Vanessa Marin joins Dr. Deb on Episode #15 of Let’s Talk Wellness Now for a conversation all about sexuality and the healthy approach to a flourishing sex live. Vanessa stresses the importance of accepting your sex life as something that needs to be cultivated, maintained and worked at.
I like to say that sex is the most natural, unnatural act! The act of sex is totally natural, and human, and normal, but creating a sex life that feels very passionate, and active, and satisfying – takes a lot of effort.
Dr. Deb and Vanessa discuss practical, effective ways that you can grow and develop your sex life. They speak on value of being in-tune with your body, and the critical nature of being open and comfortable communicating with their partner.
Learning how to orgasm is a skill. And like any other skill in our lives, it takes time, and effort, and practice to learn.
Listen in as they talk about ways couples can rekindle lost passion, improve sexual communication, learn new techniques to spice up their bedrooms, and add tools to their sexual tool belts!
Vanessa Marin’s Bio:
Vanessa Marin is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in sex therapy. She’s here to help you stop feeling embarrassed about sex and start having way more fun in the bedroom.
She has Bachelor’s degrees in Human Sexuality and Sociology from Brown University, and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. She writes for The New York Times, Allure, and Lifehacker, and has been featured over 1,000 times in major publications like O, The Oprah Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Refinery29, and Real Simple.
Vanessa specializes in online programs that help you transform your sex life from ordinary to extraordinary, all from the comfort and privacy of your own home. Through courses like The Passion Project: A Couples’ Blueprint To Rediscovering Desire And Reigniting The Spark and Finishing School: Learn How To Orgasm, she finds immense joy in spreading the message that we all deserve more from our sex lives.
Connect With Vanessa:
Vanessa Marin | VM Therapy – https://vmtherapy.com/about-vanessa-marin/