SEXUAL QUIZ:

  • Do you want to feel more comfortable sexually?
  • Are you single and want to be pro-active to raise your sexual self-image?
  • Ever feel you just can’t ask for what you want sexually?
  • Do you struggle with initiating sexual activity with your partner?
  • When it comes to your sexual connection with your partner, do you often ask yourself, "Is this It?"
  • Are you successful in your career and other areas of your life and yet feel unfulfilled sexually?
  • Does your body-image effect your sexual expression?
  • Are you concerned about your sex drive?
  • Do you have difficulties with orgasm/erection/early ejaculation/delayed ejaculation?
  • Does having sex feel like another chore for you?
  • Is your love life in a rut?
  • Do you often have sex “just to get it over with?”
  • Do you ever experience pain with intercourse?
  • Do you often wish that sex was not part of your relationship?
  • Do you often feel too tired to have sex as for a very busy “to do” list?
  • Do you need professional guidance around issues such as gender identity, sexual orientation, or paraphilias?

If you answered yes to some of the questions above, you are not alone. There is a good chance that your problem is fairly common and there is also a good chance that it can be treated or alleviated.

Most people do not know where to turn when sexual problems creep up. Unlike medical concerns, sexual issues are not something most people feel comfortable discussing with friends and/or neighbours. Most people have no trouble sharing with one another about their lives (e.g. they share parenting difficulties) but find it almost impossible to talk - even to their best friend - about specific sexual difficulties. The result is that many men and women suffer silently whilst at the same time feeling sexual inadequate and abnormal.

Our sexual self-esteem is an integral part of who we are, how we see ourselves, and how we relate to others. In a nutshell, our sexual self-esteem plays a key role in how we see ourselves not only in the bedroom, but also how we feel about ourselves “out of the bedroom.” When a sexual dysfunction develops in either partner, ultimately it will affect both partners and this may cause a great deal of distress.