“It can cause stress on a relationship when there is no space between work life and home,” Goerlich said. “When partners are together 24/7, it can lead to a blurring of the lines between career and relationship, and career disputes bleed into home life.”
"Stefani Goerlich explains in sex-therapist-speak, "Whereas heterosexuals are sexually attracted to people of the opposite sex, and homosexuals are attracted to folks of the same sex, asexuals are [sexually] attracted to nobody."
“If you prefer face-to-face positioning, a desk, table, or countertop can be handy,” recommends sex therapist, Stefani Goerlich. “Have the receiving partner place their booty on the edge of something and spread their legs. The penetrating partner can then stand between their legs and enter them with lots of opportunity for kissing.”
"If anal sex is new or has been uncomfortable for the recipient in the past, try reversing this...Once the penetrative partner has entered, they can remain still and allow their partner to be the one to move.”
When you start your morning by engaging in a simple self-care ritual, you set the tone for your entire day," says Stefani Goerlich, L.M.S.W. a sex therapist and social workout. "By beginning with self-care, you're sending a signal to your brain that says, 'I am a priority.'"
"Cuckolds are not aroused necessarily by the idea of their partner having sex with another man so much as they are by the messaging around that sexual encounter: that the other man is providing a degree of pleasure that they can not, that their partner desires the other man more, and that they are inferior to the two who are having sex,"
"The cornerstone of Jewish sexuality is Shalom Bayit ("peace within the home"). Jews view sex as a divine gift and a key element in cultivating, maintaining, and preserving the bond between partners. If the way one chooses to do this is through rough sex, or power exchange, or any other fetish, that's OK! As long as the intention behind the action is rooted in connection and mutual care."