So many of us have wondered, am I normal? Am I ok? Is it wrong to want the things I do? Add to that doubt, the idea of exposing yourself to a person from whom you need love and acceptance—communicating honestly can be terrifying. Today Nina talks about how to begin the process of opening up with your partner and how to create a safe place for you and your partner to share and communicate your sexual desires.
Editor's Note: As Nina mentioned, people who have non-traditional relationships and specific issues with sexual desires and sexuality can find it challenging to find a mental-health professional who can understand these desires or respect them. The NCSF maintains a list of Kink Aware Professionals which can serve as a resource for finding a therapist who will be non-judgmental.
Got something you want to ask Nina? (Of course you do.) Drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Now, while can’t promise that every question received will get a personal response, however, those that do will be answered frankly, entertainingly, enlighteningly and, if we know Nina, in the spirit of happy, healthy sex and a satisfied libido.
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