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Sex often becomes that taboo topic when having a dialogue in an open space among peers, signifcant others, and even family, yet we see and hear about it all over the media and through pop culture. But how do we have that dialogue without feeling ashamed. Sexual wellness allows you to be fluid and open of your sexuality and sexual experiences.
Join us on Sunday, September 22nd at 1pm (eastern standard time), as we discuss sexual wellness alongside our special guest, Kyle Phoenix. Please feel free to call (646) 915-9198 to take part in this exciting dialogue with your co-hosts and special guest.
Join Dr Tanya Jones M.D., Visionary Futurist, Intuitive, Family Physician and Sexual Health Expert and Suha Amer, refugee from Iraq, English teacher, and mother of three in a break through discussion on the challenges and many facets of Intimacy when you come from a different culture. www.tanyajonesmd.com We will shed light on how concepts of Intimacy and intimate relationships can transform as we are exposed to altern
We couldn't finish last week's session so definitely bringing up a part 2. Some say the intimacy and the emotions cannot be separated, others say as you become older, it can be. What say ye?
It is no doubt that sex is an intense experience involving strong emotions that often heighten feelings. So what happens if what you thought was casual sex begins to feel like something more? As sex is intimate and intense, naturally emotions surface, but they can also fade very quickly. Usually any longer-term emotions come from having sex multiple times with the same person.
Last week, we kept it at the college level to a degree but this time, it's about the grown folk!
Attracting sex is simple but does it complicate things?
Join our team: Host LaTonya Washington, Co-Host Tshombe Tshanti, Chat Room Moderator, Juacclyn Nikol with Docs on Hand, Dr. Monica and Dr. Ryeal Simms.
Join us tonight as we discuss ways to rebuild and rediscover your sexual desires and intimacy. Tonight we’re going to dive into this topic head first with suggestive solutions to retaining the kind of intimacy you once had. Or, we’ll help you by going a step further, by rediscovering a much healthier and spectacular sexual experience.
So tune into this erotic topic of the hour, as we discuss ways to filter through the fear and blockage that may cause you to be sexually limited. And we’ll be joined by our special guest, and America’s Intimacy Expert, Dr. Kat Smith. As always this is a show you don’t want to miss. So stay tuned for this erotic topic of the hour.
Also don't forget to find us on FB at: Erotic Talk Radio, or go to erotictalk.net and like the page. And you can find us on twitter @eroticpleasure.
INTIMACY (IN-TO-ME-SEE): Any transparency or vulnerability that deepens our connections to one another, in order to make meaning of our experiences, desires, and needs.We recognize that difficult conversations around who we are and our past experiences keep people from authentically engaging one another. But it is those difficult conversations that guides us to a place of wellness. Intimacy is key to cultivating and sustaining any healthy relationship. Join us this Sunday at 1pm as we explore further the difficulties of being intimate, along with tools that will help us open up our true selves and using intimacy to reaching our desirable outcome.
Join Dr Tanya Jones M.D., Visionary Futurist, Intuitive, Counseling psychologist,and Sexual HealthExpert www.tanyajonesmd.com and Wendy Cicchetti, Master Astrologist and co-author with husband, Mark Cicchetti of "
Finding intimacy and keeping it alive and an enlightening segment with special guest Barbara Saver on finding your spirit guides.
Intimacy is the heart’s one true desire but it so elusive. Why do we want to be enveloped in love and surrender? Is it possible that we are our own worst enemy when it comes to real intimacy? What can you do to draw it and keep it? Psychiatric Social Worker Octavia Carlos will assist our anonymous guest and callers in this quest.
Also on this week’s program, spiritual channel and teacher Barbara Saver will help us find our spirit guides and learn to recognize and listen that small, soft voice that is available to guide us on the journey. Barbara will take questions from the listening audience.
Barbara Saver’s segment will be followed by a short lesson on meditating.
On the Sidelines Sexual violence : saving our boys from sexual violence. On this weeks episode of truth talk we will be delaing with sexual violence against young boys. This taboo topic will investigated usingt eh expert experience of Dennis O'brien of the O’Brien Dennis Foundation which isa foundation to educate families in the five boroughs of New York City about male sexual abuse and male sexual violence. Our efforts will be to develop effective strategies that will empower male victims to seek help and to overcome the effects of both sexual violence and abuse. The O’Brien Dennis Foundation will also provide counseling and educational services to motivate young male victims to live more productive lives.
Please join us for very important conversation that is far to frequently swept under the rug. Call in at 646 915-9198 to get engaged. We lool forward to your partiicpation in helping the world not just be alive but to live...
"During a season of trust and peace, I found myself reaching out to touch my wife in a non-sexual way. We needed to rebuild a level of intimacy that was real and uninfected by the abuse she encountered as a child and later on even as an adult. Dr. Aaron Jamal. In this broadcast Drs. Aaron and Margaret Jamal will share some of their experiences as a married couple challenged by the resulting trauma from sexual abuse. They will be joined by other couples along with licensed therapist,
It is no doubt that sex is an intense experience involving strong emotions that often heighten feelings. So what happens if what you thought was casual sex begins to feel like something more? As sex is intimate and intense, naturally emotions surface, but they can also fade very quickly. Usually any longer-term emotions come from having sex multiple times with the same person. My questions then is geared towards college students. With so many college students having sex
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