Sep
18

How Early Sexual Influences Affect Relationships – Sex after Divorce, Part 2

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In the second episode of Sex after Divorce – Reconnecting with our Sexual Selves, sex therapist, Juliana Neiman, explains how our “sexual script” may have played a role in past unhealthy sexual relationships.

In this program, you’ll learn how what you were told, taught or experienced early on in your life defined your “sexual script,” or, said another way, your feelings toward sex.

Were you raised to think of sex as something you don’t talk about, or something that is natural and healthy?  Did your parents discuss sex with you, or were they the type to not mention it at all?  Did religion play a role in making you feel sex was wrong?  Was your first sexual experience a good or bad one?

All these situations early in life define our sexual scripts, and sometimes, these beliefs and feelings are quite negative and prevent us from living a healthy sexual life.

In this ten-part series, Juliana will talk about sex and help us understand our sexuality in the context of dealing with the emotional turmoil and aftermath of divorce.  Her insights will help us to understand how we can change and improve our sexual lives for healthier relationships.

For more on Juliana Neiman visit: www.JulianaNeiman.com.

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