December 4, 2020
The world we live in is full of potentially stressful and anxiety-driven situations. It’s like we’re on the constant lookout for trouble, be it personal or professional. Add to that a global pandemic, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for disaster. Unfortunately, all this pressure seems to creep up on us even in places where we feel the safest — our bedrooms.
It’s not uncommon to hear stories about marriages and relationships breaking down due to a lack of quality sex. Both men and women tend to reflect their issues and insecurities onto their private life, leading to subpar intercourse. But is there a way to maintain your sexual health during all this mayhem? Well, there’s psychosexual therapy, and here’s how it works.
What is sex therapy?
Meant to help both individuals and couples with their private, medical, interpersonal, and psychological problems, sex therapy is a special form of psychotherapy. …