Intimacy. It means so many different things to different people. Some people say “intimacy” when they mean “sex” or “sexual intercourse.” In reality, intimacy is so much more than “just sex.” Intimacy involves knowing and being known. It means knowing someone so well, being so attuned, that at times, words become superfluous.
The burgeoning field of neuroscience now tells us that when people are intimately connected – emotionally, mentally, spiritually and sexually – their brains release neurochemicals that are essential for emotional and physical health and well-being. Don’t settle for a life of “scratch an itch sex”– aspire to create a relationship that is fully alive and deliciously intimate for you and your partner. To learn more about sex disorders, click on the links below:
- Pelvic pain & painful intercourse
- Sex & Cancer
- Low Desire
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Premature Ejaculation
- Inhibited Ejaculation
- Involuntary Celibacy
- Porn & Sex Addiction
Dr. Sara and urologist Stephen Shaban, MD, were featured on WCHL’sÓ (97.9 FM) Your Health radio program talking about sex, therapy and marriage. To listen to the podcast, click HERE.
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