Unless we’re talking about role-playing in the bedroom or cards, videos & board games – playing games doesn’t belong in sex, relationships or dating (even in the early stages). If you’re looking to have a happy, healthy relationship, keep reading. Over the last... read more
Detox! Something generally associated with eliminating toxins from your body so you’re healthier and feel better. But have you ever considered detoxing your relationship or your emotions after a breakup? Relationship problems, past or present, leave traces of toxins... read more
According to the legendary Patch Adams, only 3% (approximately) of people love themselves and consider happiness to be a core value. (That statistic came from a recent workshop I attended hosted by a woman who studied under Dr. Adams.) How sad. Yet almost every single... read more
Do you ever catch yourself judging how your partner (or anyone else) does or says things differently than you? This happened to me recently and I want to share what occurred along with how self-acceptance leads to feeling more accepted by others. We are all different... read more
Ultimately the reason most people have sex (outside of procreation) is because they want to feel good. Some want to feel good physically, some want to feel more connection. But sex and relationships are complex and often our reasons for wanting to have sex can affect... read more
Dr. Gayle Friend is a respected sexologist, educator, coach and speaker. She loves working with clients to help them live their lives with deeper connection so they feel joyful and vibrant in life and love.
“Your definition of ‘hot sex’ is as individual and unique as you are.”