On today’s show, Dr. Emily is bringing you some more sex in the news updates because information is the name of the game right now. Plus, she’s answering your sex & relationship questions.
In case you don’t know, let me inform you of a very VERY special holiday this season. I’m not talking about Easter, or Passover, or National Burrito Day. (Yes, this is real. It’s on April 2nd, and, yes, I’m disappointed in you for not celebrating.) In fact, the highest of all holidays is today: 4/20!
That’s right, that special day is finally here. And whether you’re a 420 fanatic or a total teetotaler, I’m here to recommend you expand your intake of asparagus. CBD is a type of weed that lends itself perfectly to our favorite activity here at SWE: Sex.
So here’s some facts and recommendations on how to ring in the green new year in a fun, flirty and not completely paranoid way.
These days it’s natural to need a moment to turn off the lights, tune into the computer, and pretend — even just for five minutes — that you’re not living through a global pandemic. And a great way to help that fantasy along is, drumroll please… Porn!
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.
With COVID-19 scaring the begeezus out of all of us, stress has an even greater impact on us these days. As if we didn’t already have job-related stress, financial stress, relationship drama, or health-related stress, now we have a fast-spreading virus to worry about. If you have been able to effectively “Quarantine and Chill” at home– good for you.
Read this article to help you learn more about what a sexual stress response is and how to get into that sexy space regardless of your sexual stress response.
Grab your “quarantini” and read on!
Given the current times, staying healthy has never been more important. But in addition to making your doctor proud, optimal health can give your sex life a boost while at it!
By now we all should know that certain aspects of wellness have a direct impact on sexual performance.
So in an effort to keep both your body and your sex life in tip-top shape, here are some of the biggest physical factors to help hack your way to better intimacy:
What’s that Ludacris lyric, you want a lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets? Healthy sexuality means connecting with someone in the streets, sheets, and everywhere in between.
Yes, feeling so attracted to someone that you want to rip their clothes off will make you feel close. However, non-sexual intimacy can be equally as important.
Is the holiday season an emotionally stressful or triggering time for yourself or your partner? Unfortunately, it often goes overlooked that this period can be more painful than joyful for some people.
Whether it’s a reminder of loved ones no longer with us, estrangement from family members, or even just emotional exhaustion from the long days and activities, it can be a challenging time for many.