This is a great time for couples to reconnect with their sexuality and intimacy, but just because there’s more time to bond, doesn’t mean people actually have the desire to.
When people don’t feel safe, their sexual desire tanks, and people feel afraid because of what’s going on in the world. Getting the drive back requires an understanding of what drives sex and intimacy, and the great news is we can use this time to enhance it.
The key is creating bonding, safety and connection.
How can couples feel closer in this time, and how does it raise our vibration and love connection?
What can we do to find serenity and peace right now?
What tools can men and women use to improve their sexual function?
In this episode, I’m joined by Trusted Intimacy Wellness Advisor and Sexual Vitality Expert, Susan Bratton.
We have an incredible conversation about what we can do in this time to enhance our sexual health. We talk about the times we’re living in, what they mean and how we can build towards something better.
There are 4 types of touch, and just focusing on sexual touch will backfire. Nurturing touch, healing touch, sensual touch are what generate desire. -Susan Bratton
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Why this is a time of reinvention, recreation and opportunity The first step is assuaging physical danger and keeping our bodies safe, and keeping our mind in good spirits. Once our physical and mental health is under control, we can focus on finding the opportunities, reinventing ourselves and finding peace and serenity.
- What couples can do to enhance their intimacy and sex lives Being together and focusing on our closeness also helps to reduce anxiety and worry, and to feel better and emotionally safer in these often scary times. The closeness and intimacy will in turn boost our sex lives even more. The key is to stop worrying about having sex and start calming each other down – this is what will lead to more sex.
- How to improve the strength of your erections with the “New Viagra Salad Dressing” Stop eating fried foods and bottled salad dressing, and opt for healthy fats. Create a salad dressing that will enhance your sexual function. 1 cup of avocado oil, a quarter cup of vinegar and Dijon mustard. Also add a daily multivitamin mineral complex to your supplements and eat dark chocolate.
Guest Bio- Susan Bratton is a keynote speaker, author, digital marketing expert, CEO of Personal Life Media and a Trusted Intimacy Wellness and Sexual Vitality Advisor.
She is a champion and advocate for all who desire passionate relationships.
Considered the “Dear Abby of Sex,” Susan’s fresh approach and original ideas have helped millions of people of all ages and across the gender spectrum transform sex into passion.