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Welcome to episode 07 of the Sexology Podcast, today my guest is Dr. Stacy. In this episode, she speaks to me about how she became involved in the work of sexual inhibition, the issues around boredom and losing interest in sex and the importance of communication.

Dr. Stacy got into the field of Clinical Sexology because of her passion for helping people better connect and experience the best sexual intimacy with themselves or with their partner(s). She holds a Doctorate degree in Human Sexuality in addition to a Masters in Clinical Sexology and is a Certified Sex Coach. She is a member of WASC (World Association of Sex Coaching), including ACS (The American College of Sexologists) which shows that she has the earned top credentials in my field. She also has a BA in Psychology and is a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Vascular Sonographer.

She has been a consultant selling adult novelties since 2006 and has had the experience of reaching many men and women to educate them in a fun, positive approach to love, romance and all aspects of sexuality. Her education and own sexual journey and life experience enable her to help you move forward in a positive direction to face the challenges that may lie ahead and to achieve your goals. Coaching is designed to help women, men, of any sexual orientation or gender, address their concerns about sexuality, sexual function, and sexual expression.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • How Dr. Stacey became involved in the work of sexual inhibition
  • The definition of sex inhibition
  • Boredom and the issue of losing interest in sex
  • The factors that lead to people developing sex inhibition
  • How there is two kinds of inhibitive sex, primary and secondary
  • Recommendations for women to overcome negative emotions
  • Losing and re-kindling sexual desire in long-term relationships
  • The importance of foreplay
  • Navigating different levels of desire in a relationship
  • How education through pornography can make things worse
  • Gender differences around the issue of inhibition
  • Communicating with your partner openly and positively about these issues






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