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THE EXPERTS; SEX THERAPISTS ON 20 SIMPLE, SATISFYING WAYS TO REVIVE YOUR LOST LIBIDO (THE GUARDIAN)

Most people will experience a loss of sexual desire at some point in their life, be it due to parenthood, a health condition, hormonal changes, grief or other reasons. But how can you overcome this? Sex therapists and educators share the secrets to getting your mojo back.

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COULD SELF-REFLECTION BOOST YOUR SEX DRIVE?  (WOMEN’S HEALTH)

Recent research, such as a study published in Scientific Reports, found that those who regularly use cognitive reappraisal skills – in other words, take time to interpret their feelings – around sex have heightened sexual desire and the effects were found to be particularly strong among women.

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HOW TO COPE WITH THE MENTAL HEALTH IMPACT OF WINTER IN A COST-OF-LIVING CRISIS (METRO)

‘One of the hardest things with mental health is when you feel you are struggling alone,’ says Miranda.

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13 TIPS TO HELP WITH START OF TERM SEPARATION ANXIETY

With many going back to school, uni and work after the summer, or perhaps starting somewhere new, some may be experiencing separation anxiety. While new beginnings or returning can be exciting, it can also be a time of anxiety or apprehension …….

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HOW SEXUAL WELLNESS BECAME A HOT TOPIC (THE TELEGRAPH)

Bloomingdales is the latest mainstream retailer to cater for ‘self-love’ – another sign that society’s attitude towards sex is changing. Forget yoga, meditation or wild swimming. The booming wellbeing trend of…

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THE BIGGEST ISSUE THAT COMES UP IN SEX THERAPY – AND HOW TO SORT IT (HUFFPOST)

Sexual desire might increase or decrease depending on how a person feels in themselves, how they feel towards their partner, or as a result of life events and changes, says Christophers.

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I HAVEN’T HAD SEX FOR OVER A YEAR – AND NOW I’M TERRIFIED OF BEING WITH SOMEONE AGAIN (THE TELEGRAPH)

Last Friday night, my friend Amy* and I were at a pub-garden table eating fish and chips. We hadn’t seen each other for over six months because of Covid-19 restrictions, and…

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UNDERSTANDING INFIDELITY

I am often asked why people are unfaithful, how it can be prevented or whether a relationship can recover from it. There are many assumptions around infidelity, but the reasons…

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