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Certified Sex Therapist Kimberly Resnick Anderson is passionate about sharing her provocative views, extensive knowledge and clinical experience. Her blogs are full of useful, honest information about intimacy, relationships and all things sexual.

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Professional Therapy Never Includes Sex

Sex therapy never requires the removal of clothing or touching between therapist and client. Provocative subject material may be discussed; and intimate topics may be explored, but professional therapy never includes any sexual contact.

Pelvic Pain – Gameover?

Imagine not being able to have sex. Seriously. Imagine. Every time you attempt intercourse—searing, burning, ripping pain shoots through your pelvis. Sometimes you bleed. Sometimes it hurts to pee for a week after sex. Your partner’s erect penis is perceived as the...

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The Truth About Female Orgasm

Okay, so here’s the truth about female orgasm. We live in an orgasm-focused society. Orgasm is perceived as the proverbial icing on the already tasty sexual cake. Despite our misguided notion that orgasm is the primary ‘reason’ to have sex, when it comes to women, it is no sure thing. Read on to learn about the 5 most common barriers.

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Common Barriers to Sexual Desire

Why do so many people lose their ‘mojo?’ Low libido is one of the most common complaints in my sex therapy practice. Desire is the initial phase of sexual response, followed by arousal, orgasm, and satisfaction. It is the most complex and fragile phase of sexual response (especially for women).

When working with clients, I divide desire into three separate and discrete components—biological, social, and psychological. At different stages of life, these components compete with each other, often creating conflict. People are often shocked when they discover just how fragile sexual desire really is!

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4 Reasons Why Guys in Their 20’s Can’t ‘Get It Up’

When I started my career as a sex therapist in the early 1990’s, erectile dysfunction was an ‘older man’s’ concern. Now, I treat men in their 20’s who can’t get an erection. While the more mature crowd has new-found confidence thanks to Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis, it’s the younger guys who are struggling to perform. What’s going on? Why can’t young men ‘keep it up?’

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