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Infidelity in Marriage

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Dealing with sexual infidelity on Divorce Source RadioOn this episode of Sex After Divorce with Juliana Neiman, we discuss sexual indiscretions.

Infidelity happens in relationships for many different reasons.  Some feel they aren’t receiving the attention they deserve from their partner, and seek a sexual or emotional relationship elsewhere.  For others, it may be something that happened out of the blue, and afterwards, left them feeling guilty and ashamed.

Some marriages head towards divorce after a partner who has had an indiscretion told their partner of their affair.  The question is, if you are in a relationship and had an affair, realized it was a mistake, and vow to never do it again, should you tell your partner?  You might be surprised with Juliana’s answer.  We take a look at the cause and effect of infidelity in marriage and offer advice on preventing affairs.

Also discussed in the program:

  • Open relationships
  • Is an emotional affair more damaging than a sexual affair?
  • How to prevent an affair by being aware
  • And much more.

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Intimacy and Trust after Divorce

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Rebuild you life after divorce on Divorce Source RadioIn this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman our topic is Intimacy & Trust.

Juliana helps us understand the true meaning of intimacy.  Intimacy is emotional, spiritual and physical at the same time. By showing trust in our partner, we open ourselves to a more intimate relationship.

Building trust is one of the most important aspects of any relationship, especially romantic or intimate relationships. But as important as trust is to the healthy functioning of these relationships, too many people just go through the motions, roll the dice and hope that trust emerges. If you want real trust in your relationship you simply have to work at building it. But how do you go about doing this?

Also discussed:
Should you share your past with a new love interest?
Should you share your past sexual experiences?

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Emotional and Sexual Building Blocks – Pt. 3

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Rebuild you life after divorce on Divorce Source RadioSex therapist, Juliana Neiman, returns for the third and final segment of Emotional and Sexual Building Blocks on Sex after Divorce on Divorce Source Radio.

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Juliana speaks to the importance of rebuilding self-esteem after divorce and explains that we should feel deserving of love.  Clearly the most widely-used approach to divorce recovery, the “rebuilding” model makes the process healthier and less traumatic for those who are divorcing or divorced — and their children.

Juliana provides some time tested principles written about in Dr. Bruce Fisher’s book, Rebuilding when Your Relationship Ends.  Over two decades of research and practice are combined with feedback from hundreds of thousands of men and women who have used the book on their own or in one of thousands of Fisher divorce recovery seminars worldwide.  Juliana believes this book and understanding your building blocks, can transform your life for the better.

Topics in this final segment include:

  • Self worthiness
  • Trusting your partner with love & sex
  • Respect
  • Openness with your partner
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Emotional & Sexual Building Blocks

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Rebuild you life after divorce on Divorce Source RadioSex Therapist, Juliana Neiman continues her “Building Blocks” series.

Divorce Source RadioLearning to reclaim  sexuality and self esteem strengthens  emotional growth . Today we deal with Guilt Rejection, Grief and Anger  and we explore who it may be worse for, the leavor or the  leavee?   Juliana helps us understand what each person might be feeling after divorce.

Topics in this program include:

  • Stopping negative mental noise
  • How negative mind chatter destroys sexual arousal
  • The process of moving forward after divorce
  • Getting in touch with your feelings and realizing that you did the best you could at the time, during your past relationship
  • Past rejection doesn’t mean you are a failure
  • Rebuilding your self esteem and getting over rejection

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How to Rebuild After Divorce

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Rebuild you life after divorce on Divorce Source RadioOn this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman, the topic is How to Rebuild After Divorce.

For many, divorce hits with the force of a tsunami.  You exit the process broken and feeling less than.   After taking time to heal, it’s time to get back up, dust yourself off and begin the process of rebuilding your new life.

Juliana Neiman takes us through the building blocks necessary to rebuilding our life and relationships.  When your self esteem becomes bruised, you don’t feel sexual.  It takes some longer to get over a relationship than others.

Follow the building blocks mentioned in this program will help you move forward with more confidence in future relationships.  For more on Juliana Neiman, visit:

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The Emotional Fear of Becoming Involved Again

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Fear of relationships, divorceMany times, a person may fear becoming involved in a new relationship after divorce.  In this episode of Sex after Divorce, sex therapist Juliana Neiman helps us understand the healing process after being emotionally wounded in a past relationship.

Fear of Intimacy, divorceJuliana speaks to the importance of facing your fears and discussing them with your new person of interest. If you’re a woman fearing commitment, know that you’re not alone. According to the State of Our Union, National Marriage Project, approximately 30 million women in the United States alone are single.  Not surprisingly, men experience the same fears as women.

You may have been married to a jerk, but that doesn’t mean your new boyfriend or girlfriend has to be. Learn to spot the qualities you don’t want in a new partner, to reduce the risk of marrying the same type of person you just divorced or broke up with. Understand the fear of becoming involved again and learn to trust again.

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Obstacles to a Healthy Sex Life

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Have you experienced obstacles that prevent you from having a healthy sex life? Has anything every stood in the way of having a healthy, sexual relationship with your partner? In this episode of Sex after Divorce with Sex Therapist, Juliana Neiman, we learn how to create better future sexual relationships.

Topics discussed in the program:

  • Dealing with past regrets
  • Learning to express anger in healthier ways than drinking, eating, etc.
  • Entering into future relationships with realistic expectations
  • Visual your life in a positive way now as a failure

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Dealing with Emotional and Sexual Obstacles after Divorce

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Getting over divorce and the emotional feelings that go along with it isn’t easy.  In this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman, we take a look at emotional obstacles that might prevent us from moving forward into healthy sexual relationships.

Some may enter into a new relationship only to find themselves still harboring feelings of low self-esteem and fear that their new relationship will go the same path as their last one.  By confronting our emotional issues up front and gaining a better understanding of ourselves, our fears and negative feelings fade away.

Juliana also addresses sexual emotions and fears that cause some people to feel insecure about becoming sexually involved with a new partner, and we discuss how to feel more comfortable with our own sexuality.

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In this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman, our topic is  How Sexuality Changes with Age and Better Sexual Communications.

In most cases of divorce, there had been a breakdown in how partners communicate their sexual needs leaving them frustrated and unfulfilled.  This program helps us understand how sexuality changes with age.  Communicating your sexual needs to your new partner is a way to reignite your sexuality regardless of your age.

Topics in the program include:

  • How divorce can affect your sexual self esteem
  • How to provide feedback to your partner
  • Sexual questionnaire with questions to ask yourself
  • And much more.

Also discussed in the program are three books recommended by Juliana which are available from our Recommended Reading tab.  The books are: Secrets of the Sexually Satisfied Woman: Ten Keys to Unlocking Ultimate Pleasure by Dr. Laura Berman, From Age-ing to Sage-ing: A Profound New Vision of Growing Older by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi and Sensual Sex: Awakening Your Senses and Deepening the Passion in Your Relationship by Beverly Engle.

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Making The Most of Valentine’s Day after Divorce

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Valentine’s Day can be difficult for anyone going through separation or divorce,  even for people who have been apart for years but haven’t fully let go of their past relationship.

Juliana Neiman shares how Valentine’s Day can be a holiday filled with opportunity rather than one filled with grief in this episode of Sex after Divorce.  Valentine’s Day can provide an opportunity for growth and reflection, it can also be a time to pamper and love yourself more.

Topics in the program include:

  • Finding friends or family to spend time with
  • Volunteering as a means of getting outside yourself and sharing love with others
  • Giving yourself the gift of acceptance
  • Ways to pamper yourself on Valentine’s Day
  • Learning to feel comfortable about being alone
  • And much more.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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