By Roger Libby|2021-09-06T19:29:34+00:00June 9th, 2021|Categories: Sex Therapy|Comments Off on Retarded, Delayed or Nonexistent Ejaculation?
Men who do not ejaculate when they want, or who do not ejaculate at all used to be referred to as retarded ejaculators—hardly a gentle or an accurate term! Now they are called delayed ejaculators, but some do not ejaculate at all.
The opposite of premature ejaculation, men who last too long, or who cannot ejaculate are often frustrated, and their lovers sometimes are equally frustrated. Some women take it personally—thinking that they are not sexy enough for the man to ejaculate.
By Roger Libby|2021-05-25T17:16:34+00:00May 4th, 2021|Categories: Sex Therapy|Comments Off on Whatever Happened to Sex as a Positive Experience?
Our media and education systems rarely find anything positive to say about sex. They insist on emphasizing the dangers of sex with little to no recognition of sex as a pleasure without constant worry and obsession with sex as a problem.
By Roger Libby|2021-03-30T20:05:37+00:00March 10th, 2021|Categories: Sex Therapy|Comments Off on How Do Sex Therapists Solve Problems?
Sex therapists are not sex coaches, although therapists often coach people as well as diagnose and treat their problem. Unlike certified therapists, coaches are not licensed, and they are not trained to deal effectively with mental and physical issues.
By Roger Libby|2021-03-31T21:43:13+00:00December 1st, 2020|Categories: Sex Therapy|Comments Off on Sexual Connects and Disconnects—What is Healthy
Every sexual encounter involves some emotional connection. Casual sex is an emotional connection which may lead to more involvement. Long-term lovers can go through emotional and sexual connects and disconnects. Pigeonholing the meaning of sex into neat categories does not help lovers understand how sex works or does not work in their relationships.
By Roger Libby|2021-03-31T21:49:54+00:00August 31st, 2020|Categories: Sex Therapy|Comments Off on If You Have a Sexual Problem, Who Is Qualified to Help?
I get many calls and emails from couples and individuals with sexual problems. Some have already gone to a “sex coach” or a “sex therapist” without real certifications and actual experience. Others have worked with a marriage or couples’ counselor, or a counselor who does not specialize in solving sexual dilemmas.