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Share Expert Advice on Sexual Health and Relationships with your Audience

“Sex is something you do, sexuality is something you are.”-Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund Freud and child psychology pioneer

Sexual health remains one of the most misunderstood and least discussed aspects of our overall health. A topic that many feel hesitant to discuss even with their doctors, sexuality remains a mystery to many of us throughout our life. Loveologist Wendy Strgar has a deep understanding of the connection between sexual health and our overall wellbeing.

Bring Wendy onto your show for an unforgettable conversation that will inform and inspire your listeners! Her main talking points include:

a. Creating a Sex Life that Nourishes both Partners

The issues of initiation and matching sexual appetites are a challenge for many couples.  Creating a sex life that nourishes both partners’ needs can seem overwhelming. Wendy offers excellent guidance on forging a working compromise that inspires both partners.

b. Ecology of Love – Making Love Sustainable

This is a green philosophy that Wendy developed that emphasizes the importance of valuing the renewable resources of love and family.

c. Finding Natural Solutions to Common Sexual Dysfunction Issues

32M women and 22M men in the US ages 30 – 65 suffer from some level of sexual dysfunction. This includes vaginal dryness, lack of arousal/low libido and pain during physical intimacy. Wendy can tell you how to treat these issues with natural solutions.

d. Importance of Healthy Ingredients in Intimacy Products

95% of intimacy products are petrochemical based and contain parabens. These ingredients can cause reactions such as itching and burning and can exacerbate existing dysfunction issues. Wendy can share with your audience which ingredients should be avoided and why.

e. Maintaining Healthy Intimacy

A foundation of trust and communication builds and sustains healthy relationships. Wendy can share insights into effective techniques for building and cultivating physical and emotional intimacy.

f. Physical Health Benefits of an Active Sex Life

Hundreds of major medical studies have shown that an active sex has many benefits including: a longer life, better heart health, a healthier immune response, a reduction in chronic pain symptoms and lower rates of depression. Wendy can share these insights.

g. Psychological Benefits of an Active Sex Life

Sexual wellness happens in the context of giving and receiving pleasure. It enhances your self-esteem and self-respect. Wendy can offer helpful techniques for opening our lives to the experience of pleasure to create a satisfying sexual life.