In every long-term relationship, there may come a time when the initial flames of passion begin to wane, leading to a rut in intimacy and sex.
This phase can be disheartening at first, but it's important to remember that it's a common experience that can be overcome with effort, understanding, and a willingness to reconnect.
Gender stereotypes can feel uncomfortable, and leave many people unhappy with the role they might feel expected to play in a relationship. As a result, authentic communication about desires and boundaries can become compromised, potentially hindering a healthy and satisfying sex life.
In this activity we’re going to write down some reflective questions that might be impacting our core beliefs about our body and appearance and reinforcing negative thought patterns. We’ll then spend some time re-framing and challenging them.
Gender dysphoria is a term used to describe the sense of disconnect that a person can feel between the body that they were born into, and the gender that they are. If someone’s body appears or behaves in a way that is not commonly in-step with their gender, they can experience gender dysphoria
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