If you’re like me, the everyday stress of this pandemic has had an impact on your relationships. There’s just no way around it. You’re living with your loved ones 24/7, without the distraction of travel or even date nights, and combined with the general anxiety around the virus... let’s face it – COVID has taken its toll on your love life. On this week’s show, I face this issue head on with an expert who is uniquely qualified to shine the light on relationship struggles and how to heal them: Dr. Laura Berman.
Dr. Laura is a pioneer in the field of women’s sexual health. I’ve been following her career for decades. Her work on helping couples increase intimacy through better connection and communication is so important, now more than ever.
Repairing a troubled relationship or just reigniting the sparks of romance can seem like a lot of work, but Dr. Laura breaks it down for us. In this show you’ll learn...
The three simple steps you can take right now to create more connection with your partner.
The number one reason most men experience loss of libido.
The role trauma plays in sexual intimacy, and how to overcome it.
How to have easy, open and loving conversations about what you need and want in the bedroom.
You’re probably looking for the same things in a relationship as everyone else: To feel seen and heard. To know that you’re appreciated, even for the small things you do. To be cherished. If you’re happy but not “happy enough” or if you find yourself in “survival” mode in this pandemic, this is the show for you. No matter what state your relationship is in, I know for sure it can be better. You are meant to be deliriously happy, and you can get there, with a little bit of help from your Girlfriend Community.
After you listen to the show, head over to the Girlfriend Doctor Club, where we keep the conversation going with Dr. Laura in an exlusive and uncensored chat about sex toys – how to pleasure yourself and your partner. A must-see-and-hear discussion, I promise you.
Until next time Girlfriend, let me leave you with this pearl of wisdom: sexual satisfaction is all about a sense of emotional connection. That’s especially true for women. Connection, communication, intimacy – this is where we’re at our most vulnerable, but it’s also where we need to be our truest selves.