The Intimacy Institute Offers a No-Nonsense Approach For Couples Trying to Find Sexual Satisfaction
Sex isn’t a topic many people want to talk about honestly, especially if things aren’t entirely satisfying in their own bedrooms.
The Short Version: Sex isn’t a topic many people want to talk about honestly, especially if things aren’t entirely satisfying in their own bedrooms. Sexual issues can be a significant source of pain and sadness, and those who suffer often don’t know where to turn for solutions. The Intimacy Institute in Boulder, Colorado, aims to help those who aren’t finding freedom and sexual satisfaction in their relationships. Dr. Jenni Skyler and her team prove that it is possible for couples and individuals to overcome blocks in the bedroom and find meaningful connections, love, and fabulous sex that lasts.
According to a study published in Psychology Today, sex is on our minds quite often. The study found that men thought about sex an average of 34.2 times a day, while women thought about sex an average of 18.6 times a day. So, nearly once an hour, the idea of sex pops up in our brains.
But some people think about sex even more — especially when there’s a problem in the bedroom. Sexual issues are quite common in relationships, although the entertainment industry mostly depicts sexual relationships as ecstasy in the bedroom between responsive and understanding lovers who deliver excitement on command.