Nova Scotia’s Leader in Couple Sexual Health Research
Let’s talk about stress, baby: Joint problem-solving and sexual distress across the transition to parenthood
It isn’t all talk: Couple therapy results in more improvements for women who have pain during sex relative to a common medical treatment
Believe it or not, the key to keeping sex exciting and satisfying in long term relationships may be communication! We know that sexual communication (e.g., couples having a conversation about their sexual preferences at a time when they are not engaging in sexual activity) is beneficial for the relationship and sexual well-being of couples . But what about the potential benefits of communication during sex? Sexual talk refers to the communication that occurs between partners exclusively during sexual activity and that is about the sexual interaction itself (i.e., expressing to one’s partner the pleasure they feel while engaging in a sexual act) . Yet, sexual talk has largely been kept under the covers一until now!
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