Episode 14 – Interview with Sex Therapist, Dr. Megan Fleming, PhD

Dr. Megan Fleming, PhD joins Dr. Deb on Episode #14 of Let’s Talk Wellness Now to talk all things SEX! They discuss ways to break free from scripted, mechanical sex and create sex worth having!

Even a small tip is – just taking it out of the bedroom. There’s the couch, it could be the stairs, it could be the large kitchen area… to keep your sex life hot, it has to be a priority. And it being a priority – you have to carve out time!

Together, Dr. Deb & Dr. Fleming explore resources, tips and exercises that can help you navigate the land mines that lead to a stagnant, boring, mundane sex life. Dr. Fleming emphasizes the importance of owning your sexuality and staying connected to your femininity.

I think women should feel empowered to sort of own their sexuality… because I think it’s part of our life force, and our vitality. So I call it keeping your inner sexy pilot light on. That means doing some erotic reading, self exploration, masturbation… that idea of – how do you keep yourself simmering and connected to feeling feminine, and sensual, and sexual?

Listen in as they talk about making sex a priority, creating healthy sexual communication, taking sex out of the bedroom, role play, private emails and much more!

Dr. Megan Fleming, PhD Bio:

Dr. Megan Fleming, PhD is a nationally recognized certified Sex & Relationships Expert. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals and couples to discover what’s getting in their way and teaches them the skills and strategies to get the sex and relationships they want. Dr. Fleming is also a clinical instructor at the Weil Cornell Medical College.

She is known for her practical advice and easy to follow guidance. A media go to expert for all aspects of sex & relationships; she’s been featured on Anderson Cooper, Oprah Winfrey Network, MSNBC, Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, Maxim and The New York Times among others.

Links from Episode:

Dr. Megan Fleming, PhDhttps://greatlifegreatsex.com/

AASECT (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists) https://www.aasect.org/

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