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Troubleshooting Orgasm Problems (Part Two)

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Recently, I wrote about troubleshooting orgasm problems, and described one strategy for improving orgasmic response by increasing arousal. Today, I’m describing another strategy, which you can use in combination with the increasing arousal: improving the ability to sustain arousal. Orgasm is a reflex response to a sustained high level of arousal. “Sustained” is the key […]

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Why Is Sexual Shame So Personal?

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At the beginning of this year, I asked my readers to ask me all their questions about sexual shame.  I was very surprised by the responses. Therapists usually ask me questions about their clients; this time it was different. Most of the questions that came my way were personal.  This tells me two things. First […]

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Troubleshooting Orgasm Problems (Part One)

X-ray of chest, showing ribs and heart

Orgasm is a reflex response to a sustained high level of arousal. Many different kinds of stimulation can lead to orgasm; whether you’re talking about an orgasm from direct stimulation of erectile tissue, or a “g-spot orgasm,” or a “braingasm,” that definition binds them all together. That means that you have two strategies you might […]

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