Welcome to another episode of the Sexology Podcast. Today my guest is Renelle E. Nelson, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been providing therapy for over 10 years. She is also an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist. In this episode, we talk about an email I received from a woman who is worrying her husband might be gay. We also explore discovering your own body, fostering pleasure and how to better your sex life.
Renelle E. Nelson has been on the podcast previously discussing mismatched libido. She is extremely knowledgeable and provides outstanding, actionable steps and advice. We will be diving into what to do if you think your spouse might be gay, different aspects of situations in which you might think this is the case, communication in this situation and frustrations related to these topics.
- Learned behavior related to sex is wrong
- Communicating and having a productive sexual conversation
- Being stuck in your head
- What does gay mean?
- Different levels of attraction don’t necessarily change sexual orientation
- Low libido vs being gay
- Actionable steps
- Being self-aware and self-exploration
- Making everything a date night
Renelle E. Nelson, LMFT
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist and sex therapist in the Los Angeles area. She works with clients to improve relationships, personal sexuality and overall sexual health. Dr. Moali conducts confidential consultation sessions in two offices, her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices, or via a secure video-counseling platform online.
About Mrs. Renelle E. Nelson
At Kaleidoscope, Renelle’s passion and goal is to help people develop the skills to they need to work through the issues they are currently struggling with. Those issues may range from lack of desire, or pleasure to infidelity to lack of communication or inappropriate communication. Renelle wants each of her clients to know they don’t have to go through these struggles alone. She is here to help.
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