more than once. I mean, she even put it on a vibrating necklace…pretty sexy stuff if you ask me. She’s passionate about those things for a reason; they are good for you!
So today I’m going to be teaching you about what each means. I’ll also show you how they benefit your sex life, and some tips for how to make them into a consistent habit. Ready? Let’s dive in.