A Lifetime of Sexual Health-Passion thru the years!###

Yes, it is a ‘fact of life’, that our Sex Drive changes as we age. Even though men & women can find their Sexual Desire or Sexual Response gradually shifting as they age, it is essential to avoid interpreting these shifts as a lack of sexual excitement or chemistry between you & your partner.
Rather, it is about accepting how ‘our bodies’ respond differently as we age.
For both men & women changes in Sexual Desire can start as early as in our 40′s.
A woman may notice a shift in her lubrication, which may take longer than when she was younger. It is important to utilize patience when making sex more comfortable. This is essential, as the vaginal walls thin with age & some women report their vaginas’ feel shorter or tighter creating more pain with penetration.
By adding lubricant and more stimulation will help her to
‘warm-up’ for more passion prior to intercourse.

A ‘warm-up’ period for men to create more passion as he ages is also essential. Many men report that it takes longer to achieve full physical arousal and even then his erection may not be as forceful as it once was.
Clear remedy: MORE STIMULATION is KEY!
The more a man receives stimulation directly with touch & with playful techniques, will help him keep his erection.
Explore your passion and foreplay together creating a joyful union.
Staying Sexually Active, either with a partner or self pleasure with masturbation, is KEY to feeling Sensual or Sexy as you age and good for your Sexual Health.
By staying open to one another Sexually, is saying YES to co-creating a passion-filled relationship for years to come-at every age!

Sex Therapy###

Sex therapy is the treatment of sexual dysfunction, such as non-consummation, premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, low libido, unwanted sexual fetishes, sexual addiction, painful sex or lack of sexual confidence, assisting people who are recovering from sexual assault, problems commonly caused by stress, tiredness and other environmental and relationship factors. Sex therapists assist those experiencing problems in overcoming them, in doing so possibly regaining an active sex life.

Definition courtesy of Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org

Michele Clarkson, MSW

Michele Clarkson, M.S.W.
Phone Number: 480-600-1518