Sex and sexuality are such charged aspects in our culture. Fear, confusion and shame permeate our identities as sexual beings and strongly influence how we relate to ourselves and intimate others. It is hard to avoid the mixed messages and double-standards that are infused through popular culture and media. Yet sexuality and eroticism are intrinsically connected to our life force - our bodies were built for pleasure and it is our birthright as mammals. Even if you're choosing not to be in a sexual relationship with another person, how you relate to your own sexual nature relates directly to your psychological and emotional wellbeing. If you're struggling to accept your sexuality or your choices or you're confused or stuck, counseling or therapy can be helpful. Whether your challenges are practical, emotional or psychological, I offer myself as a compassionate and gentle guide who is comfortable exploring whatever is in the way of you being your most vital self.


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