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EP76 - How to Ask For What You Want in Bed!: Welcome to episode 76 of the Sexology Podcast. Our guest today is Rebecca Wong, LCSW-R. Rebecca talks to us about why it is difficult to talk about sex with our partners, the need to spend time with our bodies...

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Welcome to episode 76 of the Sexology Podcast. Our guest today is Rebecca Wong, LCSW-R. Rebecca talks to us about why it is difficult to talk about sex with our partners, the need to spend time with our bodies and discover what feels good and how anxiety can affect performance in the bedroom.     Rebecca is a relationship therapist and consultant. She’s also the creator of Connectfulness, a research-based practice that encourages you to explore and embrace every aspect of your humanity – including everything that’s marvellous and all that’s messy.    Rebecca takes you on a deep dive into that middle place between the personal and the professional, between the places you explore in therapy and the work you do in coaching.     When you explore this fertile in-between space, you can make great things happen. When you truly see yourself, you create the ripple that allow you to be the change you wish to see in the world – and that invites everyone around you to do the same.    In this episode, you will hear:     Why it is difficult to talk about sex with our partners  The difficulty of escaping the narrow view of what is “normal” within sexuality   The need to spend time with our bodies and discover what feels good   Guidance points for talking about these issues with our partners   Learning to be supportive whilst being true to yourself   The power dynamics that exist within couples   How anxiety can affect performance in the bedroom   The dynamics of masculine and feminine energy     Resources  https://connectfulness.com  https://www.omgyes.com  https://www.facebook.com/oasis2care   https://www.instagram.com/oasis2care   https://twitter.com/oasis2care   

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