Do You Need Professional Help? – You and your partner have been thinking about going to a sex therapist. Yes, it’s actually gotten that bad. You’re not alone and there are many couples that need therapy. Here were going to dispel a few myths about sex therapy and tell you what to expect. Seeing a therapist about your sexual problems is not as far fetched as some may believe. Most people have no idea what a sex therapist is. Quitea few of you are going to be shocked to find out what exactly this therapy entails.
It’s About Talking – The first thing that needs to be cleared up is, you will not be having sex in front of the therapist. It should also be noted that the therapist won’t be joining you for a threesome. For whatever reason, quite a few guys think that they’ll have sex in front of the therapist and they may actually join in on the fun. That’s not how sex therapy works and you should run out of the room if a therapist suggests anything of that nature. So, what exactly should you expect while visiting a sex therapist? You should expect to talk about your sexual problems. Yes, you’re going to have to talk about your feelings. That’s what this all boils down to. You’re not getting any and you’ll have to talk about your feelings to get some. How does that sound to you? If it sounds good, then you’ve probably been masturbating quite a bit lately. If that’s the case, sex therapy is without a doubt a good idea for you. Unless you feel like pleasuring yourself for a much longer time.
Talking To Heal – The general public is aware of talk therapy and have at least some grasp of its value. A sex therapist offers a very similar service. The difference is, everything you talk about will be of a sexual nature. Too many times people discount the value therapy in any form has to offer. If you value your relationship, you shouldn’t immediately say no to the idea of going to a sex therapist. A visit or two may help you in ways that is difficult to understand now. Keep in mind that no one can force you to go to future visits. If you feel uncomfortable, or that the sessions are not providing ample improvements in your sex life, then simply stop going. Otherwise, continue to work on improving your relationship and hopefully you’ll benefit with some action in the sack.Tags: counseling, relationships, sex therapy, therapy