Event: Sex and Infertility
Wed, July 27, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT

How to Not Wreck Your Sex Life While Trying to Get Pregnant

Infertility can wreak havoc in couples sex lives. Mechanical sex, invasive and painful fertility treatments, feelings of failure and resentment can quickly snowball draining a couple of any feeling of sexual connection. Because of this, sexual dysfunction is actually all too common after infertility treatment...but no one ever talks about it.

Join me to learn how to "infertility-proof" your sex life before problems start. Know what to anticipate and how you can try to have a baby without losing yourself or your partner in the process.

In this discussion, you will learn:

  1. The most common sexual problems couples face after infertility treatments
  2. How infertility is a couple's issue, not an individual one, and how a couple's-based mindset is essential
  3. Why it is important to still prioritize pleasure and intimacy
  4. How to maintain an erotic connection while working hard to conceive
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Wed, Aug 31, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT

The Pleasure Antidote: How Pleasure Can Help You Break Out of the Cycle of Sexual Pain

​Pain with sex is all too common for women. The cause of pain can be hard to diagnose and finding effective treatments can be hard.

​But you don't have to be stuck with sexual pain forever.

​In this free event, you will learn:

  1. How sexual pain is perpetuated by the chronic pain cycle
  2. How to use pleasure to break out of the cycle of sexual pain
  3. How pleasure is more than just orgasms and ways you can let more pleasure in
Wed, Sept 28, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT

Coming (too) Soon: How to Slow Sex Down for More Pleasure

Though erectile dysfunction gets a lot of attention, coming too soon is still the #1 sexual problem for men. Though common, men usually suffer in silence and shame with premature ejaculation. But you can slow down orgasm and to enjoy more pleasure with your partner.

In this free event, you will learn:

  1. How orgasm and ejaculation work
  2. Strategies for relaxation and working with performance pressure
  3. How to stay connected with your partner and enjoy a wider range of sexual pleasure