Welcome to the Sexology Podcast with sex therapist Nazanin Moali. Today we will be talking about all things related to communication and how to express what you want in your sex life. One of the keys to experiencing great sex, improving sexual health and getting the most out of your sexual experiences is being able to give and receive sexual feedback. This can sometimes be difficult if you come from a shame background or really struggle talking about this.
In this episode, I am joined by Rebecca Wong. We will be having a conversation about creating meaningful deep connections and having authentic communication. Rebecca is a counselor and sexologist who specializes in sexual issues, divorce and parenting.
Learn how you can have difficult conversations when it comes to sexuality, the importance of exploring your own sexuality and how to support your partners while staying true to yourself in this episode of the Sexology Podcast.
- Difficult conversations when it comes to sexuality
- Why it’s difficult to discuss sex with partners
- Shame around desires
- Narrow views of ‘normal’
- Pleasure focus on males and lack of pleasure focus on females
- Complexity of female sexuality
- Sexual education
- Messages around masturbation
- Power of observation
- Supporting partners and staying true to yourself
- Create space and staying present
- Keeping the focus on I instead of pointing fingers
- Power struggles with couples
- Masculine and feminine energies
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist, sex therapist and sexologist in the Los Angeles area. She helps individuals and couples overcome sexual and relational issues, including how to communicate better in bed and when it comes to sexual desires. Dr. Moali hosts confidential consultations for clients and potential clients in her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices or via a secure video-counseling platform online.
About Rebecca Wong
Rebecca Wong is a relationship counselor in New Paul, New York. She lives with her husband, children and pets. In her practice, she works with adults and couples with sexual concerns and issues as well as divorce and parenting. Rebecca Wong is also a work shop leader for the TMI Project.
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