Let’s be honest, everyone is addicted to something. Coffee. Alcohol. Food. Smoking. Gambling. Work. Sex. Whether it be a behaviour or a substance, humans find it easy to become addicted to.
When you think of someone struggling with ‘sex addiction,’ you might imagine a man having constant sex, but sex addiction doesn’t just look the same for everyone. Sex addiction doesn’t only impact men; it can affect anyone, no matter their gender or sexuality. Men and women can be impacted by sex addiction in unique and different ways.
I came across this handy clip from YouTube and I thought it was really great.
It talks about the 5 signs you are seeing a 'BAD' therapist. This video is complements of Kati Morton. Kati is a family and licensed therapist.
Here are the 5 signs she talks about:
1.) You feel like you have to prove things because they act like they don't believe you.
2.) They don't remember anything you have said from previous sessions.
3.) They allow you to text, email, call, etc anytime you need....and they reply quickly.
4.) You just chat like friends, and don't really do any therapeutic work.
5.) They talk about themselves, A LOT! This is YOUR time, not theirs!
To find our more information then please visit Kati's video below, after all, who really wants a 'BAD' therapist.
It’s always so much fun when you start dating: you put yourself out there, you meet new people and you start to feel good about yourself. But sometimes it can be a little awkward and even daunting.
In every dating experience, there are lots of “firsts”. The first conversation about intimacy, the first night spent together and the first time you find out what each of you likes in bed. When it comes to communicating with your significant other about sex, it can put an extra amount of pressure on you.
Sex is a vital part of romance. When we feel insecure about our sex life,it can hold us back from enjoying the time with another person. It’s scary enough to start a conversation about sex and dating problems with someone we really like. It’s even worse when we feel like there is no one we can talk to about it because we are afraid to be judged by our friends and family. We also end up not saying anything to our partner yet the issue does not go away when we choose to stay silent about it.
Talking to a sex counsellor can help you with your dating life. Whether you are new to dating, started seeing another person after coming out of a long-term relationship or someone who has been dating for a while, sex counsellor is here to provide the support you need. They can answer any questions or concerns you have about sex and intimacy in a judgment-free environment. Sex counsellor is the best person to give a professional advice on how you can be happy in your personal relationships and have a fulfilling sexual experience with your partner.
Don’t worry, your privacy will be respected: seeing a professional counsellor means you are working with someone who you can both trust and who is bound by confidentially.